by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Cincinnati, Ohio, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||by John A. Lager, Theodore Didriksson, Geiorge B. Otte|
|Series||Environmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-76-218|
|Contributions||Didriksson, Theodor, jt. auth, Otte, George B., jt. auth, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development, Metcalf & Eddy|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
Stormwater Management for Land Development is a unique, much-needed book on developing stormwater management plans that only requires readers to understand algebra, trigonometry, and geometry. Beginning with the fundamentals, it walks readers through the ABCs of fluid mechanics and hydrology and presents practical methods and designs to control stormwater/5(7). Disturbance are eligible to apply the modified requirements presented in this manual, Simplified Approach to Stormwater Management for Small Projects, provided that there are not known Site or local conditions that may preclude the use of any techniques included in the Simplified Approach. Designed for both students and practicing professionals, it addresses critical issues of water quality, focusing on the illustration and application of both hydrologic and economic water management techniques. Stresses applications using worked examples, case studies and problems.5/5(1). Following the review of Jayasooriya & Ng (), EPA's Stormwater Management Model (SWMM) is ‘the most sophisticated tool in modelling stormwater quality, quantity, and GI performance’. SWMM calculates the water balance of impervious areas with a depression storage and simulates the green roofs or vegetative swales with a soil moisture Cited by: 5.
Stormwater Management Models A Comparison of Urban Stormwater Models Problems References Chapter 7 Systems Approach to Deterministic Stormwater Modeling Introduction Linear and Nonlinear Hydrologic Systems Derivation of Response Function Development of the Variable Response Model (VRM) Examples of Application of VRM Book Edition: 1. United States EPA//R/ Environmental Protection Agency July STORM WATER MANAGEMENT MODEL APPLICATIONS MANUAL By Jorge Gironas Larry A. Roesner Jennifer Davis Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO Project Officer Lewis A. Rossman Water Supply and Water Resources Division National Risk Management . A stormwater management strategy may include protection of natural areas, design of communities to reduce stormwater generation, and pollution prevention programs, as well as the stormwater management practices which are the focus of this technical Size: 8MB. LECTURE 1. SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS System • A system is an interrelated set of business procedures used within one business unit working together for a purpose • A system has nine characteristics • A system exists within an environment • A boundary separates a system from its environment Characteristics of a SystemFile Size: KB.
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