Estimate the normal discharge in galmin for which the

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Unformatted text preview: ode sand particles of diameter dp is approximated by crit P10.30 P10.34 gRhS0 av P10.29 P10.33 s )g dp n2 P10.36 EES P10.37 P10.38 45˚ P10.40 P10.31 v v | e-Text Main Menu | n1 y1 y1 P10.35 R=1m P10.32 A 2-m-diameter clay tile sewer pipe runs half full on a slope of 0.25°. Compute the normal flow rate in gal/min. y2 b2 P10.39 90˚ n2 y2 0.5 where s 2400 kg/m3 is the density of sand. If the slope of the channel in Fig. P10.17 is 1 900 and n 0.014, determine the maximum water depth to keep from eroding particles of 1-mm diameter. A clay tile V-shaped channel, with an included angle of 90°, is 1 km long and is laid out on a 1 400 slope. When running at a depth of 2 m, the upstream end is suddenly closed while the lower end continues to drain. Assuming quasi-steady normal discharge, find the time for the channel depth to drop to 20 cm. A storm drain has the cross section shown in Fig. P10.31 and is laid on a slope of 1.5 m/km. If it is constructed of brickwork, find the normal discharge when it is exactly half full of...
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