B
C
A
B
D
A
E
C
25
Dx
254.1
y
P
2I
I10
I10
P
2IA
25
20
Determine of the structure shown in Fig. P4-1 for the given parameters:
Fig. P4-1
,
Case 1:
Case 2:
Case 3:
Compare the solutions by the Energy method and the slope-deflection equations and
provide co
d0
/2
1
d/2
x 11
32
44
yield elastic yield
1
b
Shape factor 1.5
3
cylinder 2 of5.1
2
1.59
5
3
1.0 7
6
c8
cy
Fig. P5-1
t: .28
constant
1 34.20
6
1
5
C
In order to minimize the potential stress concentration at the reentrant corners at
x
the bottom of a re
y
y
x
B
P
x
20
y
20
A
20
B
(a)
15
P
25
(b)
y
M
B
M
1.1
B
M
B
M
B
M
B
C
Using 4th order DE, determine the lowest three critical loads.
Determine the lowest two critical loads.
B
MM
Q Py+
M/ x
P+Q
M/
Fig. P1-1
(a)
a.
b.
c.
, from b, A=0
d.
, since A=C=0,
ei
Auburn University
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110- Hydraulics- Fall 2013
Homework assignment 4
1) The nozzle in the figure is shaped such that the velocity of flow varies linearly from the
base of the nozzle (diameter D) to its tip (diameter d).
Fall 2013
Quiz 3 Chapter 6
Hydraulics CIVL 3110
Closed Book 1-page note
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Quiz 3 October 28, 2013 (value 17 pts)
Name: _
HONOR PLEDGE
I pledge that I have neither received nor
Auburn University
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110- Hydraulics- Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 1 Due on August 30, 2013
1) The ocean water density at the lowest point of the Marianas Trench, at the bottom of
the Pacific Ocean is 4.96% above standa
Auburn University
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110- Hydraulics- Fall 2013
Homework assignment 5
1. A Venturi tube in a water pipeline has a differential manometer gaging pressure difference between
the upstream end and the throat (most contracted
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 8
1. A firefighter team handles a 1 -in diameter fire hose discharging a flow rate of 180 gpm. If the hose
weight is 90 lbf (vertical), calculate the forc
(in)
(in)
Ix(in)
Iy(in)
Ibottom(in)
12
Properties
Ix
Iy
rx
ry
Properties
Ix
Iy
Ixy
p
rx
ry
rmin
Measurements(in4)
AISC values
22.1 in4
2.99 in4
2.49 in
Error(%)
0.918 in
Measurements(in4)
AISC values
Error(%)
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 10
1. Solve problem 7.19 in textbook for the kinetic correction factor () as is, then solving it again
assuming all length measurements (pipe radius and d
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 9
1. Modification of textbook problem 6.33: Perform calculations assuming that instead 45 degrees the
angle is 135 degrees, and instead of 90 degrees the
Fall 2013
Comprehensive
Hydraulics CIVL 3110
Closed Book 1-page note
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Final December 11, 20113 TOTAL 45 POINTS
Name: _
HONOR PLEDGE
I pledge that I have neither received nor p
Fall 2013
Quiz 1 Chapters 1 to 3
Hydraulics CIVL 3110
Closed Book 1-page note
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Quiz 1 September 11, 2013 (value 17 pts)
Name: _
HONOR PLEDGE
I pledge that I have neither recei
Fall 2013
Midterm Exam Chapter 2-5
Hydraulics CIVL 3110
Closed Book 1-page note
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Midterm Exam October 9, 2013 (value 24 pts)
Name: _
HONOR PLEDGE
I pledge that I have neither
Fall 2013
Quiz 2 Chapter 4
Hydraulics CIVL 3110
Closed Book 1-page note
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Quiz 2 September 25, 2013 (value 17 pts)
Name: _
HONOR PLEDGE
I pledge that I have neither received no
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 7
1. A stormwater retention basin has a rectangular shape and plan area dimensions 30x 70. Assume for
simplicity that the lateral walls are vertical. A re
Auburn University
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110- Hydraulics- Fall 2013
Homework assignment 3 Due on September 13th, 2012
1)
Calculate the magnitude of F vertical and F horizontal per unit width so that the gate is stable.
