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Overland flow on impervious surfaces

R. Nittim

Overland flow on impervious surfaces

by R. Nittim

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Published by University of New South Wales, Water Research Laboratory in Manly Vale, N.S.W .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Runoff.,
  • Road drainage.,
  • Rain and rainfall -- Simulation methods.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 147-152.

    Statementby R. Nittim.
    SeriesReport - University of New South Wales, Water Research Laboratory ;, no. 151, Report (University of New South Wales. Water Research Laboratory) ;, no. 151.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB653 .N4 no. 151, GB980 .N4 no. 151
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii leaves, 152, [29] p. :
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3136708M
    LC Control Number82463755

    Impervious surfaces are important anthropogenic landscape factors affecting stormwater runoff volume and water quality. To facilitate study and management of these features in the Lake Champlain Basin of New York and Vermont, a new. xvi Volume Reduction of Highway Runoff in Urban Areas Hydraulic Loadingâ The ratio of stormwater inflow (volume/time) to an SCM divided by the surface area of the SCM that receives flow; this can be a specific value, expressed in terms of a length per unit time (e.g., ft/s), or it can be used in a more qualitative sense to compare between SCM.

    equations in their study of flow on impervious surfaces, and compared their numerical results with experimental data obtained by the Los Angeles District of the Corps of Engineers. Overland flow was studied experimentally by Izzard and Augustine (), Izzard (), Woo and Brater (), Ragan (), Robertson et ai. influenced by the presence of impervious surfaces in two ways. First, runoff increases erosion resulting in more soil being washed into the water, making it cloudy. Second, runoff from impervious surfaces carries additional phosphorus to the water. An unfertilized, developed waterfront lot that has 20% impervious surface carries six.

    Dr. Tommy S. W. Wong is the founding editor of the Hydrological Science and Engineering book series. He was also an associate editor of the Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, and a corresponding editor of the Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice. Dr. Wong has received the John Illingworth Prize from Leeds University in , and the J. C. Price: $ Choi and Ball () calibrated the SWMM model by adjusting the following parameters: the impervious fractions of specific land uses including low and medium density residential and commercial areas, the depression storage for the land uses, and the subcatchment overland flow length, and surface roughness (Manning’s n). There are currently Cited by:


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Overland flow on impervious surfaces by R. Nittim Download PDF EPUB FB2

Natural impervious areas, depending on their nature and antecedent conditions, may produce stormflow from infiltration excess overland flow, saturation overland flow, or direct precipitation.

The effects of natural impervious areas on runoff generation are expected to be more important in areas with low TIA than highly developed areas.

The watershed boundary represents a no flow boundary for the overland flow routing and when a grid cell lies on the watershed boundary, flow is not routed across the boundary.

There is an option in GSSHA to impose head boundaries along the watershed boundary and compute flows across the overland boundary. In urban landscapes dominated by impervious surfaces, instead of infiltrating, rainwater flows across the impervious surfaces. A brief rainstorm over a large area urban area can cause a great amount of water to suddenly flow into the storm drains and streams.

Since no water is stored in impervious surfaces, they quickly dry after a rainstorm. Surface runoff (also known as overland flow) is the flow of water that occurs when Overland flow on impervious surfaces book stormwater, meltwater, or other sources flow over the Earth's can occur when the soil is saturated to full capacity, and rain arrives more quickly than soil can absorb it.

Surface runoff often occurs because impervious areas (such as roofs and pavement) do not allow water to. The time of concentration is defined as the time required for water to flow from the most remote point of the tributary area to the design point, and is determined for the selected flow length that represents the longest waterway through a rural watershed or the most representative flow path through the impervious portion in an urban Size: KB.

Overland flow is a very important aspect of the water cycle and can be generated under two different physical mechanisms. The infiltration excess overland flow is formed (named also Hortonian overland flow after Horton E.

