Suppose that the flow rate is q 13 m3s m and the

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Unformatted text preview: yc b2 300 m Top view Side view P10.109 | v v P10.110 We assumed frictionless flow in solving the bump case, Prob. 10.65, for which V2 1.21 m/s and y2 0.826 m over the crest when hmax 15 cm, V1 1 m/s, and y1 1 m. However, if the bump is long and rough, friction may be important. Repeat Prob. 10.65 for the same bump shape, h 0.5hmax[1 cos (2 x/L)], to compute conditions (a) at the crest and (b) at the end of the bump, x L. Let hmax 15 cm and L 100 m, and assume a clean-earth surface. P10.111 Modify Prob. 10.110 as follows. Keep all other data the same, and find the bump length L for which the flow first becomes critical somewhere along the bump surface. P10.112 The clean-earth channel in Fig. P10.112 is 6 m wide and slopes at 0.3°. Water flows at 30 m3/s in the channel and enters a reservoir so that the channel depth is 3 m just before the entry. Assuming gradually varied flow, how far is the distance L to a point in the channel where y 2 m? What type of curve is the water surface? | e-Text Main Menu | y1 y2 P...
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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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