Hydrologic Principles ERS 100
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Date Created: 09/08/15
HYD 100 EXAM 11 REVIEW FALL Hydraulig A Fluid Properties y p and J B Hydrostatics piezometric head h 2 z constant Y manometers p pz only C Dynamics be sure to correctly identify control volume pts 1 amp 2 1 Continuity Equation pllel p2 v2 A2 for no energy lossesadditions 2 Momentum balance F39 PIA P2A2 p Qv2v1 2 3 Bernoulli energy Equation E z V Y 2g 2 4 Head losses friction losses hf f 2 based on R p D and Moody diagram 3 V2 general losses HL K 2g 5 Pumps and turbines Power Hp Q 7 oilWater A De nitions 9 1 pb pS etc from block diagtram of M39s and V39s B Darcy Equation H qdarcy ux g K A A AZ K hydraulic conductivity k flg where k intrinsic permeability a function of porous media isotropy and homogeneity also a function of hC or 9 in unsaturated soils EAL hydraulic head gradient AH Ah for horizontal ow AH Ah Az or AH Ah 1 for vertical ow AH Ah sin 0L for ow angle on to horiz C Unsaturated Flow 9 he relationship k he relationship Seepage from impoundment example D Plant Water Relations follow points as given in lecture Q Psource 39 Illeaves RCSIStsource to sink know concept of component potentials
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