General characteristics of pit inlet capacity relationships

D. Pezzaniti, G.G.O Loughlin & J.R. Argue
The importance of stormwater inlet pits, the types of inlets, and the need for inlet capacity relationships at high flowrates are covered in the first part of this paper. A case study is used to show differences in published inlet relations and the problem of extrapolating relationships that were originally developed for relatively low flows. The US Federal Highway Administration Hydraulic Engineering Circular No. 22 (HEC22) methodology was used as a benchmark for comparisons with...

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General characteristics of pit inlet capacity relationships

D. Pezzaniti, G.G.O Loughlin & J.R. Argue
The importance of stormwater inlet pits, the types of inlets, and the need for inlet capacity relationships at high flowrates are covered in the first part of this paper. A case study is used to show differences in published inlet relations and the problem of extrapolating relationships that were originally developed for relatively low flows. The US Federal Highway Administration Hydraulic Engineering Circular No. 22 (HEC22) methodology was used as a benchmark for comparisons with...

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