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Software and Books

Dr. James C.Y. Guo


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A) FREE Software for STORM WATER DESIGN AND FLOW ANALYSIS

Dr. Guo has developed several computer models for storm water design and management.

The following have been ACCEPTED by 2001 Urban Storm Water Design Criteria Manuals.

Visit http://www.udfcd.org to download the software.

Computer Models

Functions

Remarks

UDRAINZONE

Design Rainfall Statistics and PDF and IDF Curves

Excel

UDRAINCURVE

Design Rainfall Distribution for Metro Denver

Excel

RATIONAL

Rational Hydrograph Method for Peak Runoff

Excel

CUHP2000

Urban Flood Hydrograph Predictions

 

UDSWMM2000

Storm Water Network System Simulation

 

UDCHANNEL

Urban Flood Channel Design

Excel

UDCHANNELFLOW

Open Channel Flow Analysis

Excel

UDCULVERT

Crossing Culvert Design and Flow Analysis

Excel

UDSTREET

Street Hydraulics and Allowable Capacity

Excel

UDINLET

Street Inlet Sizing

Excel

NeoUDSEWER

Storm Sewer System Design - Sizing, HGL, and EGL

 

UD-Detention

Storm Water Detention and Retention Design

 

UDPONDwiz

Detention Pond System Analysis

 

More

   
(B) Technical Books Recommended for Storm Water Management and Designs
  

 Book Title

Author

Publisher

Phone

Urban Hydrology and Hydraulic Design

               (18 Chapters and 520 pages)

James C.Y. Guo

WRP

(new book)

720-873-0171

Urban Flood Channel Design

James C.Y. Guo

WRP

720-873-0171

Street Hydraulics and Inlet Design

James C.Y. Guo

WRP

720-873-0171

Stormwater Detention System Design

James C.Y. Guo

WRP

720-873-0171

Urban Storm Water System Design

James C.Y. Guo

WRP

720-873-0171

Urban Storm Water Management Tools

Larry Mays

McGraw Hill

 

Storm Water Collection Systems Design Handbook

Larry Mays

McGraw Hill

 
       

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