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Hydraulic Design of Highway Culverts

Hydraulic Design of Highway Culverts

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FHWA - HYDRAULIC DESIGN OF HIGHWAY CULVERTS
Hydraulic Design Series Number 5


Hydraulic Design series No. 5 combines culvert design information previously contained in Hydraulic Engineering Circulars (HEC) No. 5, No. 10, and No. 13 with hydrologic, storage routing, and special culvert design information. The result is a comprehensive culvert design publication. Hydrologic analysis methods are described, and references cited. Culvert design methods are presented for both conventional culverts and culverts with inlet improvements. Storage routing techniques are included which permit the designer to account for ponding effects upstream of the culvert. Unique culvert applications, erosion and sediment control, debris control, structural aspects, and long-span culverts are discussed and references cited. Inlet control, outlet control, and critical depth design charts, many of which are newly developed, are included for a variety of culverts sizes, shapes, and materials. New dimensionless culvert design charts are provided for the design of culverts lacking conventional design nomographs and charts. The appendices of the publication contain the equations and methodology used to construct the design charts, information of the hydraulic resistance of culverts, and methods of optimizing culvert design using performance curves and inlet depression. Calculation forms are provided for most of the design methodologies in the manual.
FHWA - HYDRAULIC DESIGN OF HIGHWAY CULVERTS
Hydraulic Design Series Number 5


Hydraulic Design series No. 5 combines culvert design information previously contained in Hydraulic Engineering Circulars (HEC) No. 5, No. 10, and No. 13 with hydrologic, storage routing, and special culvert design information. The result is a comprehensive culvert design publication. Hydrologic analysis methods are described, and references cited. Culvert design methods are presented for both conventional culverts and culverts with inlet improvements. Storage routing techniques are included which permit the designer to account for ponding effects upstream of the culvert. Unique culvert applications, erosion and sediment control, debris control, structural aspects, and long-span culverts are discussed and references cited. Inlet control, outlet control, and critical depth design charts, many of which are newly developed, are included for a variety of culverts sizes, shapes, and materials. New dimensionless culvert design charts are provided for the design of culverts lacking conventional design nomographs and charts. The appendices of the publication contain the equations and methodology used to construct the design charts, information of the hydraulic resistance of culverts, and methods of optimizing culvert design using performance curves and inlet depression. Calculation forms are provided for most of the design methodologies in the manual.

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Publication No. FHWA-NHI-01-020
 
September 2001
 
U.S. Departmentof Transportation
Federal HighwayAdministration
 
Hydraulic Design Series Number 5
HYDRAULIC DESIGN OFHIGHWAY CULVERTS
 
 
i
Technical Report Documentation Page1. Report No
FHWA –NHI- 01-020HDS No. 5
2. Governmental Accession No.
 
3. Recipient's Catalog No.
 
5. Report Date
September 2001
4. Title an
 
d Subtitle
 Hydraulic Design of Highway Culverts, Second Edition
6. Performing Organization Code
 
7. Author(s)
Jerome M. Normann, Robert J. Houghtalen,and William J. Johnston
8. Performing Organization Report No.
 
10. Work Unit No. (TRAIS)
 
9. Performing Organization Name and Address
 Ayres AssociatesFt. Collins, CO
11. Contract or Grant No.
 DTFH61-97-D-00025`
13. Type of Report and Period Covered
 
12. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address
 Office of Bridge Technology National Highway InstituteFHWA, Room 3203 4600 N. Fairfax Dr., Suite 800400 Seventh Street, SW Arlington, Virginia 22203Washington, D.C. 20590
14. Sponsoring Agency Code
 
15. Supplementary Notes
Project Manager: Philip Thompson
 
Editor of Second Edition: Johnny L. Morris
16. Abstract
 Hydraulic Design series No. 5 combines culvert design information previously contained in HydraulicEngineering Circulars (HEC) No. 5, No. 10, and No. 13 with hydrologic, storage routing, and special culvertdesign information. The result is a comprehensive culvert design publication. Hydrologic analysis methodsare described, and references cited. Culvert design methods are presented for both conventional culverts andculverts with inlet improvements. Storage routing techniques are included which permit the designer toaccount for ponding effects upstream of the culvert. Unique culvert applications, erosion and sedimentcontrol, debris control, structural aspects, and long-span culverts are discussed and references cited. Inletcontrol, outlet control, and critical depth design charts, many of which are newly developed, are included for avariety of culverts sizes, shapes, and materials. New dimensionless culvert design charts are provided for thedesign of culverts lacking conventional design nomographs and charts. The appendices of the publicationcontain the equations and methodology used to construct the design charts, information of the hydraulicresistance of culverts, and methods of optimizing culvert design using performance curves and inletdepression. Calculation forms are provided for most of the design methodologies in the manual.The second edition corrected minor errors and provided both SI and English (U.S. customary) units for allequations and design charts.
17. Key Words
 Culverts, hydrology, storage routing, inlet control,outlet control, critical depth, tapered inlets, hydraulics
18. Distribution Statement
 This document is available to the public from theNational Technical Information Service,Springfield, Virginia 22151
19. Security Classif. (of this report)
 Unclassified
20. Security Classif. (of this page)
 Unclassified
21. No. of Pages
 376
22. Price
 
Form DOT F 1700.7
(8-72) Reproduction of completed page authorized
 
 
iiAcknowledgementsThis document’s first edition’s report number was FHWA-IP-85-15 with a date of September 1985. Jerome M. Normann and Associates of Norfolk, Virginia 23503 prepared it.The sponsoring organization was:Office of Implementation, HRT-10Federal Highway Administration6200 Georgetown PikeMcLean, Virginia 22101The project manager was John M. Kurdziel (HRT-10). The technical assistants were Philip L.Thompson, Dennis Richards, and J. Sterling Jones.

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