Problem 10.12: Find the hydraulic conductivity of an artesian aquifer being pumped by a fully
penetrating well. The aquifer is 130 ft thick and is composed of medium sand. The steady-state
pumping rate is 1,300 gpm. The drawdown in an observation well 65
CE3354EngineeringHydrology
Homework #3 Solution
Problem 3.1
This chapter employs Siletz River data for the continuous period 1925-1999. As of this writing,
peak flow data through water year 2010 are available on the USGS Oregon surface water data
webpage
CE 3354 Engineering Hydrology
Assignment 2 Solution
This assignment makes use of 3 files that are provided:
Kendallcontourws.png (This file is used for Problem 1)
Junction.png (This file is used for Problem 2)
TX_Katemcy_20121203_TM_geo_location.pdf (This
CE3354EngineeringHydrology
Homework 1 Solution
Problem 1
Solve problems 1.6 - 1.9 from your text book.
Problem 1.6
A lake with a surface area of 1050 acres was monitored over a period of time. During a onemonth period, the inflow was 33 cfs, the outflow w
1
OUTLINE
Unit Hydrographs
Theory
Data Analysis to construct a UH
Chapter 7 CMM
2
UNIT HYDROGRAPHS
What is a unit hydrograph?
How are they used?
How are they built from data (analysis)?
How are they built when data do not exist (synthesis)?
3
WHAT IS A UN
CE 3354 Engineering Hydrology
Lecture 5: Watershed Metrics; Data Analysis; Hydrologic Cycle
Outline
ES-2 Solution
Data Analysis and Preparation
Hydrologic Cycle; Risk Based Design
Regression Equation
ES-2: Watershed Delineation
Id
Blaney-Criddle ET Estimator
North Latitude
Latitude
Month
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
5 <=Degrees Latitude (0-60, increments of 5)
T_mean
p-Value
ET_o
0.27
0.27
0.27
0.28
0.28
0.28
0.28
0.28
0.28
0.27
0.27
0.27
2.16
2.16
2.16
2.24
2.24
Homework 4 Solutions
Problem 2.30: Given an initial rate of infiltration equal to 1.5 inch/hour and a final capacity of 0.5
in/hr, use Hortons equation to find the infiltration capacity at the following times: t= 10 min, 15
min, 30 min, 1 hr, 2 hr, 4 hr,
Homework Assignment- History of water, Hydrology, Hydraulics
The following terms have a relationship to hydrology and water resources.
Research each term and find the relationship to hydrology, hydraulic engineering, or watersheds.
Write a short descripti
CE 3303-001
Mechanics of Solids
Spring 2013
Homework Assignment 09 Solutions
Problem 1
Given: The force exerted on the hand causes torsion of the humerus. Assume the cross-section of this
wrestlers humerus is approximated as hollow with an outer diameter
CE 3354 Engineering Hydrology
26 JAN 2016
In-Class Exercise 1. Watershed Delineation
Purpose
Apply principles of watershed delineation to identify drainage areas to points of interest.
Requirements
1) Pencil/pen
2) 11X17 topographic map (to be provided).
CE 3303-001
Mechanics of Solids
Spring 2013
Homework Assignment 07 Solutions
Problem 1
Given: The rubber disk should provide an effective spring
lb
. The disk should be 0.5 in. tall. The
in.
rubber has a Modulus of Elasticity of 400 psi .
constant of 600
CE 3354
ENGINEERING
HYDROLOGY
Lecture 6: Probability Estimation
Modeling
OUTLINE
Probability estimation modeling background
Probability distrobutions
Plotting positions
WHAT IS PROBABILITY ESTIMATION?
Use of probability distributions to model or explai
Problem 9.42: Given the following inflow hydrograph:
Hour
Inflow (cfs)
Outflow (cfs)
6 am
Noon
6 pm
Midnight
6 am
Noon
6 pm
Midnight
100
300
680
500
400
310
230
100
100
Assume that the outflow hydrograph at a section 3 mi downstream is desired.
(a) Comput
P +- R I ET G = S
V = Qt = DA
d
Development of Unit Hydrograph
1.) Separate baseflow from measured
flow using appropriate method
(horizontal line, N=A0.2) to get direct
runoff (DRO) hydrograph.
2.) Calculate total volume of DRO to
determine depth of DRO
1
Problem 3.24: A temporary cofferdam is to be built to protect the 5-year construction activity for
a major cross-valley dam. If the cofferdam us designed to withstand the 20-year flood, what is the
probability that the structure will be overtopped (a) in
Problem 10.26: We are given a well pumping at a rate of 590 gpm. An observation well is
located at r = 180 ft. Find S and T using the Jacob method for the following test data.
Given:
Timeafterpumping
started(min)
26
78
99
131
173
218
266
303
331
364
481
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