Introduction to Hydraulic & Hydrology
Engineering CE352
What is Hydraulic Engineering?
Connection between Hydraulic Engineering and
Fluid Mechanics (prereq)?
Hydraulics and Hydrology The Difference?
Why Study Hydraulic Engineering? Who cares?
Definition
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Pipelines and Pipe Networks
Prof Fayez Abdulla
Civil Eng. Dept.
Jordan University of Science & Technology
In general, when a number of pipes are
connected together to transport water in a
given project, they perform as a system that
may include series pi
LECTURE 8: Cavitation in pipelines and in pumps,
NPSH (net positive suction head)
8.1 Cavitation in Pipelines
Whenever, pipeline axis is above HGL, negative pressure exists. (Page 112)
Vertical distance measured between EGL and HGL =
Vertical distance mea
Flow in Pipes
Hazen-Williams Equation
& Manning Equation
Lecture 4
Prof. Fayez Abdulla
Civil Eng. Department
Hazen-Williams equation
Mannings Equation
Manning's Equation for velocity and flow
applicable to both pipe (closed-conduit)
flow and open channel
Review of Fluid
Mechanics Basic Principles for
Water Resources Engineering
Lecture 2a
Prof. Fayez Abdulla
Civil Eng. Department
Basic Definitions
Mass quantity of matter that a substance contains
Weight effect of the force of gravity upon a substance
Dens
LECTURE 2: Review of pipe flow: Minor Losses
2. MINOR LOSS
Losses caused by fittings, bends, valves etc.
Each type of loss can be quantified using a loss coefficient (K). Losses are proportional to
velocity of flow and geometry of device.
H K .
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(2.1)
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Jordan University of Science & Technology
Department of Civil Engineering
CE 352 HYDRAULICS & HYDROLOGY
Date Assigned: March. 4, 2014
Date Due: March 11, 2014
Assignment: #2