Microcomputers in Highway Drainage Design

by Dennis L. Richards, Federal Highway Administration, Eastern Direct Federal Div, Arlington, VA, USA,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Hydraulics and Hydrology in the Small Computer Age


This paper discusses some of the benefits and uses of microcomputers in highway drainage design and discusses the programs presently being developed. Subjects covered include hydrologic analysis, culvert design, pavement drainage design, stable channel design, energy dissipator design, and bridge waterway analysis.

Subject Headings: Bridge design | Highway and road design | Computer aided design | Pavement design | Computers | Drainage | Hydraulic design | Sustainable development

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