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 Reinforced Concrete Sewer Pipe ASTM C76– Reinforced Round Concrete Culvert, Storm Drain, and Sewer Pipe for Nonpressure (Gravity Flow) Applications
 Concrete Sewer Pipe Dimensions ASTM C14 – Nonreinforced Round Sewer and Culvert Pipe for Nonpressure (Gravity Flow) Applications
 Excavation Removal Rates Excavation Removal Capacity Volume Rates vs Methods. The cost of excavation depends on many factors, including the volume and nature of the material to be excavated, the method used, the distance moved and disposition of the excavated material, and backfill considerations.
 Concrete Long Term Creep Deflections per. ACI 318 Equations Long-term deflection is caused by creep and shrinkage of the concrete. The long-term deformation develops rapidly at first and then slows down, being largely complete after approximately five years.
 Capillary Number and Pressure Formulas and Calculators The capillary number (Nc) is a dimensionless quantity representing the relative effect of viscous drag forces versus surface tension forces acting across an interface between a liquid and a gas, or between two immiscible liquids.
 Fractional Flow Curve Formulas and Calculator A fractional flow curve (fw versus Sw) is used to describe the immiscible fluid displacement process, Sw (prevailing water saturation)
 Odor Control and Odor Thresholds Ventilation engineering: (1) contemporary construction methods result in buildings that allow less air infiltration through the building envelope; (2) indoor sources of odors associated with modern building materials, furnishings, and office equipment have increased; (3) outdoor air is often polluted; and (4) energy costs encourage lower ventilation rates at a time when requirements for a relatively odor-free environment are greater than ever.
 Flow over Channel Rise Hump Formula In the case of flow in a constant width (b) horizontal rectangular channel with a small rise on the floor (Figure 1),
 Engineering Properties Southern Pine Lumber Engineering Properties of Visually Graded Southern Pine Lumber. Lumber Visually Graded Dimension, Engineering Design Properties - Engineering design values are for normal load duration and dry service conditions
 Engineering Properties Structural Lumber Douglas-Fir-Larch, Hem-Fir, Spruce-Pine-Fir Engineering Properties of Visually Graded Structural Lumber Douglas-Fir-Larch, Hem-Fir, Spruce-Pine-Fir.
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