Drainage Pipe Strength, Cover, and Bedding - 3 PDH
2. SELECTION OF TYPE OF PIPE
3. SELECTION OF N VALUES
4. RESTRICTED USE OF BITUMINOUS-COATED PIPE
5. MINIMUM COVER
6. CLASSES OF BEDDING AND INSTALLATION
7. STRENGTH OF PIPE
8. RIGID PIPE
9. FLEXIBLE PIPE
1O. BEDDING OF PIPE (CULVERTS AND STORM DRAINS)
Upon completion of this course you will:
Learn about the strength and functional characteristics of different types of drainage pipe available commercially;
Learn guidelines for selection of an appropriate coefficient of roughness (“n”) for different types of drainage pipe;
Learn minimum cover recommendations for different types of drainage pipe;
Learn maximum cover recommendations to avoid the possibility of crushing underground pipe and conduits;
Learn the different classes of bedding for underground pipe and conduits;
Learn the strength properties of rigid and flexible conduit and pipe materials; and
Learn about bedding for culverts and storm drains..
This course is intended for civil engineers and other design and construction professionals wanting an introduction to underground drainage pipe and conduit, and cover and bedding.
Benefit for Attendee
This course will give civil engineers and other design and construction professionals an introduction to strengths and limitations of different types of drainage pipe and conduit.
This is an introduction to methods for drainage pipe and conduit design and construction.
This course will give you guidance you can apply when designing drainage systems using buried pipes and conduit.