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Basic Stormwater Calculations Program

Basic Stormwater Calculations Program Overview

This course provides basic hydrologic and hydraulic equations used in site design, beginning with a conceptual small suburban site and designing a bioretention basin to manage runoff.  

Intended Audience

  • Hydrology Engineers and Personnel 
  • Municipalities 
  • Engineers 
  • Contractors 
  • Consultants 
  • Non-regulatory 3rd Party Inspectors 
  • Civil Consultants/Students 
  • Environmental Consultants/Students 
  • Landowners, Permittees, and Construction Site Operators 

Curriculum: Intro to Basic Stormwater Calculations

This course consists of stormwater calculations associated with designing a bioretention basin for a suburban site. 

Topics include the following: 

  • Conceptual design using a bioretention case study 
  • Calculating total storm volume,  
  • Calculating basin storage,  
  • Determining peak flow rates,  
  • Pipe sizing, and  
  • Basic bioretention design. 

Learning Objectives

The main objective of this course is to provide you with an introduction to basic stormwater calculations associated with designing a bioretention basin for a suburban site. 

  • Demonstrate how to calculate total stormwater volume from a design storm (using the Simple Approach and the Curve Number Method). 
  • Describe peak flow rates and how to size for them (using the Rational Method and Manning’s Equation).
  • List the basic considerations of bioretention sizing and design.  

 

At the Completion of This Program You Will Receive

1.5 PDHs

Resume' Enhancer (Available on the Credential Validation Page)



"Was a good online training. Better than sitting in a classroom. Got to work at my own pace."


Rating: 5.0 / 5.0

Kristin J., Blue Sky Landscaping & Ground Maintenance, Inc
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