Colorado, USA, 19 July 2006: MWH Soft, a provider of environmental and water resources applications software, has announced the release of ‘Comprehensive Urban Hydrologic Modeling Handbook for Engineers and Planners’ – a resource for anyone involved in the design, operation, protection, and management of urban infrastructure systems.
Written by industry experts, Comprehensive Urban Hydrologic Modeling Handbook for Engineers and Planners is an advanced comprehensive reference on the various aspects of surface water hydrology including hydrologic processes, analysis, and design. A working handbook for engineers, hydrologists, students, urban planners and practitioners, it covers both the practical and theoretical aspects of urban hydrology, hydraulics, and storm water quality modeling.
The book brings together the principles and tools available for evaluating the quantity and quality of storm water, and presents them in a manner that can be easily understood. Moreover, it provides guidance on methods of managing and controlling storm water in the urban environment. 150 solved problems place special emphasis on the application of these tools and methods.