PART A LINEAR PIPELINES
The flow of water through pipes is the basic building block situated at the core of
this book. It is therefore appropriate to spend the first eight chapters on the
identificati
PART C CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
Up to this point in this book, the capacity of a pipeline could only be increased by
changes to the pipeline itself the use of smoother pipe materials, the selection of a
larg
PART B PIPE NETWORKS
In the first eight chapters of this book, the flow direction of the water through the
pipes was predetermined by virtue of the pipe layout. In the following four chapters,
the com
HYDRAULICS ENGINEERING 3A
Pipes and Pumps (HMG3A11)
Lecture Guidelines
INSTRUCTOR:
MEGERSA O. Dinka (PhD)
Department of Civil Engineering Sciences
University of Johannesburg
2018 (Semester I)
2
05/02/
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this session, learners are able to:
Derive the Darcy-Weisbach eq from rational principles as well as dimesnional
analysis
Apply the Prandtl and Von Korman equations
Learning Outcomes:
At the end of this session, learners are able to:
PIPE SYSTEMS:
Reservoir problems
(Lecture 5)
Assign initial hydraulic head estimates at the intermediate nodes of
branching pipe
PART D HYDRAULIC TRANSIENTS
1
Up to this point in this book, we have implicitly assumed steady-state operation of
pipeline systems, which is the traditional core of hydraulic analysis. In the next fou
Learning Outcomes:
PIPE NETWORK ANALYSIS:
Basics of Hydraulic Analysis
(Lecture 8)
At the end of this session, learners are able to:
State the principles governing the hydraulic analysis of pipe net
HYDRAULICS ENGINEERING 3A
PIPE FLOWS:
Pipes and Pumps (HMG3A11)
Energy and Hydraulic Grade Lines in Pipe
Systems
(Lecture 1)
INSTRUCTOR:
MEGERSA O. DINKA (PhD)
Senior Lecturer
Department of Civil Engi
WORK, FLUID PRESSURES AND FORCES
WORK
When we push a chair a distance along a straight-line with constant force, we can determine the
work done by the force on the chair by using the formula W = Fd. U
Fluid Mechanics Course
Topic IV: Flow in Conduits and Energy Losses
Flow in pipes /conduits and energy losses: pressure
drop; Reynolds visualization; laminar/ transition/turbulent
flow in pipes; momen
Topic I: Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Fluid mechanics fluid; shear stress; continuum
hypothesis; general flow classification; units and
dimensions; density; specific weight; specific gravity;
speci
2.88 An L-shaped rigid gate is hinged at one end and is lo-
cated between partitions in an open tank containing water as
shown in Fig. P238. A block of concrete (7 = 150 lb/ft) is to
be hung from the
University of Jordan
Faculty of Engineering & Technology
Chemical Engineering Department
Fluid Mechanics
SUGESSTED PROBLEMS ON TOPIC I:
Problem 1:
Problem 2:
Problem 3:
Dr. Mohammad Al-Shannag
P
Fluid Mechanics Course
Topic V: Pumps and Pumping of Liquids
Pumps and pumping of liquids: pump efficiency; pump
and system head: total head, suction head, discharge head,
NPSH head; pump capacity, pu
Chapter 11
Compressibility of Soil
As discussed in Principles of Geotechnical Engineering by Das and Sobhan (2014)
Bashar Tarawneh, Ph.D, P.E
The University of Jordan
Civil Eng. Dept.
1
Compressibilit
Chapter 10
Stresses in a Soil Mass
As discussed in Principles of Geotechnical Engineering by Das and Sobhan (2014)
Bashar Tarawneh, Ph.D, P.E
The University of Jordan
Civil Eng. Dept.
Shallow Foundati
Faculty of Engineering and Technology Chemical Engineering Department 0905231 Mathematical Methods for Chemical Engineering
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Course Name
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Faculty of Engineering and Technology Chemical Engineering Department 0905321 Mathematical Methods for Chemical Engineering
Concepts of Differential Equations
1) A differential equation is an equation
Faculty of Engineering and Technology Chemical Engineering Department Mathematical Methods for Chemical Engineering
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For the equation: x2 + y2 = C Find the orthogonal trajectories and then plot the