Hydraulic and Water Resources
CEE 340 Dr. Mohamed Kacem, Ph.D., P.E.
Wednesday from 7:10 to 9:50 PM January 12, 2011 Chapter 1 & 2
CHAPTER THREE GROUNDWATER FLOW
1. 1 INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1 Demand for Water
1.1 Development of Water Resources
o How much wa
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 3)
Open Channel Flow
(Part III)
Text: P192-199 (Section 4-3)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Steady Gradually Varied Flow: Governing Equation
V2
V2
1
2
Energy Equation: z1 + y1 + 2 g = z 2 + y 2 + 2 g + h f
Usual
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 2)
Hydraulic Machinery
(Part I)
Text: P413 426 (Sections 8-1 ~ 8-4)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Pump: Applications
Water lifting devices
Covert mechanical energy into fluid energy
Widely used in water res
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 2)
Hydraulic Machinery
(Part II)
Text: P428-438 (Sections 8-6 to 8-10)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Pump: Specific Speed
CH =
H
n D2 / g
CQ =
2
Q
n D3
Combine CH and CQ in a manner that eliminates the diameter
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 1)
Introduction and Basics of Hydrology
(Part III)
Text: P25-58
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Probability Distribution
Probability (P): For discrete variables, the chance for an event X = x to occur,
P(X = x);
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 1)
Introduction and Basics of Hydrology
(Part II)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Review of Hydromechanics: Hydrostatic Pressure
Pressure head
P = w h
h
h
PA = 9.81 kN/m3 (100.00 m 95.00 m)
= 49.05 kN/m2 = 49.05
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 3)
Open Channel Flow
(Part I)
Text: P157-172 (section 4.1 ~ 4.3)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Channel Design: Overall Guidelines
Designed to have a uniform flow, i.e., S0 = S1 = S
Concrete channel designed
Assignment 6 of CEE 340
Due: Mar. 27 (Wednesday)
Name: _!
1. Design a concrete-lined canal to carry a discharge of 10,000 cfs. The canal has a Mannings n
= 0.015 and is to be laid on a longitudinal slope of 0.0007.
(1) If the canal is designed to have a
Assignment 5 of HYDR/ENVE 410
Due: Feb. 27 (Wednesday)
Name:!
1. Consider an impulse turbine with a pitch diameter of 10.0 ft and a bucket angle of "2 = 160.
The jet has a velocity of Vj = 200 ft/sec and a diameter of 2.0 in. Assume that the velocity
rela
Assignment 8 of CEE 340
Due: Apr. 24 (Wednesday)
Name:!
1. The 10-ft-wide horizontal rectangular channel downstream of a sluice gate carries 108 cfs (Figure 1).
The water surface profile shown in the figure is computed by the one-step method.
(1) Label an
Assignment 2 of CEE 340
Due: Jan. 30 (Wednesday)
Name:!
1. A circular culvert 164 ft long extends between two reservoirs as shown in Figure 1. The
difference in water surface elevation ("h) between the two reservoirs is 6.6 ft. The culvert has
a diameter
Assignment 7 of CEE 340
Due: Apr. 10 (Wednesday)
Name:!
1. A hydraulic jump occurs in a 20-ft-wide rectangular channel carrying 250 cfs on a slope of 0.005. The
depth after the jump is 4.0 ft. Neglect the channel bed and bank frictions.
(1) What must be t
Assignment 09 of CEE 340
Due: Self Check
Name:!
1. The plan view and area-capacity curves for a reservoir are shown in Figure 1. The bottom elevation of
the reservoir is 3480 ft. The storage reserved for irrigation is between elevation 3488 and 3514 ft. T
Assignment 4 of CEE 340
Due: Feb. 20 (Wednesday)
Name:!
1. If a centrifugal axial-flow pump with a propeller diameter of 24 inches and an angular speed of 1750
rpm is operated at its maximum operating efficiency,
(1) What discharge and head will be produ
Assignment 1 of CEE 340
Due: Jan. 23 (Wednesday)
Name:!
1. The rating curve for a gauging station is shown in Figure 1. What will be the discharge when the water
level reaches 514 m? What will be the water level for a discharge of 800 m3/s ? Please elabor
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 3)
Open Channel Flow
(Part II)
Text: P172-192 (section 4-3)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Nonuniform Flow
Channels are designed for uniform flow, i.e., S0 = S1 = Sf
Real flows are usually non-uniform, i.e., S
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 2)
Hydraulic Machinery
(Part I)
Text: P413 426 (Sections 8-1 ~ 8-4)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Pump: Applications
Water lifting devices
Covert mechanical energy into fluid energy
Widely used in water res
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 1)
Introduction and Basics of Hydrology
(Part II)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Review of Hydromechanics: Hydrostatic Pressure
Pressure head
P = w h
h
h
PA = 9.81 kN/m3 (100.00 m 95.00 m)
= 49.05 kN/m2 = 49.05
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 1)
Introduction and Basics of Hydrology
(Part III)
Text: P25-58
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Probability Distribution
Probability (P): For discrete variables, the chance for an event X = x to occur,
P(X = x);
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 2)
Hydraulic Machinery
(Part I)
Text: P413 426 (Sections 8-1 ~ 8-4)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Pump: Applications
Water lifting devices
Covert mechanical energy into fluid energy
Widely used in water reso
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 2)
Hydraulic Machinery
(Part II)
Text: P428-438 (Sections 8-6 to 8-10)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Pump: Specific Speed
CH =
H
n D2 / g
CQ =
2
Q
n D3
Combine CH and CQ in a manner that eliminates the diameter
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 2)
Hydraulic Machinery
(Part III)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Turbine: Types
Power of flowing water
Factor
Flows &
Forces
Favorable
Conditions
Propeller
Mechanical Power (shaft)
Reaction Turbine
Kaplan
Franc
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Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 1)
Introduction and Basics of Hydrology
(Part I)
Text: P2-18; P89-92 (Section 2.8 & 2.9)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
What Will You Learn From This Course?
The application of hydrology and hydraulics principl
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 2)
Hydraulic Machinery
(Part III)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Turbine: Types
Power of flowing water ! Mechanical Power (shaft) ! Electrical Power
Factor
Flows &
Forces
Favorable
Conditions
Propeller
Reactio
Hydraulics and Water Resources
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(Topic 5)
Dams, Reservoirs, and Levees
(Part III)
Text: P322-342 (section 6-5)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Reservoir
Reservoir: The storage area formed by damming
Reservoir design factors:
- Displacement of people
Hydraulics and Water Resources
(CEE 340)
(Topic 5)
Dams, Reservoirs, and Levees
(Part II)
Text: P293-312 (section 6-2 ~ 6-3)
Dr. Xixi (Jack) Wang, P.E.
Dam and Reservoir: Planning Considerations
1. Dam site: Hydrology, geography, and geology
2. Dam type (