AC 150/5320-5C - Surface Drainage Design
150/5320-5C - Surface Drainage Design
- Date Issued
- September 29, 2006
- Responsible Office
- AAS-100, Office of Airport Safety & Standards - Airport Engineering Division
Provides guidance for engineers, airport managers, and the public in the design and maintenance of airport surface drainage systems. Combines existing surface drainage topics covered in different agency manuals into one Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) document that will serve as the design and analysis standard for surface drainage for FAA and the Department of Defense. Consolidated file contains Change 1.
The AC is 12.7 MB (see Complete file). Because of its size, the AC has been broken into several parts to make it easier to download (see Parts 1-13).
- 150/5320-5C (Complete) (PDF, 12.70 MB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 1: Coversheet, Forward, Table of Contents) (PDF, 825 KB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 2: Chapters 1-2) (PDF, 821 KB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 3: Chapter 3) (PDF, 1.12 MB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 4: Chapter 4 (A)) (PDF, 2.15 MB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 5: Chapter 4 (B)) (PDF, 2.10 MB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 6: Chapter 4 (C)) (PDF, 927 KB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 7: Chapters 5-6) (PDF, 667 KB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 8: Chapters 7-8) (PDF, 1.51 MB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 9: Chapters 9-10) (PDF, 976 KB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 10: Chapters 11-12) (PDF, 282 KB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 11: Glossary, Appendix A) (PDF, 94 KB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 12: Appendix B) (PDF, 1.22 MB)
- 150/5320-5C (Part 13: Appendices C-G, Index) (PDF, 2.06 MB)
Change 1 - Surface Drainage Design
Provides guidance about the design and construction of subsurface drainage facilities for paved runways, taxiways, and aprons where the water can be drained from the pavement structure by gravity flow.
Draft AC 150/5320-5D, Airport Drainage Design
This AC provides guidance about the design and construction of airport surface storm drainage systems and subsurface drainage systems for paved runways, taxiways, and aprons. Among the topics it addresses are grading, erosion and sediment control, underdrains, water quality and quantity control, and storm sewers.