Stormwater Management

Technical Paper

Design, Construction, and Calibration of an Apparatus for Large-Scale Testing of Catch Basin Inserts (CBIs)

Monday, February 12
9:10 AM - 10:10 AM

PDH: 1

Location: 101A

Level of Presentation: All: Suitable for a broad audience

An in-depth discussion on the design, construction, and calibration of an apparatus for the large-scale testing of catch basin inserts (CBIs). The apparatus was developed to evaluate sediment removal efficiency of CBI products as a post-construction sediment control tool.

An in-depth discussion on the design, construction, and calibration of an apparatus for the large-scale testing of catch basin inserts (CBIs). The apparatus was developed to evaluate sediment removal efficiency of CBI products as a post-construction sediment control tool.

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Target Audience: Contractor,Developer/Builder,Engineer,Government Agency,Storm Water

Dakota L. Basham

Graduate Research Assistant
Auburn University - Department of Civil Engineering

Dakota Basham is a graduate student at Auburn University pursuing a Master’s of Science in Civil Engineering. Dakota earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Kentucky in 2016. His research involves measuring performance and pollutant removal efficiency of catch basin inserts for the Ohio Department of Transportation and investigating the use of Unmanned Aerial Systems for construction inspection applications.

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