Urban Drainage, Third Edition
CRC Press – 2011 – 632 pages
Urban Drainage has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect changes in the practice and priorities of urban drainage. New and expanded coverage includes:
Providing a descriptive overview of the issues involved as well as the engineering principles and analysis, it draws on real-world examples as well as models to support and demonstrate the key issues facing engineers dealing with drainage issues. It also deals with both the design of new drainage systems and the analysis and upgrading of existing infrastructure.
This is a unique and essential textbook for students of water, environmental, and public health engineering as well as a valuable resource for practising engineers.
Introduction. Approaches to Urban Drainage. Water Quality. Wastewater. Rainfall. Stormwater. System Components and Layout. Hydraulics. Hydraulic Features. Foul Sewers. Storm Sewers. Sewer Flooding. Combined Sewers and Combined Sewer Overflows. Storage. Pumped Systems. Structural Design and Construction. Sediments. Operation, Maintenance and Performance. Rehabilitation. Flow Models. Quality Models. Stormwater Management. Low-Income Communities. Integrated Management and Control. Towards Sustainability.
David Butler is Professor of Water Engineering at the University of Exeter and formerly professor and head of the Urban Water Research Group at Imperial College London. He specialises in sustainable urban water management, water conservation and recycling.
John Davies is Professor of Civil Engineering at Coventry University. He teaches hydraulics and water engineering and has a range of research interests in urban drainage
The PDF contains solutions to a selection of the problems at the ends of chapters 1-25.