Drainage Design Criteria: Too Restricted? Too Broad? Too Outdated?

by Gerald R. Williams, Rocky Mountain Consultants Inc, Englewood, United States,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Water Resources Planning and Management and Urban Water Resources

Abstract: Should drainage design policies be more flexible, leaving the field more open to engineering judgment? Are some policies too loose or broad? Should design criteria more closely reflect the current methods and procedures prescribed by federal publications? Presented are guidelines for design criteria which are loose enough to allow pure, creative, and responsible engineering and yet be structured enough to encourage good design practices.

Subject Headings: Drainage | Hydraulic design | Federal government | Publications | Structural engineering | Industries | Standards and codes

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