CVE 341-Assignement 4_CHAPTER 8

# CVE 341-Assignement - 0.018 for all pipes and carry out maximum thr AB BC CD DE EF AF B 600 600 200 600 600 150 100 150 150 l/s 40l/s B C op 1 Loop

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CV Q.1) Compute the distribution of head loss in each pipe is given by figure. Assume an initial distribu BD= 0. Q.2) Compute the distribution of head loss in each pipe is given by Assume an initial distribution EF=60l/s, AF=100 l/s. Take f=0 Pipe Length (m) Diameter (mm) 220 l/s A Loo F 40 l/s American University of Sharjah Civil Engineering Department VE 341 – WATER RESOURCES ASSIGNMENT 4 f flows in the pipe network shown in Figure belo y h L =rQ 2 and the relative values of r are shown i ution of flows within loop 1 as follows; AB=50 ( Answ f flows in the pipe network shown in Figure belo y h L =rQ 2 of flows within loop 1 as follows; AB=120

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Unformatted text preview: 0.018 for all pipes and carry out maximum thr AB BC CD DE EF AF B 600 600 200 600 600 200 20 250 150 100 150 150 200 10 60 l/s 40l/s B C op 1 Loop 2 E D 30 l/s 50 l/s ( Answer Q B-C low, where the in the same l/s, AD=50 l/s, wer Q A-D =-52.3) low, where the 0 l/s, BE=10 l/s, ree iterations . E 00 00 C =44l/s) Q.3) For the piping system shown in Figure below, determine the flow distribution and piezometric heads at the junctions. Assume that losses are proportional to Q 2 and Q 1 =319 l/s. (Answers Q 7 =-0.035m 3 /s & H D =30.8m)...
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## This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course ECON 201 taught by Professor Ninkovic during the Spring '08 term at Emory.

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CVE 341-Assignement - 0.018 for all pipes and carry out maximum thr AB BC CD DE EF AF B 600 600 200 600 600 150 100 150 150 l/s 40l/s B C op 1 Loop

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