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1. Abstract This report is mainly about the flow characteristics over a rectangular notch and a triangular(V) notch. The discharge coefficient of the fluid flow for both notch are also have been defined through this experiment for different height(H) with C d recorded is 1.26,0.59,0.66,0.74,0.63 and 0.73 (v notch) .where as for rectangular notch is 1.64,0.83,0.89,0.90, and 0.87 In order to achieve the objective, every depth of water with increment height of 0.001m with different notches as the variable was recorded in this experiment. The amount of volume is set constant for easier calculation at 0.003m 3 . Graphs have been plotted from the data obtained for analyzing the flow characteristics. For the rectangular graphs, the discharge coefficient C d decrease slowly, then it reaches almost constant value for the rest. Very differ from triangular notch which is, the discharge
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