Culvert Design using HY-8

A guide to designing culverts for access roads and laneways supporting agricultural conservation projects
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By end of the course, you will be able to use HY-8 to design and size a roadway culvert

Requirements

  • A windows PC, with administrative rights to install HY-8
  • A letter size printer for the class exercises

Description

This course will guide you through using HY-8 to analyze culverts. You'll watch short demonstration videos and then apply what you've learned to class exercises, and then check you work. Focus is on applying the software to real problems - does not delve deeply into hydraulics, hydrology, erosion control, fish passage, or construction.

Who this course is for:

  • Conservation Professionals and junior engineers

Course content

3 sections13 lectures10h 35m total length
  • Basics, Terms, Definitions and Flow Types
    15:30
  • Reading: HDS-5 Hydraulic Design of Highway Culverts
    328 pages
  • Understanding the basics
    7 questions
  • Introduction to Fish Passage (AOP)
    06:48
  • Reading: Vermont Stream Crossing Handbook
    14 pages
  • Reading: HEC-26 Culvert Design for Aquatic Organism Passage
    234 pages
  • HY-8 User Interface
    10:07
  • Exploring HY-8
    4 questions

Instructor

Conservation Planning, Design & Implementation across NY!
Tim Clark
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 1,921 Reviews
  • 28,048 Students
  • 5 Courses

Tim is a NY State Registered Professional Engineer with a diverse background in agricultural conservation, civil/site design, railway design, aviation design, and highway design. He is currently the State Engineer for the New York State Soil and Water Conservation Committee housed at the NY State Department of Agriculture and Markets, where he is dedicated to improving the planning, design, and construction of conservation practices across New York State.