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|Seepage (mm/hour)||Rate of seepage loss into the surrounding soil
 
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|width = 210px|Berm height (mm)||This is the height of the curb which constrains the overland sheet flow of water. Where the bottom of the slope discharges directly into another LID facility without impedance, the value is 0. 
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|Surface roughness (Manning’s n)||Lower numbers indicate less surface obstruction and result in faster flow. <br>
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Suggested range for mown grass (dependent on density) 0.03 – 0.06 <ref name = SWMM> Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. Dept. of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering.; Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati ONRMRL. Storm Water Management Model Reference Manual Volume I Hydrology (Revised). 2016:233.https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPURL.cgi?Dockey=P100NYRA.txt  Accessed August 23, 2017.</ref>
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|Surface slope (%)||If the slope > 3%, consider using small [[Checkdams]] or weirs to permit temporary ponding, increase infiltration, and slow flow to reduce erosion. 
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|Swale side slopes (run/rise)||Suggested value of 3 or 4 if design permits [[Enhanced swales]]
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Name User-assigned swaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades. name
Upstream Node Name of node on the inlet end of the swaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades. (which is normally the end at higher elevation)
Downstream Node Name of node on the outlet end of the swaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades. (which is normally the end at lower elevation)
Length (m) Length of the swaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades.
Manning's Roughness Manning's roughness coefficient
Upstream Invert Offset (m) Depth of swaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades. invert above node invert at inlet end of the swaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades.
Downstream Invert Offset (m) Depth or elevation of the swaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades. invert above the node invert at the outlet end of the swaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades.
Depth (m) Depth of the swaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades.
Bottom Width (m) Bottom width of the trapezoidal swaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades. (i.e., open channel)
For a triangular channel, enter 0
Left Side Slope (m/m) Left side slope (run/rise)
Right Side Slope (m/m) Right side slope (run/rise)
Seepage (mm/hour) Rate of seepage loss into the surrounding soil
Surface
BermA compacted earthen wall that diverts runoff or creates shallow ponding of runoff. In some cases, runoff ponds behind the berm and gradually flows through it or is infiltrated. height (mm) This is the height of the curb which constrains the overland sheet flow of water. Where the bottom of the slope discharges directly into another LIDLow Impact Development. A stormwater management strategy that seeks to mitigate the impacts of increased urban runoff and stormwater pollution by managing it as close to its source as possible. It comprises a set of site design approaches and small scale stormwater management practices that promote the use of natural systems for infiltration and evapotranspiration, and rainwater harvesting. facility without impedance, the value is 0.
Surface roughness (Manning’s n) Lower numbers indicate less surface obstruction and result in faster flow.
Suggested range for mown grass (dependent on density) 0.03 – 0.06 [1]
Surface slope (%) If the slope > 3%, consider using small Checkdams or weirs to permit temporary ponding, increase infiltrationThe slow movement of water into or through a soil or drainage system.Penetration of water through the ground surface., and slow flow to reduce erosion(1) The wearing away of the land surface by moving water, wind, ice or other geological agents, including such processes as gravitation creep; (2) Detachment and movement of soil or rock fragments by water, wind, ice or gravity (i.e. Accelerated, geological, gully, natural, rill, sheet, splash, or impact, etc)..
SwaleA shallow constructed channel, often grass-lined, which is used as an alternative to curb and channel, or as a pretreatment to other measures. Swales are generally characterized by a broad top width to depth ratio and gentle grades. side slopes (run/rise) Suggested value of 3 or 4 if design permits Enhanced swales
  1. Oregon State Univ., Corvallis. Dept. of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering.; Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati ONRMRL. Storm Water Management Model Reference Manual Volume I Hydrology (Revised). 2016:233.https://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPURL.cgi?Dockey=P100NYRA.txt Accessed August 23, 2017.