By Stuart G. Walesh
The total consultant to handling the volume and caliber of city hurricane water runoff. specializes in the making plans and layout of amenities and structures to manage flooding, erosion, and non-point resource toxins. Explains the sensible software of the cutting-edge in innovations and techniques, in response to the author's approximately twenty years' city water assets engineering adventure within the private and non-private sectors--and the cutting-edge of city floor water administration is much sooner than the state-of-the-practice. This ebook covers all of the significant tools, and discusses different to be had, yet little-known, innovations, instruments, and strategies. Chapters hide the emergency and comfort approach thought, grasp making plans, machine modeling, multi-purpose flood control/water-quality enhancement/recreation amenities, and more.Content:
Chapter 1 basics of city floor Water administration (pages 1–51):
Chapter 2 The Hydrologic Cycle within the city setting (pages 53–75):
Chapter three thoughts for Hydrologic Analyses (pages 77–137):
Chapter four Floodplain Hydraulics (pages 139–166):
Chapter five Stormwater Facility Hydraulics (pages 167–201):
Chapter 6 Computation of common Annual financial Flood harm (pages 203–216):
Chapter 7 Nonpoint?Source toxins Load concepts (pages 217–244):
Chapter eight making plans and Designing Detention/Retention amenities (pages 245–295):
Chapter nine Sedimentation Basin layout (pages 297–313):
Chapter 10 machine Modeling (pages 315–390):
Chapter eleven administration Measures (pages 391–452):
Chapter 12 education of a grasp Plan (pages 453–496):
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