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Jerry D. Morrow, PE
The design of a culvert is influenced by cost, hydraulic efficiency, purpose, and the topography at the proposed culvert site. Thus physical data must be integrated with engineering and economic considerations. The information contained in this chapter should give the design engineer the ability to design culverts taking into account the factors that influence their design and selection. While computer programs are often used for design, the input data requires knowledge of what effects the data has and what conditions must be evaluated.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials. gions.
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