R.), when the rainfall intensity exceeds the soil infiltration capacity in an area (Liu et al., ). Estimating Time of Concentration for Overland Flow on Pervious Surfaces by Particle Tracking Method. March ; Water 10(4) equilibrium time. When rain hits saturated or impervious ground it begins to flow overland downhill.

It is easy to see if it flows down your driveway to the curb and into a storm sewer, but it is harder to notice it flowing overland in a natural setting. During a heavy rain you might notice small rivulets of water flowing downhill. Urban Hydrology for Small Watersheds TR • A flow chart for selecting the appropriate proce-dure; impervious surfaces cover or will soon cover a consid-erable area.

Impervious surfaces include roads, side-walks, parking lots, and buildings. Natural flow paths. A practical introduction on today's challenge of controlling and managing the water resources used by and affected by cities and urbanized communities.

The book offers an integrated engineering approach, covering the spectrum of urban watershed management, urban hydraulic systems, and overall Brand: Wiley.

Overland Flow Time of Concentration on Very Flat Terrains. two types of laboratory experiments were developed to measure overland flow.

The time of concentration (T c) is one of the important time parameters for hydrologic design, analysis, and accurate estimation of T c is necessary for the prediction of peak discharge(Q p), which is important in hydrologic though T c is conceptually defined as the time needed for the rain that falls on the most remote part of the catchment to travel to.

Anthony Ladson, in Approaches to Water Sensitive Urban Design, Increased runoff frequency. Runoff occurs more frequently because of urbanization. Small rainfall events of 1–2 mm will cause runoff from impervious surfaces (ASCE, ), but much more rainfall is usually required to produce runoff from grassland or forest (Pilgrim and Cordery, ).

APPENDIX F – RATIONAL METHOD. Impervious surfaces have runoff coefficients greater than based on Table 1. These are hard surfaces which either prevent or significantly retard the entry of Overland Sheet Flow -Overland sheet flow.

A physically based mathematical model is presented for the process of pollutant washoff by overland flow on impervious surfaces. The model is based on the kinematic overland flow and convective pollutant transport equations.

Manning's n Values Reference tables for Manning's n values for Channels, Closed Conduits Flowing Partially Full, and Corrugated Metal Pipes. Manning's n for Channels (Chow, ). Impervious Surface Growth Model. Stormwater runoff is a major contributor to water pollution.

1 When rainwater washes over impervious surfaces such as rooftops, parking lots, and roads, it collects and carries pollutants that ultimately flow into waterways.

Smart growth strategies can help to reduce the impact of new development on stormwater. Chapter Impervious Surface Disconnection Draft District of Columbia Stormwater Management Guidebook Page 62 Impervious Surface Disconnection. Definition. This strategy involves managing runoff close to its source by intercepting, infiltrating, filtering, treating or reusing it as it moves from the impervious surface to the drainage.

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surfaces - increase overland flow volume and decrease [ ] groundwater recharge and evapo-transpiration. Buy Urban Hydrology, Hydraulics, and Stormwater Quality 03 edition Overland Flow on Impervious Surfaces. Overland Flow on Pervious Surfaces. Urban Hydrology, Hydraulics, and Stormwater Quality is a great textbook for students in civil and environmental engineering, as well as a handy resource for professional civil engineers Book Edition:.

CHAPTER 5 Computing Stormwater Runoff Rates and Volumes This chapter discusses the fundamentals of computing stormwater runoff rates and volumes from rainfall through the use of various mathematical methods. To do so effectively, the chapter also describes the fundamentals of the rainfall-runoff process that these methods attempt to simulate.summer months can be dramatically increased via heat conduction from impervious surfaces.

These forms of water pollution, which arise over broad land areas, are known as nonpoint or diffused source pollution, with pollutants being conveyed to water bodies via overland flow rather than by pipes, ditches, or conduits issuing from factories or.Models that determine runoff rates, flow velocities and flow depths can be used to accurately predict erosion, transport and deposition of sediments and contaminants in a three-dimensional landscape.

The objective of this paper is to describe overland flow and its hydraulic characteristics and to present the mathematical relationships used to formulate these by: