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Tables for the hydraulic design of pipes, sewers and channels: 8th edition (2 volume set) Tables for the hydraulic design of pipes, sewers and channels: 8th edition (2 volume set)
HR Wallingford, DIH Barr, 2006, Thomas Telford
Ref: ISBN 0727733850
For over 30 years, HR Wallingford’s publication Tables for the hydraulic design of pipes, sewers and channels has been an essential reference for civil engineers working in the field of hydraulics.

These publications are not currently available as electronic versions.

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Price: 110.00





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Tables for the hydraulic design of pipes, sewers and channels: 8th edition (Volume 1) Tables for the hydraulic design of pipes, sewers and channels: 8th edition (Volume 1)
HR Wallingford, DIH Barr, 2006, Thomas Telford
Ref: ISBN 0727733559
For over 30 years, HR Wallingford’s publication Tables for the hydraulic design of pipes, sewers and channels has been an essential reference for civil engineers working in the field of hydraulics.

The publication is not currently available as an electronic version.


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Price: 65.00





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Tables for the hydraulic design of pipes, sewers and channels: 8th edition (volume 2) Tables for the hydraulic design of pipes, sewers and channels: 8th edition (volume 2)
HR Wallingford, DIH Barr, 2006, Thomas Telford
Ref: ISBN 0727733567
For over 30 years, HR Wallingford’s publication Tables for the hydraulic design of pipes, sewers and channels has been an essential reference for civil engineers working in the field of hydraulics. Now, this updated eighth edition is available which enhances the usefulness of these Tables to the industry.

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Price: 60.00





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Wallingford Procedure for design and analysis of urban storm drainage, 3 volume set (CD ROM) Wallingford Procedure for design and analysis of urban storm drainage, 3 volume set (CD ROM)
HR Wallingford, 1981, HR Wallingford
Ref: WP5 CD
The Wallingford Procedure is a set of historical documents which explain the original development of the procedure and (now obsolete) WASSP drainage software. Although much of the technical aspects associated with drainage modelling has now been superseded by current tools, it still provides a useful reference document and set of maps where Flood Studies Reports (FSR) based methods and rainfall are still being applied.

The Wallingford Procedure is available on CD-ROM only, which includes:
Vol 1. Principles Methods and Practice
Vol 3. UK Maps
Vol 4. Modified Rational Method.

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Price: 40.00

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Wallingford Procedure for Europe: Best Practice Guide to Urban Drainage Modelling (CD ROM) Wallingford Procedure for Europe: Best Practice Guide to Urban Drainage Modelling (CD ROM)
HR Wallingford, 2001, HR Wallingford
Ref: WP6
This CD provides both the theory and practical aspects of urban drainage modelling and includes the Wallingford Procedure maps in digital form.

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Price: 40.00

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Air problems in pipelines: a design manual Air problems in pipelines: a design manual
M. Escarameia, 2005, HR Wallingford
Ref: ISBN 1898485119
Behaviour of air in pipelines is complex and not fully understood. This manual gives practical information on how to deal with problems arising from the presence of air in pipelines conveying water and wastewater.


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Price: 40.00


Benefits and performance of sustainable drainage systems Benefits and performance of sustainable drainage systems
Various, 2005, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR667
This project was conceived to address the lack of quantitative data available to the drainage industry on the observed performance of sustainable drainage systems (SUDS), with respect to both hydraulics and water quality. The study was developed to improve knowledge of the level of performance that can be expected of different SUDS components and, where possible, to determine the likely influence of design criteria and maintenance activities on performance levels.


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Available from our ePrints repository at http://eprints.hrwallingford.co.uk

Drainage of development sites - a guide. CIRIA - X108 Drainage of development sites - a guide. CIRIA - X108
R. May, R. Kellagher, 2004, CIRIA
Ref: ISBN 0860179001
The guide is intended to assist all those involved with foul and surface water drainage of development sites. It is aimed specifically at developments in the UK based on national requirements and international best practice.

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Price: 65.00


Stormwater management using rainwater harvesting Stormwater management using rainwater harvesting
R. Kellagher, 2012, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR736
Testing the Kellagher / Gerolin methodology on a pilot study.

This project is specifically aimed at demonstrating the effectiveness of a new methodology for designing rainwater harvesting systems for controlling stormwater run-off. A pilot study based on a new residential development at Banbury (UK) has been used to measure the effectiveness of the new procedure developped by Gerolin and Kellagher (2009). This procedure specifically designed for rainwater harvesting systems is to provide effective stormwater management.

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SUDS - Economic incentives, social impacts and ecological benefits SUDS - Economic incentives, social impacts and ecological benefits
Various, 2004, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR 627
The trend towards using Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems (SUDS) in residential and commercial areas is incresing, but very little research has been conducted to evaluate the various benefits of this new technology.

HR Wallingford finished a DTI-funded research project, which aimed at investigating the economics incentives, social impacts and ecological benefits of SUDS.

The following four reports are available on our ePrints (http://eprints.hrwallingford.co.uk):
- Assessment of the Social Impacts of Sustainable Drainage Systems in the UK (SR 622)
- Maximising the Ecological Benefits of Sustainable Drainage Schemes (SR 625)
- The Operation and Maintenance of Sustainable Drainage Infrastructure (SR 626)
- Whole Life Costing for Sustainable Drainage (SR 627)

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Use of SUDS in high density developments. Guidance manual Use of SUDS in high density developments. Guidance manual
R. Kellagher, C.S. Laughlan, 2005, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR666
This guide has been developed to assist developers, their professional advisors and local planning authorities with achieving drainage best practice on all new developments, with specific direction on achieving sustainable drainage solutions for high density sites.

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Available from our ePrints repository at http://eprints.hrwallingford.co.uk