Distance - Municipal and Urban Storm Sewer Drainage Systems Design (1.8 CEUs)

Description

Drainage engineering practices require cooperative efforts between various disciplines.  This course is intended for practicing engineers, technicians and technologists and those concerned with the Municipal and Urban Drainage systems and Management of construction site erosion. This 3-day workshop is intended for those who require better understanding of Municipal and Urban stormwater drainage systems design. Under the instructor’s guidance, the participant will be expected to complete a storm water drainage system design by using first principle methods and/or design aids .This design will cover the mechanisms affecting local erosion and losses at urban construction sites due to rainfall, nature of soil, and topographic factors.
 
Objective
  • To understand the basics of municipal and urban storm water system design.
  • To develop skills and capabilities of the participants to analyze new and existing stormwater drainage systems as well as to better develop the erosion control plans for construction sites.
  • To learn the basics of the water resources engineering in terms of hydrologic principles including hydrologic cycle, precipitation data, stream flow Measurements and application of stream flow data, runoff, evaporation, transpiration, and groundwater.
  • To learn applications to engineering problems related to groundwater yield, stream flow analysis and watershed Management.
  • To introduce the participants to various, and conflicting, current runoff and drainage design Methods used in water resources engineering practice.
  • To select the most appropriate design tool for different conditions.
  • The use, design, and evaluation of Construction erosion devices, including sediment basins, will be stressed. Emphasis will also be placed on meeting Specific requirements of erosion control regulations.
 
Target Audience
Municipal engineers; Drainage engineers, public works directors; city engineers; superintendents of operations; wastewater system managers; safety inspectors and procurement officers from municipalities; consulting engineers; technicians and technologists; sewer construction contractors and other individuals who need a basic understanding of Municipal and Urban  stormwater drainage systems design.
 
Special Features 
You will receive comprehensive course notes with all design charts, graphs and data that will serve as reference for future use. You will receive training on three of the top commercial software available in the market for the design of storm sewer systems (Storm CAD, Pond Pack for the design of drainage systems).
You will receive a limited edition version (academic version) of the CAD design software package and a reference book on Engineering Hydraulics application). You will receive a free license and training on WinTR–55 small watershed Hydrology software.  

Materials Required
  • Standard engineering calculator with scientific functions
  • Laptop for software training (if available)

Program Outline (1.8 CEUs / 18 PDHs)

Review of fluid mechanics basic principles for water resources engineering

Basic definitions
  • Newton’s equation of viscosity
  • Flow regimes
Hydrology and Hydraulics
  • Pressure
  • Flow
  • Gravity flow in pipes
Non-uniform open channel flow
Computer applications in hydraulics
  • Hydrology
  • The hydrologic cycle
  • Rainfall and surface water
  • Groundwater
  • Minimum and maximum velocities
  • Self-cleansing velocities
  • Minimum pipe size
  • Capacity design
  • Infiltration
  • Sewer pipes
  • Separation of water main and sewers
  • Optimum bedding conditions
  • Cover
  • Ductile iron pipe location
  • Crossings
  • Manholes
Stormwater Drainage System
  • Estimating Storm Runoff
  • Rational method
  • Runoff coefficients
  • Rain fall intensity
  • Time of concentration
  • SCS Method
  • Effects of land developments
  • Layout and design
  • Best management practices
Storm Water Quality Control
  • Sedimentation basins
  • Swales
  • Bio retention systems
  • CTWS
  • Wet ponds
  • Case study
  • Floodplains
Control of Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO)
 
Catch basins, inserts, and Hydrodynamic devices for the Control of gross solids and Conventional stormwater pollutants
 
