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Design of Conduits, Culverts and Pipes
The design procedure for conduits, culverts, and pipes vary due to life cycle considerations, material types used, loading types applied, and construction methods utilized. This course provides guidance on applying different types of loading such as (a) internal/external pressure, (b) vertical and horizontal pressures due to groundwater, surcharge water, and concentrated live loads, (c) trench earth loading with or without superimposed fill, and (d) embankment earth loads. It is most relevant to engineers involved in, or wishing to gain knowledge on, the design of conduits, culverts, and pipes. - 8 PDH

Certified Preparer of SWPPP (CPSWPPP Certificate)
The 8-hour CPSWPP online stormwater training and certification educates and certifies individuals to prepare Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans. Professionals certified as a CPSWPPP™ are also certified to implement and inspect sites for stormwater compliance.

Drainage Design: Truly Understand What 'Year Event' Really Means
This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills: Definitions of the terms Probability, Year Event, Service Level, and Expected Occurrence - Relationships between the four terms - Methods for calculating Probability, Year Event, Service Level, and Expected Occurrence - The positive and negative perceptions associated with each term by the non-technical public. - 1 PDH

Mechanical Design of Pumping Stations - Pump Drivers
This course is most relevant to engineers involved with the use of, or wishing to attain knowledge on, the properties of low-density concrete. - 1 PDH

 

Stormwater Management Strategies

Design all stormwater detention areas to be "dry" for most of the year. You should not design stormwater retention areas to be wet year round, as that may encourage development of wetlands or breeding areas.

 

 

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