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Last Update: 16 Aug 2018
Version 8.1.0
Urban Storm Water Management (MSMA)Urban Storm Water Management (MSMA)

This manual has forty-eight chapters and is divided into eleven parts is given in appendix 1 (Table of Contents). The first three parts contain background information on environmental process and stormwater management, administration aspects and planning processes. The remaining parts contain detailed information on hydrology and hydraulics, runoff quantity control and conveyance, structural and non-structural water quality controls, water quality controls during construction, vegetation and watercourse management and special stormwater applications.

 

Table of Content

 

Part A : Introduction


Part F : Runoff Conveyance
Roof and Property Drainage
Stormwater Inlets
Pipe Drains
Open Drains
Culvert
Engineered Waterways
Hydraulic Structures

Part G : Post Construction Runoff Quality Controls
Stormwater Quality Monitoring
Filtration

Infiltration
Oil Separators
Gross Pollutant Traps
Constructed Ponds and Wetlands
Housekeeping Practices
Community Education
Part H : Construction Runoff Quality Controls
Action to Control Erosion and Sediment
Erosion and Sediment Control Measures
Contractor Activity Control Measures
Erosion and Sediment Control Plans
Part I : Special Application
Landscaping
Riparian Vegetation and Watercourse Management
Subsoil Drainage
Pumped Drainage
Lowland, Tidal and Small Island Drainage
Hillside Drainage
Wet Weather Wastewater Overflows
Malaysian Perspective
Environment Processes
Stormwater Management

Part B : Administration
Design Acceptance Criteria
Institutional and Legal Framework

Authority Requirement and Documentation

Part C : Planning
Planning Framework
Strategic Planning

Master Planning

Choice of Management

Part D : Hydrology and Hydraulics
Hydrologic Design Concepts
Hydraulic Fundamentals

Design Rainfall
Flow Estimation and Routing

Pollutant Estimation, Transport and Retention
Stormwater System Design

Computer Models and Softwares

Part E : Runoff Quantity Control

Principle of Quantity Control
On-site Detention

Community and Regional Detention
On-site and Community Retention

Regional Retention