This manual is a comprehensive catalog of procedures, design methods and criteria, and general background information which will enable the designer to quickly learn or review the basic principles of storm drainage design. Subjects included are precipitation and hydrological cycle, runoff and its estimation, open channels, flow in gutters and inlets, stormwater storage, storm sewer system design, computer applications for computing watershed runoff, and water quality. Included in the appendices are basics of statistical analysis, fundamentals of hydraulics, and a list of regulatory agencies and governmental bodies which may have jurisdiction over drainage projects. A chapter on green infrastructure has been added with this revision.
stormwater, drainage, drain, precipitation, hydrology, watershed, runoff, rain, channels, culverts, green infrastructure
Date of this Version
Burke, Christopher B. and Burke, Thomas T., "Stormwater Drainage Manual 2015" (2015). Indiana Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) Publications. Paper 100.