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Principles of highway drainage and erosion control

Principles of highway drainage and erosion control

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Published by Purdue University in Lafayette, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Road drainage.,
  • Roads -- Maintenance and repair.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by John L. Sanborn and the staff of the Highway Extension and Research Project for Indiana Counties.
    SeriesCounty highway series ; no. 4
    ContributionsSanborn, John L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTE24.I3 P8 no. 4, TE215 P8 no. 4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 65 p. :
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4282292M
    LC Control Number78308580

    Maintenance and repairs of roads must be planned for rapid performance and to cause least possible disruption or hazard to traffic. 2. Roadside and Highway Drainage maintenance. Depends on the characters of road side where the roadside is grassy it must be mowed; cutting, ploughing or spraying with weed killer must be done. TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis Cost-Effective and Sustainable Road Slope Stabilization and Erosion Control presents information on cost-effective and sustainable road slope stabilization techniques, with a focus on shallow or near-surface slope stabilization and related erosion control methods used on low-volume roads.

    The Maryland Stormwater Design Manual is the official guide for stormwater management prin ciples, methods, and practices in Maryland. The Design Manual was originally published in October , and was revised in May The following is a list of the individual chapters of the Design Manual that may be downloaded. Highway Design Standards. Design of the Alignment. Special Facilities for Heavy Vehicles on Steep Grades. Bicycle Facilities. Parking Facilities. Computer Use in Geometric Design. Summary. Problems. References. Additional Readings. HIGHWAY DRAINAGE. Surface Drainage. Highway Drainage Structures. Sediment and Erosion Control. Hydrologic Price: $

    • To avoid the erosion of side slopes The principal types of drainage systems are: Open Drain Piped (positive) Drain French drain The type of road drainage which is selected for a particular road will depend on such factors as to whether it is a rural or an urban road, or if it is in cut or fill and also on groundwater conditions. Estimates of sediment travel below fillslopes can be made, together with the combined effect of erosion control treatments of the running surface, road cut, and ditch. View Show abstract.


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