Storm Events

    Figure 1: Crowned standard concrete directs flow to pervious concrete.
Figure 1: Crowned standard concrete directs flow to pervious concrete.
Figure 3: Runoff being infiltrated by pervious concrete.
Figure 3: Runoff being infiltrated by pervious concrete.
   Figure 2: Runoff from impervious area running onto pervious concrete.
Figure 2: Runoff from impervious area running onto pervious concrete.
Figure 4: More runoff infiltration. Notice runoff depth of penetration.
Figure 4: More runoff infiltration. Notice runoff depth of penetration.
Figure 5: Port Depth vs. Time for 2004 storm with 0.33 inches of rain (small storm event)
Figure 5: Port Depth vs. Time for 2004 storm with 0.33 inches of rain (small storm event).
Figure 7: Comparison of July 7th Storms.
Figure 7: Comparison of July 7th Storms.
Figure 6: Port Depth vs. Time for 2005 storm with 1.9 inches of rain (large storm event).
Figure 6: Port Depth vs. Time for 2005 storm with 1.9 inches of rain (large storm event).

*Note: No outflow occurs to until overflow reaches a port depth of 11 1/2 inches.