Material Courses
Electronic materials, devices, and fabrication
Advanced Materials and Processes
Introduction to Biomaterials
Defects in Materials
Fundamentals of Material Processing  I
Fundamentals
CHAPTER 5
Pipe network analysis
5 . 1I n
problem 5 . 1a na l t e r n a t i v e
f l o w rates i nt h ep i p e s
way o fe v a l u a t i n gt h e
is p r e s e n t e d .T h i sa l t e r n a t i v e
r a t
CHAPTER 8
Steady flow in open channels
8.1
T~
= pgR S o
R
= AIP = 4 X 218 = 1 . 0
.
8.2
T
m
= 1 0 0 0 X 9 . 8 1 X 1 X 1 / 2 0 0 0 = 4.9
0
a) i)
Q =

N/m2
1.255~
A J32gR So log
J
RJ32gR S
= 5 + 6.1
A
CHAFl3R 6
Pumppipeline system analysisand
design
6 . 1S t a t i cL i f t

= 85.00
P i p e l i n el e n g t h
52.00 = 33.00 m
2000 m , D = 350
=
mm,
k
=
0.15
mm.
Km = 10.0
(i)
C a l c u l a t et h ec
CHAPTER 12
Mass oscillations and pressure
transients in pipelines
1 2 . 1T h i s
problem may be s o l v e du s i n gt h ee q u a t i o n :
v2 +  
FR
'02

2g As FR
( z + FT Vo2)
(L AT
L AT
2g As FR2
CHAPTERS
Dimensional analysis, similitude and
hydraulic models
9.1
Dynamical similarity requires equality
Qf
the
Reynolds numbers in the two systems.
Notation: subscript
.
Dw
v w Do
  = '0
vW
W
rel
CHAPTER 3
Fluid ow concepts and measurements
V
3.1 Convective acceleration, a = V 3E
s s as
' a at upstream = 1 5 x 13 = 15 m/s2
" s ' .35
_ _1_35_ 2
and as at downstream 15 x 1.35  150 m/s
. _ 5
CHAmR4
Flow of incompressible fluids in
pipelines
hf
=

H
hm i nw h i c hh m
I n i t i a l l y s e t hm = 0 ;
v
=

2J2
log
9.81
X
X
[
=
1 0V 2 / 2 g
i.e. h
f
=
H = 100.0 m
0.4 X 100/20000

OS3
3.7
CHAPTER 13
Unsteady flow in channels
13.1
Upstream p o s i t i v e surge ( s e e section 1 3 . 4 of t e x t )
Refer t o f i g u r e 1 3 . 4 of t e x t .
a)
V1 = 1 8 4 4
y1 = 2 . 2 5 m ;
2 . 2 5 ) = 2.
C H A m R7
Boundary layers on flat plates andin
ducts
7.1
L = 15 m;
B = 4.0 + 2
0.5 = 5.0 m
X
Assuming t h a t t h e t u r b u l e n t b o u n d a r y l a y e r d e v e l o p s
a t t h el e a d i n ge
CHAPTER 14
Uniform flow in loose boundary
channels
14.1
A s s u m i n ge n t i r ef l o wo v e rf l o o dp l a i ng i v e s
c o n s e r v a t i v e estimate.
Wide c h a n n e l
+
R
Chezy's formula
=
V
CHAP'IXR 1
Properties of fluids
l.l(b)
S h e a r stress,
= c1
T
du (Newton's law of
dY
viscosity)
.'. Dynamic
viscosity, p
=
T I du
dY
.
du is t h e g r a d i e n t o f t h e p l o t
du
T versus
A p
CHAPTER 10
Ideal fluid flow and curvilinear flow
10.1

= U =
Vcosa;.
ay
(i)
and
( ii)
.'. I$
=
+
= Vcosay + f ( x ) + c
(ii)
are i d e n t i c a l
 Vsina
T h e streamlice
. +
+
= 0
+ Vcosa y + c
pas
CHAPTER 11
Gradually varied unsteady flow from
reservoirs
11.1
(Equation 11.7 of text)
I  Q = A 1dhz
I
inflow to reservoir:
=
A1
=
Q = discharge in pipe:
constant area of reservoir: h = gross head be
CHAPTER 2
Fluid Statics
2.1(a) Density 0 = 1050 + Kh K = 50 kg/m4
dp = ~pgdy = (1050 + 50h) gdh
2
or p = 1050 gh + 50 g g + c ; p = 0 @ h = 0
p = 1050 x 9.81 x 5 + 25 x 9.81 x 25 = 57.63 kN/m2
(b) Wei
578
CHAPTER 10
NUMERICAL METHODS
10.2 ITERATIVE METHODS FOR SOLVING LINEAR SYSTEMS
As a numerical technique, Gaussian elimination is rather unusual because it is direct. That
is, a solution is obtaine
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CHAP. 20 Numeric Linear Algebra
14. CAS PROJECT. Choleskys Method. (a) Write a
program for solving linear systems by Choleskys
method and apply it to Example 2 i
GAUSS JORDAN METHOD
Some authors use the term Gaussian
elimination to refer only to the procedure until the
matrix is in echelon form, and use the
term GaussJordan elimination to refer to the
procedu
Materials and Method of
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Brick, Brick Masonry
Manufacturing of Bricks
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The art
BUILDING
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PRECONSTRUCTION
SITE WORKS
(1) SITE SURVEY
(1) First of all site is surveyed and topographical details
are drawn on the site plan. If the area is small,
topographical details ar
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BUILDING MATERIALS
Portland Cement Concrete
Portland
cement concrete is a concrete, or
artificial rock composed of aggregates, water,
and a cementing agent.
Portland
cement=
BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION
Foundations
Introduction
The foundation of a building is that part of walls, piers and columns in
direct contact with the ground and transmitting loads to the ground.
Every bui
BUILDING
CONSTRUCTION
FLOORING
TYPES OF FLOORS
Normally the following types of floors are generally
used:
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Earth floor.
Cement concrete floor.
Mosaic or Terrazzo floor.
Tile floor.
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GLASS
plastic
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that contains many chemically bonded parts which
themselves are bonded together to form a solid.
Two industrially impo
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TIMBER:
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purpose is called timber.
1
LUMBER:
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&
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