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The Sétra, a work in partnership
Introduction
Chapter 1
1 - General notions about drainage
1.1 - Definition of drainage
1.2.2 - Climatic or meteorological context
1.2.3 - Hydrogeological context (see Appendix 1)
1.2.4 - Type of subgrades and pavement courses
1.2.5 - Unusual pavement points
1.3 - Effects of drainage on the environment
Chapter 2
2 - Drainage in a new road project
2.1 - General dimensioning rules
2.1.1 - Designing the drainage project
2.1.2 - Optimizing the road project layout
2.1.3 - Subsequent maintenance and repair
2.1.4 - Geometric characteristics of drainage systems
2.1.5 - Rules for evacuating drainage water
2.1.6 - Environmental impacts
Impact on water
Waste management
2.1.7 - Flow rate assessment
Drainage of subgrades
Pavement drainage
2.2 - Earthworks
2.2.1 - Site capacity and traffic
Unpredictable random water ingress
2.2.4 - Interception of water ingress in fill
General case
Special case of natural slopes
2.3 - Pavement formation levels
2.3.1. - Subformation (below capping level) (PST):
PST (Subformation (below capping level)) classification and improvement
Treatment of singular points in the longitudinal section
2.3.2 - Capping layer
2.4 - Pavement
2.4.1 - Drainage systems in pavement courses
2.4.2 - Drainage systems at singular points
Shoulder and emergency hard shoulder (BAU)
Median
Dividing island, directional island and obstacle island
Roundabout
Chapter 3
3 - Drainage of an existing pavement
3.1 - Types of disorder encountered in pavements
3.1.1 - Flexible pavements
3.1.2 - Rigid or semi-rigid pavements
3.1.3 - Cement concrete pavements
3.1.4 - Bituminous material courses
3.1.5 - Modular material pavements (paving blocks and slabs)
3.1.6 - List of singular pavement points with respect to drainage
3.2 - Analysis
3.2.1 - Compiling information
3.2.2 - Putting the analysis together
Marking systems
Table interpretation
Decision model
3.3 - Definition of work solutions
Chapter 4
4 - Characteristics of drainage systems and of materials used in them
4.1 - Drainage structures and systems
4.1.1 - Deep ditches
Objective
Standard schemes
Operating method
Durability and maintenance
Elements required for dimensioning
4.1.2 - Cutoff drains
Shallow trench
Deep trench
4.1.3 Grips and draining stacks
4.1.4 - Fin drains at pavement edge (EDRC)
4.1.5 - Draining courses
Objectives
4.1.6 - Shafts (vertical drainage)
4.1.7 - Bank stabilization systems (shields and stacks)
4.2 - Stipulations on materials
4.2.1 - Draining and filtering materials
Filtering power
Draining power
Other criteria
Comment on porous concretes
4.2.2 - Geotextiles and related products
Role in the drainage structures
Main characteristics to be determined
Filtering function
Drainage function
Mechanical characteristics
Elements required for choosing the geotextile
4.2.3 - Drains or drain pipes
Role and types
Pre-coating
Dimensioning: Flow rate - Diameter - Slopes
4.3 - Ancillary structures
4.3.1 - Crossings
4.3.2 - Inspection chambers
4.3.3 - Outlets
Chapter 5
5.1 - Execution of drainage work
5.1.1 - Execution of work
Optimum work period
Managing interfaces
5.1.2 - Special drainage applications in earthworks phase
Surface maintenance
Evacuation of rainwater
A few rules for carrying out the work
5.1.3 - Checks
5.2 - Application of quality assurance in the drainage work
5.2.1 - Quality Assurance Plan Organizational Scheme (SOPAQ)
5.2.2 - Site-specific Quality Assurance Plan (PAQ)
5.2.3 - Quality Master Plan (SDQ)
5.3 - Completion of drainage work
5.3.1 - Acceptance
5.3.2 - Handover of as-built drawing
5.4 - Drainage system operation and maintenance
5.4.1 - Inspection of structure with as-built drawing
5.4.2 - Establishment of the zero point in the absence of an as-built drawing
5.4.3 - Maintenance and repair work
Monitoring
Repairs and repair frequency
Appendices
Appendix 1 - Special hydrogeological* studies
G11 mission, preliminary feasibility study
G12 standard mission, geotechnical* feasibility study
G2 standard mission, geotechnical* feasibility study
Appendix 2 - Improvement in hydric conditions of materials
Appendix 3 - Assessment of flow rates to be drained
3.1 - Through subgrades
3.2 - Through the pavement
3.2.1 - Diffuse infiltrations via the surface courses
3.2.2 - Infiltration through the cracks (see Diagram 45)
4.8 - Ancillary work
4.9 - Using the road during the work
5 - Checks and quality
5.1 - Compacting reference areas
5.2 - Checks at hold points
Appendix 5 - Bibliography
Standards:
Technical documents:
For information:
Appendix 6 - Abbreviations and glossary
6.1 - Abbreviations
6.2 - Glossary
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US 0605A Road Drainage

US 0605A Road Drainage

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