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Design of Urban Water Management Structures
About this courseSkip About this course
Detention storage structures and storm sewer systems are used to store and transport rainfall-runoff through open ditched and underground pipes.
In this course, we will:
- Learn about spatial distribution of rainfall, perform statistical analysis, fit different distributions to the data, and calculate design rainfall.
- Learn to estimate runoff using the rational method and time of concentration, and use the SCS-CN method to determine the time distribution of runoff. Unit hydrograph theory and computation of storm hydrographs will be covered.
- Use regulations to design storm sewer systems using EPA-SWMM.
- Compute storage volumes for detention storage structures.
At a glance
- Language: English
- Video Transcript: English
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
- Determine design rainfall and calculate runoff using rational method, SCS curve number method and unit hydrograph theory.
- Calculate stormwater flows.
- Analyze and design storm sewer systems and detention storage volumes by rational method.
- Identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems.
- Week 1: Rainfall temporal and spatial variation, design rainfall and hydrologic risk
- Week 2: Runoff using Rational Method, storm sewer design
- Week 3: Detention storage design, SCS CN method
- Week 4: Hydrographs, SCS triangular and curvilinear unit hydrographs
- Week 5: Superposition, computing runoff hydrographs from unit hydrograph theory