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Unformatted text preview: g friction correlation, Eq. (10.16), used almost universally by hydraulics engineers, instead of the Moody friction factor? During horizontal channel flow over a bump, is the specific energy constant? Explain. Cite some similarities, and perhaps some dissimilarities, between a hydraulic jump and a gas-dynamic normalshock wave. | v v W10.1 | e-Text Main Menu | W10.8 W10.9 W10.10 W10.11 W10.12 W10.13 Give three examples of rapidly varied flow. For each case, cite reasons why it does not satisfy one or more of the five basic assumptions of gradually varied flow theory. Is a free overfall, Fig. 10.15e, similar to a weir? Could it be calibrated versus flow rate in the same manner as a weir? Explain. Cite some similarities, and perhaps some dissimilarities, between a weir and a Bernoulli obstruction flowmeter from Sec. 6.7. Is a bump, Fig. 10.9a, similar to a weir? If not, when does a bump become large enough, or sharp enough, to be a weir? After doing some reading and/or thinking, explain the design and operation of a long-...
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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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