HW ASSIGN #2 - (in feet) for a diffuser with an entering...

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CE 356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering HWK SET #2 Assigned the week of Jan 25, 2010 Due Feb 2, 2010 Problem #1 For a flowrate Q = 8 cfs, determine the minor headloss (in feet) for a sudden contraction with an entering pipe diameter of 18 in. and an exit pipe diameter of 12 in. Problem #2 For a flowrate Q = 8 cfs, determine the minor headloss (in feet) for a confusor with an entering pipe diameter of 18 in. and an exit pipe diameter of 12 in. and a transition length of 8 in. Problem #3 For a flowrate Q = 8 cfs, determine the minor headloss (in feet) for a sudden expansion with an entering pipe diameter of 12 in. and an exit pipe diameter of 18 in. Problem #4 For a flowrate Q = 8 cfs, determine the minor headloss
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Unformatted text preview: (in feet) for a diffuser with an entering pipe diameter of 12 in. and an exit pipe diameter of 18 in. and a transition length of 8 in. Problem #5 Given an upper reservoir with surface elev = 681 ft msl Water flows out of the reservoir and into 1000 ft 16 in smooth concrete pipeline, through a sudden contraction, into a 1500 ft 12 in rough concrete pipeline and arrives at a point below the surface of a lower reservoir. The water is at 70 deg F water is flowing at 9.5 cfs. What is the elevation of the surface of the lower reservoir ? Problem #6 Given the same system what would the flowrate be if the lower reservoir is at elevation 600 ft msl ?...
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