Storm Drains - Culvert Design
  • Culvert hydraulics
  • Outlet control hydraulics
  • Entrance minor losses
  • Gradually varied flow analysis
  • Inlet control hydraulics
  • Culvert Master software demo
Storm Drains - Channel Design
  • Distinction between ditch and channel design
  • Hydraulic considerations
  • Flow resistance design
  • Stream platforms and the fluvial system
  • Stable channel design
  • Tactile forces and permissible velocities  
Construction Site Erosion Control
  • Erosion control plan
  • Problems associated with erosion of construction sites
  • Roadside Drainage Design for Channel Stability
Channel and Slope Stability
  • channel and slope protection
  • slope diversions
  • gabions for slope protection
  • slope protection using different materials
  • rock and asphalt for shaded areas
  • channel design based on allowable velocity and shear stress
  • allowable velocity and shear stress values
  • allowable tactile forces
  • design of stable channel
  • channel design using reinforced liners
  • temporary vegetation plantings
  • standard VR-N curves for deep channel flows
  • specifications for erosion control blanket
  • matted channel liner
  • channel design using concrete and riprap liner materials
  • check dams
  • slope stability
  • slope stability applied to erosion control
  • checking erosion yield of protected slope
  • chemical treatment of exposed soils

 

After Attending This Workshop You Will Be Able To
  • Understand basics of Municipal and Urban storm water sewer system design and application
  • Design a new storm sewer system
  • Perform back  analysis of existing systems for any possible problems
  • Learn how to use the commercial package Sewer CAD, Storm CAD and WinTR–55
  • Discover the numerous issues to consider when planning sewer and stormwater drainage systems at a given site
  • Learn to design  municipal and urban  storm water drainage systems to meet given planning objectives
  • Efficiently use the Best Management Practice to develop the erosion control plans for Municipal and Urban applications

Instructor
Dr. Gamal Abdelaziz, P.Eng, MSc. has a Ph.D. in Geotechnical Engineering from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
 
Currently he is a senior geotechnical engineer with Global Engineering, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and adjunct professor at Ryerson university, Toronto, Ontario. He has over 22 years of experience in geotechnical and structural engineering, foundation design, teaching, research and consulting in Canada and overseas.
 
Dr. Abdelaziz is a former adjunct professor at University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, visiting professor at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada and part time professor at Seneca College, Toronto, Canada.
Dr. Abdelaziz is specialized in numerical modeling for solving sophisticated geotechnical engineering problems with respect to pile foundation and the linear and nonlinear analysis of soil-structure interaction. He designed charts to predict pressures acting on tunnels, and developed analytical model for pile bearing capacity prediction.
 
Dr. Abdelaziz authored a number of technical papers and delivered numerous internal and external workshops on various geotechnical and Municipal engineering topics. Dr. Abdelaziz has been involved in a number of projects in Canada and overseas, such as tunneling, silos, buildings, retaining structures, siphons, irrigation networks and many other civil engineering projects in terms of design and construction.
 
Dr. Abdelaziz is a member in different professional societies such as APEGGA, PEO, CGS, CDA, TAC and ABPA. He is also a reviewer for the Canadian Geotechnical Journal.


Dr. Gamal Abdel Aziz

Dr. Gamal Abdelaziz, P.Eng, MSc. has a Ph.D. in Geotechnical Engineering from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada.
Currently he is the managing director of SAGA Engineering, Edmonton, AB, Canada. Former adjunct professor at Ryerson university, Toronto, Ontario. He has over 32 years of experience in geotechnical and structural engineering, foundation design, teaching, research and consulting in Canada and overseas.
His current duties review and finalize the design of water systems, pump stations, water supply, sanitary and storm sewer systems. He is teaching water resources courses for last 15 years. He designed and delivered more than 50 courses on water resources, and they are very well received by practicing engineers in Canada and globally.
Dr. Abdelaziz is a former adjunct professor at University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, visiting professor at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada and part time professor at Seneca College, Toronto, Canada.
Dr. Abdelaziz is specialized in numerical modeling for solving sophisticated geotechnical engineering problems with respect to pile foundation and the linear and nonlinear analysis of soil-structure interaction. He designed charts to predict pressures acting on tunnels, and developed analytical model for pile bearing capacity prediction.
Dr. Abdelaziz authored a number of technical papers and delivered numerous internal and external workshops on various geotechnical and Municipal engineering topics. Dr. Abdelaziz has been involved in a number of projects in Canada and overseas, such as tunneling, silos, buildings, retaining structures, siphons, irrigation networks and many other civil engineering projects in terms of design and construction.
Dr. Abdelaziz is a member in different professional societies such as APEGGA, PEO, CGS, CDA, TAC and ABPA. He is also a reviewer for the Canadian Geotechnical Journal.

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