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1062 for entrance conditions v0 1 ms and y0 1 m let

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Unformatted text preview: lete family of surface profiles for hmax 0.02° 1 cm up to 35 cm (which is the solution of Prob. 10.64). P10.66 In Fig. P10.62 let V0 6 m/s and y0 1 m. If the maximum bump height is 35 cm, estimate (a) the Froude numP10.59 ber over the top of the bump and (b) the maximum inModify Prob. 10.59 as follows. Again assuming uniform crease in the water-surface level. subcritical approach flow (V1, y1), find (a) the flow rate P10.67 In Fig. P10.62 let V 6 m/s and y0 1 m. If the flow 0 and (b) y2 for which the Froude number Fr2 at the crest over the top of the bump is exactly critical (Fr 1.0), of the bump is exactly 0.8. determine the bump height hmax. Modify Prob. 10.59 as follows. Again assuming uniform P10.68 Modify Prob. 10.65 to have a supercritical approach consubcritical approach flow (V1, y1), find (a) the flow rate dition V0 6 m/s and y0 1 m. If you have time for and (b) y2 for which the flow at the crest of the bump is only one case, use hmax 35 cm (Prob. 10.66), for which exactly critical (Fr2 1...
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This note was uploaded on 10/27/2009 for the course MAE 101a taught by Professor Sakar during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

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