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Unformatted text preview: A 2y2 3.21 m2 A y b 2.53 m Ans. It is constructive to see what flow rate a half-hexagon and semicircle would carry for the same area of 3.214 m2. For the half-hexagon (HH), with 1/31/2 0.577, Eq. (10.25) predicts 2 yHH[2(1 A or yHH 1.362 m, whence Rh Q 0.5772)1/2 1 2 y 0.577] 2 1.732yHH 3.214 0.681 m. The half-hexagon flow rate is thus 1.0 (3.214)(0.681)2/3(0.001)1/2 0.015 5.25 m3/s or about 5 percent more than that for the rectangle. D2/8, or D 2.861 m, whence P For a semicircle, A 3.214 m2 Rh A/P 3.214/4.484 0.715 m. The semicircle flow rate will thus be Q 1.0 (3.214)(0.715)2/3(0.001)1/2 0.015 1 2 D 4.494 m and 5.42 m3/s or about 8 percent more than that of the rectangle and 3 percent more than that of the halfhexagon. 10.4 Specific Energy; Critical Depth As suggested by Bakhmeteff [13] in 1911, the specific energy E is a useful parameter in channel flow | v v E | e-Text Main Menu | y Textbook Table of Contents V2 2g | (10.28) Study Guide 672 Chapter 10 Open-Channel Flow where y is the water depth. It is seen from Fig. 10.8a that E is the height...
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