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Newly updated SuDS Design training - based on CIRIA 2015 SuDS Manual (C753)
This is a great SuDS - aka as #LID or Low Impact Development in North America
Newly updated Designing SuDS training 26-27 January 2016, LondonBook now
SuDS - helping create better places to live, work and play
This intensive two-day course has been developed to complement current Non-Statutory Technical SuDS Standards and the updated 2015 version of the CIRIA SuDS Manual (C753).
The newly updated SuDS training can enable you to plan, design, evaluate and manage sustainable drainage in line with good practice and National Standards, enabling you to understand what makes a successful scheme.
Why attendDelegates will:
keep up-to-date with current legislation and requirements of regulatory authorities
learn current design approaches
understand key objectives and principles learning how to apply the SuDS approach using real life case studies
learn how to design SuDS for difficult sites such as high density housing or contaminated industrial sites
learn how to design SuDS that are robust and require low maintenance, and are safe
benefit from and share experiences and knowledge with our expert trainers (a landscape architect and engineer) and the other delegates
obtain CPD accreditation by attending a nationally recognised SuDS training course.
Who should attend
Civil/drainage engineers, landscape architects, architects and flood risk managers working in client, consulting or contracting organisations, developers, local authorities, highway authorities, sewerage undertakers, environmental regulators and manufacturers and suppliers.
Soffit Level (pipe technology)The top point of the inside open section of a pipe or box conduit. The soffit is the highest point of the internal surface of a pipe or culvert at any cross-section. The soffit is also referred to as the pipe obvert. So it is not quite the Crown of the Pipe. Here is an image I found that hopefully explains it better.
Engine Error NumberDescription ERROR 101: memory allocation error. ERROR 103: cannot solve KW equations for Link ERROR 105: cannot open ODE solver. ERROR 107: cannot compute a valid time step. ERROR 108: ambiguous outlet ID name for Subcatchment
New InfoSWMM linked 2D Link and 3D Node graphics help you understand one of the most critical outputs in any Stormwater, Combined Sewershed or Sanitary Sewershed Network Model the value and timing of how full the pipes and nodes are over time and how this changes during Wet Weather Flow (Runoff or Infiltration Inflow).These new graphs are included in InfoSWMM v 14.6 and InfoSWMM SA V2 (InfoSWMM SA is not an Esri Extension in ArcMap but uses Arc Engine for GIS processing power) has many new graphical and map display tools that help answer the following modeling questions in a easy to understand group of linked Time Track Graph, 2D Graphs and 2D Thumbnails. If you are modeling a Stormwater Network and need to know the d/D or depth over maximum depth over time and at the peak of the Runoff event you can view linked graphs as shown in Figure 1.If you are modeling a Sanitary Network and need to find the d/D for Rainfall Induced Infiltration and Inflow (RDII) you can see the RDII fl…