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HEC-11

HEC-11

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FOREWORD This Implementation Package represents major revisions to the 1967 edition of Hydraulic Engineering Circular No. 11, ImUse of The manual has been expanded into Riprap for Bank Protectionll. a comprehensive design publication which includes recent The information in research findings and revised procedures. the manual should be of interest to State and Federal Hydraulics engineers and.others responsible for the design of The manual has been adopted as HEC-11 in the ripra
FOREWORD This Implementation Package represents major revisions to the 1967 edition of Hydraulic Engineering Circular No. 11, ImUse of The manual has been expanded into Riprap for Bank Protectionll. a comprehensive design publication which includes recent The information in research findings and revised procedures. the manual should be of interest to State and Federal Hydraulics engineers and.others responsible for the design of The manual has been adopted as HEC-11 in the ripra

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FOREWORDThis Implementation Package represents major revisions to the1967 edition of Hydraulic Engineering Circular No. 11, ImUse ofRiprap for Bank Protectionll.The manual has been expanded intoa comprehensive design publication which includes recentresearch findings and revised procedures.The information inthe manual should be of interest to State and FederalHydraulics engineers and.others responsible for the design ofriprap.The manual has been adopted as HEC-11 in theHydraulics Engineering Circular series.Copies of the manual are being distributed to Federal HighwayAdministration Regional and Division offices and to each Statehighway agency.Additional copies of the report can beobtained from the National Technical Information Service, 5280Port Royal Road, Springfield, Virginia22161.Thomas 0. Willett, DirectorOffice of EngineeringNOTICEThis document is disseminated under the sponsorship of theDepartment of Transportation in the interest of informationexchange. The United States Government assumes no liabilityfor the contents or the use thereof.The contents of this report reflect the views of the authors,who are responsible for the facts and the accuracy of the datapresented herein. The contents do not necessarily reflect thepolicy of the Department of Transportation.This report does not constitute a standard, specification, orregulation. The United States Government does not endorse.products or manufacturers.Trade or manufacturers' namesappear herein only because they are considered essential 'to theobjective of this document.
 
U.S.Departmentof TransportationFederal HighwayAdministration
6300 Georgetown PikeMcLean, Virginia
22101Subject:
Implementation Package "Design of Riprap
Date
Revetment" (HEC-11) Publication No. FHYWA-JuuZfl989IP-89-016
Reply toFrom:
Director, Office of Implementation
Attn. of
HRT-10Director, Office of Engineering
To:
Regional Federal Highway AdministratorsDirect Federal Program AdministratorsOne of the hazards of placing a highway near a river or streamchannel is the potential for erosion of the highway embankmentby moving water.If erosion of the highway embankment is to beprevented, bank protection must be anticipated, and the propertype and amount of protection must be provided in the rightlocations.This manual,designated HEC-11 in the Hydraulic EngineeringCircular series, provides procedures for the design of ripraprevetments to be used as channel bank protection and channellinings on larger streams and rivers.It represents
major
revisions to the 1967 edition of HEC-11 and incorporates recentresearch findings and revised design procedures.The manual includes sections on erosion mechanisms, riprapfailure modes, and types of riprap, including rock, rubble,gabions, and others. Detailed design guidelines are presentedfor rock riprap and design procedures are summarized withexamples and charts. Guidance for the design of otherrevetments is also presented.Direct distribution of the report is being made to Region andDivision offices.If you have questions concerning the reportor require additional copies,please contact Thomas Krylowskiat (FTS) 285-2359.Attachment

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