Consider the weight o
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 6
1. Consider a real field
measurement of a
stream flow rate that
has been performed
north of Trussville, AL.
Measuring stations
were spaced 1 ft apart
in
AUBURN UNIVERSITY
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110 Hydraulics Fall 2013
Homework Assignment 11
Note in all problems involving representation of HGL/EGL: Create these diagrams carefully. Draw to
scale, represent correctly energy slopes, and prefer
Auburn University
Department of Civil Engineering
CIVL 3110- Hydraulics- Fall 2013
Homework assignment 2 Due on September 6th, 2013
1. A mercury manometer (SGHg=13.6)
connected at the upstream side of a pump
shows a deflection hm=0.10 m as shown on
the fi
7.1
Eq. (7.4.2) can be nondimensionalized to investigate the influence of the various
parameters affecting the lateral-torsional buckling strength.
(P7.1.1)
where . After introducing the following identities:
(P7.1.2)
and the abbreviation
(P7.1.3)
one get
6.1 Develop the buckling strength envelope for a simply supported column of light gage
channel section shown in Fig. P6-1. Material properties and dimensions of the cross
section are as follows:
Fig. P6-1
Solution
SECP computes the following section prope
CIVL 3610 Laboratory
Loads Assignment
Due: Beginning of Lab Feb. 22-25
A. Read Canvas course notes under Loads. Read Section 1.3 in the Structural
Analysis textbook.
B. Read and perform all three testing procedures of Exercise 25 in the lab
manual.
C. Wri
CIVL 3610 Laboratory
Cross-Sectional Properties Assignment
Due: Beginning of Lab Feb. 15-18
Read Canvas course notes under Cross-Sectional Properties. More explanation
may be found in a Mechanics of Materials textbook, e.g. Appendix A of Hibbelers
Mechani
CIVL 3610 Laboratory
Computerized Structural Analysis Assignment
Due: Lab Session of Feb. 29-Mar. 3
A. Read Canvas lab course notes and reference material under Computerized
Structural Analysis. For additional assistance with SAP2000, refer to the
annotat
CIVL 3610 Laboratory
Torsion Assignment
Due: End of Lab Session of Apr. 18-21
Review Canvas notes on Torsion. Review the portions of your Mechanics of
Materials textbook related to torsion and theories of failure (e.g. Sections 5.1, 5.2,
5.4, 5.9, and 10.
CIVL 3610 Laboratory
Flexural Deformations Assignment
Due: 4:00 p.m., Apr. 22
Review course notes on Flexural Behavior. Review the portions of your Structural
Analysis or Mechanics of Materials books that explain methods for predicting
deformations of fle
CIVL 3610 Laboratory
Term Project Assignment
Due: 4:00 pm, Apr 26, 2016
Design Competition
Task
You are to design and construct a model bridge to carry traffic loads across a clear span of 17 in.
A vertical clearance of 3 in. is required for a 6 in.-wide
CIVL 3610 Laboratory
Tensile Stress-Strain Relationships Assignment
Due: Lab Session of Mar. 21-24
Review course notes on Tensile Stress-Strain Relationships. Review the portion
of your Mechanics of Materials textbook related to tensile stress-strain beha
CIVL 3610 Laboratory
Thin-Walled Pressure Vessel Assignment
Due: Lab Session of April 4-7
Review Canvas course notes on Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels and
Transformations of Stress and Strain. Review the portions of your Mechanics of
Materials textbook rela
CIVL 3610 Laboratory
Introductory Assignment
Initial Draft Due: See End of Assignment
Final Draft Due: Beginning of Lab Session, Feb 8-11
Read all of Part I (Chapters 16) of the laboratory manual and all Canvas course
notes under Introductory Material. Re