The University of Texas at Austin
Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering
C E 356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering Spring 2016
Homework Assignment 8
Due Thursday, April 7 (beginning of class)
Note: Values of conversions and cons
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ELEMENTS OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
CE 356 Fall 2016
15560, 15565
Homework assignment 3
Due Tuesday Sep 20th beginning of class
Problem 1 (25 points)
The ductile iron pipe is connecting reservoirs A and B, as illustrated below. Given that the water
temperat
ELEMENTS OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
CE 356 Fall 2016
15560, 15565
Homework assignment 4
Due Thursday Sep 29th beginning of class
Problem 1 (25 points)
A two loop network is illustrated in the figure below. The length, diameter, and nodal demands
are listed
ELEMENTS OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
CE 356 Fall 2016
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Homework assignment 2
Due Tuesday Sep 13th beginning of class
Problem 1 (20 points)
1. Two points A and B are connected by a 500mm diameter cast iron pipe of 3 km length. Point
B is 100 meter
ELEMENTS OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
CE 356 Fall 2016
15560, 15565
Homework assignment 5
Due Thursday Oct 20th beginning of class
Problem 1 (10 points)
A centrifugal pump is installed in a pipeline between two reservoirs. The pump is required to
deliver a fl
Problem 4 (25 points)
Consider the system illustrated in the figure below. The pump conveys water from reservoir A to
reservoir B. Given that: LAB = 8km, D = 20cm, e = 0.12mm, HA = 100m, HB = 160m, =
1.0010-6[m2/s], and for all minor losses amount to k =
ELEMENTS OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
CE 356 Fall 2016
15560, 15565
Homework assignment 3
Due Tuesday Sep 20th beginning of class
Problem 1 (25 points)
The ductile iron pipe is connecting reservoirs A and B, as illustrated below. Given that the water
temperat
CE 356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering
Homework 2 Solution
Problem 1 (20 points)
1. Two points A and B are connected by a 500mm diameter cast iron pipe of 3 km length. Point
B is 100 meters lower than A, and the pressure heads measured in A and B are 15
ELEMENTS OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING
CE 356 Fall 2016
15560, 15565
Homework assignment 4
Due Thursday Sep 29th beginning of class
Problem 1 (25 points)
A two loop network is illustrated in the figure below. The length, diameter, and nodal demands
are listed
CE 356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering
Homework 1 Solution
Problem 1.
A 100 mm diameter pipe carries water at 20oC.
1.1 Calculate the largest flow rate for which laminar flow can be expected.
D
Re =
D diameter = 0.1 [m]
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2
kinematic viscosity at 20
CE 356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering
HWK SET #3
Assigned the week of Sept 6, 2015 Due Sept 15, 2015
Problem #1 A Gould A-30 pump will add 50 ft of pressure head to the
48 deg F water flowing in a 6 inch diameter commercial steel pipeline
flowing at 6
CE 356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering
HWK SET #2
Assigned the week of Aug 30, 2015 Due Sept 8, 2015
Problem #1 Develop a BSS to solve the Colebrook Equation. Use
your Colebrook BSS to determine the Darcy-Weisbach friction factor
for a 10 inch diameter
CE 356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering
HWK SET #1
Assigned the week of Aug 23, 2015 Due Sept 1, 2015
Problem #1 Download the Thank You Dr. Burgin Table from Canvas
and put a hard copy in your course notebook.
Done.
Problem #2 Download a Moody Diagram fr
CE 356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering
HWK SET #1
Assigned the week of Aug 23, 2015 Due Sept 1, 2015
Problem #1 Download the Thank You Dr. Burgin Table from Canvas
and put a hard copy in your course notebook.
Problem #2 Download a Moody Diagram from the
CE 356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering
HWK SET #3
Assigned the week of Sept 6, 2015 Due Sept 15, 2015
Problem #1 A Gould A-30 pump will add 50 ft of pressure head to the
48 deg F water flowing in a 6 inch diameter commercial steel pipeline
flowing at 6
CE 356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering
HWK SET #2
Assigned the week of Aug 30, 2015 Due Sept 8, 2015
Problem #1 Develop a BSS to solve the Colebrook Equation. Use
your Colebrook BSS determine the Darcy-Weisbach friction factor for
a 10 inch diameter cas