: Introduction
In this experiment we will count the Reynolds number by
the shape of die (vegetable dye). That pass the
apparatus .volume of water that pass the apparatus in a
certin time for different
DISCHARGE OVER WEIRS
OBJECTIVE:
To Determine the Head-Discharge Relationship, Coefficient of Discharge and
Experiment for Head Factor, for Sharp Crested Rectangular Weir and V-notch Weir.
THEORY:
Cons
head loss
1
2
3
Discharge
0.0002525
0.0001808
0.0000755
Head loss
1
2
3
velocity1
1.713
1.227
0.513
Head loss
1
2
3
hl as Hg
velocity
Re
f expermintly f* blasius's log hf
Log Q
ht
1.71320 23400.598 0.
Objective:
To estimate pressure head losses for different components of a pipe network.
Theory:
Losses in pipe networks can be divided into two types of losses major and
minor , major losses are produ
Objective:
To determine the density , specific
gravity , of some liquids (i.e engine oil . glyecerol , caster oil)
at atmospheric pressure and tempetature) .
Theory:
DENSITY:
Consider ther hydrometer
Jordan University of Science and
Technology
Civil Engineering Department
Fluid Laboratory and Hydraulic
CE 354
Lab #3 : Impact of a Jet
Ammar Tahtamouni
20050023121
* Objective:
To verify experimental
Civil Engineering Department
Fluid Laboratory and Hydraulic
CE 354
Reported By :
Wael Ahmed Basel
20060023100
Lab #2 : Center of pressure on a plane surface
Objectives:
Determining the center of press
Jordan University of Science and
Technology
Civil Engineering Department
Fluid Laboratory and Hydraulic
CE 354
Experiment: discharge over weirs
Ammar Tahtamouni
20050023121
Jordan University of Scienc
Abstract:
The objectives of this experiment is to determine the specific
gravity and absorption of coarse and fine aggregate
The coarse agg S.G determine by immerse C.A in water for 24 hrs
then remove
Summary:
The Marshall method as presented here is applicable only to hot mix
asphalt paving mixtures using penetration or viscosity graded asphalt
cement and containing aggregates with maximum sizes o
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Evaluation Form
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Department of Civil Engineering
Course No.: CE 441
Course Name: Pavement Lab
Topic: Benkelman's Beam and
British Pendulum.
Evaluation Elem
Introduction:
This method covers the procedure for measuring the tensile properties
of the asphalt bituminous mixture, by determining the resilient modulus
of bituminous mixture, which is very importa
Introduction:
In most projects, it is needed to know the percent of
asphalt content used in the mixture, to know if it satisfy
the theoretical value obtained from calculations by
Marshall method for d
Abstract:
In this experiment a paving mixture is extracted with benzene using the extraction equipment by
3600 rotation per min, this centrifugal method gives the ability to know asphalt content which
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Evaluation Form
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Department of Civil Engineering
Course No.: CE 441
Course Name: Pavement Lab
Topic: Marshall Test Method.
Evaluation Elements
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4.
Introduction:
Dealing with asphalt in many ways and relying on its properties to use in
daily life it's important to deal with good manufacture asphalt. So tests performed
on asphalt to be sure that g
Introduction:
This test method covers the determination of the CBR
(California Bearing Ratio) of pavement subgrade, subbase,
and base course materials from laboratory compacted
specimens. The test met
Abstract:
In this experiment a paving mixture is extracted with benzene
using the extraction equipment by 3600 rotation per min, this
centrifugal method gives the ability to know asphalt content
which
Objective:
To investigate the validity of Bernoullis theorem as applied to the
flow of water in tapering circular duct.
Equipment & Apparatus:
1. Hydraulic bench.
2. Bernoullis theorem demonstration a
Objective:
1. To study the basic characteristics of a centrifugal pump.
2. To study the performance of two pumps operating in -series or in -parallel.
Apparatus Description:
The test set, have been de
Objective:
To verify experimentally the linear-momentum principle as applied to jets
impinging on stationary flat plate, 120 plate or hemispherical cup.
Apparatus:
The apparatus used in this experimen
*
Objective:
To estimate pressure head losses for different component of pipe net
work.
* Theory:
Losses in pipe networks can be divided typically in to major and minor
losses. Major losses are produc
Objectives
1. Determination of a critical depth for a specific discharge a channel.
2. Show trasition of flow from rapid to tranquil with the resultant energy
dissipation which explains why Hydraulic
Objective:
To determine the coefficient of
discharge, the coefficient of velocity
and the coefficient of contraction due
to vena contracts for a sluice gate.
I.e. study discharge beneath a sluice
gate
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Civil Engineering Department
Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Laboratory
Experiment name: " Impact of a jet "
Name: Safa`a Haider Lababneh
20040023070
28 /10/2
Introduction:
One way to determine the type of the flow which is a number
called Reynolds number.
This is important in design the pipe which can hold the flow.
The way we can measure Reynolds number i
Objective:
To determine the operation characteristics of a pelton turbine at a various speeds.
Equipment:
1. Hydraulic bench.
2. Pelton impulse turbine accessory.
3. Tachometer.
Theory:
The performanc