FHWA-NHI-135027 Urban Drainage Design (3-Day)
This course provides a detailed introduction to urban roadway drainage design. Design guidance for solving basic problems encountered in urban roadway drainage design is provided. The topics are hydrology including rational equation, soil conservation method, regression equations, and synthetic hydrographs; and highway drainage including gutter flow, roadway inlet interception, storm drain systems, energy and hydraulic grade lines, detention ponds, and stormwater management.
The 4-day course includes the basic 3-day course, plus presentation of the 1-day course FHWA-NHI-135028 Stormwater Pump Station Design.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- Determine runoff (peak flows and volumes) from urban watersheds
- Apply basic hydraulic principles to urban drainage design
- Perform roadway drainage designs using various roadway inlets
- Size and/or analyze storm drain conveyance systems
- Establish the energy and hydraulic grade lines for storm drains
- Design and/or analyze detention basins
Highway designers with limited experience in drainage design, but familiar with mathematical concepts such as algebra and geometry and have some working background in hydrology and hydraulics.
If you have questions about this NHI training, please contact NHI at email@example.com or 877.558.6873.
NHI-135093, Hydraulic Toolbox Web-based Training (WBT) is a prerequisite for Course 135027, Urban Drainage Design. Comprehension of many of the concepts covered in this WBT is important to successful completion of Course 135027.
Accommodations for Disabilities: UMTC endeavors to provide an inclusive learning environment for all. If you require special services or arrangements to fully participate in this workshop, please contact Stephanie Cottrell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-800-2655 at least 14 days prior to the event. Such services are provided free of charge.
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