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Urban drainage networks are designed according to a series of regulations and methodologies that seek for an adequate operation of the system while transporting the urban wastewater and runoff. The design methodologies are founded in empirical or physically based flow resistance equations, such as Manning's and Darcy-Weisbach's equation, respectively. This work presents a statistical analysis over the costs obtained using the mentioned equations, considering different scenarios and materials.doi:10.15131/shef.data.5363788.v1 fatcat:n2haqkwtcbfpva5elqxui5b2my