- 10.p10.1: The formula for shallow-water wave propagation speed, Eq. (10.9) or...
- 10.p10.2: Water at 208C fl ows in a 30-cm-wide rectangular channel at a depth...
- 10.p10.3: Narragansett Bay is approximately 21 (statute) mi long and has an a...
- 10.p10.4: The water fl ow in Fig. P10.4 has a free surface in three places. D...
- 10.p10.5: Water fl ows down a rectangular channel that is 4 ft wide and 2 ft ...
- 10.p10.6: Pebbles dropped successively at the same point, into a water channe...
- 10.p10.7: Pebbles dropped successively at the same point, into a water channe...
- 10.p10.8: An earthquake near the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, creates a single ti...
- 10.p10.9: Equation (10.10) is for a single disturbance wave. For periodic sma...
- 10.p10.10: If surface tension Y is included in the analysis of Prob. P10.9, th...
- 10.p10.11: A rectangular channel is 2 m wide and contains water 3 m deep. If t...
- 10.p10.12: (a) For laminar draining of a wide, thin sheet of water on pavement...
- 10.p10.13: A large pond drains down an asphalt rectangular channel that is 2 f...
- 10.p10.14: The Chzy formula (10.18) is independent of fl uid density and visco...
- 10.p10.15: The painted-steel channel of Fig. P10.15 is designed, without the b...
- 10.p10.16: Water fl ows in a brickwork rectangular channel 2 m wide, on a slop...
- 10.p10.17: 7 The trapezoidal channel of Fig. P10.17 is made of brickwork and s...
- 10.p10.18: A V-shaped painted steel channel, similar to Fig. E10.6, has an inc...
- 10.p10.19: Modify Prob. P10.18, the 908 V channel, to let the surface be clean...
- 10.p10.20: An unfi nished concrete sewer pipe, of diameter 4 ft, is fl owing h...
- 10.p10.21: An engineer makes careful measurements with a weir (see Sec. 10.7) ...
- 10.p10.22: For more than a century, woodsmen harvested trees in Skowhegan, ME,...
- 10.p10.23: It is desired to excavate a clean-earth channel as a trapezoidal cr...
- 10.p10.24: A rectangular channel, laid out on a 0.58 slope, delivers a fl ow r...
- 10.p10.25: The equilateral-triangle channel in Fig. P10.25 has constant slope ...
- 10.p10.26: In the spirit of Fig. 10.6b, analyze a rectangular channel in unifo...
- 10.p10.27: A circular corrugated-metal water channel has a slope of 1:800 and ...
- 10.p10.28: A new, fi nished-concrete trapezoidal channel, similar to Fig. 10.7...
- 10.p10.29: Suppose that the trapezoidal channel of Fig. P10.17 contains sand a...
- 10.p10.30: A clay tile V-shaped channel, with an included angle of 908, is 1 k...
- 10.p10.31: An unfi nished-concrete 6-ft-diameter sewer pipe fl ows half full. ...
- 10.p10.32: Does half a V-shaped channel perform as well as a full V-shaped cha...
- 10.p10.33: Five sewer pipes, each a 2-m-diameter clay tile pipe running half f...
- 10.p10.34: A brick rectangular channel with S0 5 0.002 is designed to carry 23...
- 10.p10.35: In fl ood stage a natural channel often consists of a deep main cha...
- 10.p10.36: The Blackstone River in northern Rhode Island normally fl ows at ab...
- 10.p10.37: A triangular channel (see Fig. E10.6) is to be constructed of corru...
- 10.p10.38: For the half-Vee channel in Fig. P10.32, let the interior angle of ...
- 10.p10.39: For the half-Vee channel in Fig. P10.32, let the interior angle of ...
- 10.p10.40: Using the geometry of Fig. 10.6a, prove that the most effi - cient ...
- 10.p10.41: Determine the most effi cient value of for the V-shaped channel of ...
- 10.p10.42: It is desired to deliver 30,000 gal/min of water in a brickwork cha...
- 10.p10.43: It is desired to deliver 30,000 gal/min of water in a brickwork cha...
- 10.p10.44: What are the most effi cient dimensions for a half-hexagon cast iro...
- 10.p10.45: Calculus tells us that the most effi cient wall angle for a V-shape...
- 10.p10.46: It is suggested that a channel that reduces erosion has a parabolic...
- 10.p10.47: Calculus tells us that the most effi cient water depth for a rectan...
- 10.p10.48: A wide, clean-earth river has a fl ow rate q 5 150 ft3 /(s ? ft). W...
- 10.p10.49: Find the critical depth of the brick channel in Prob. P10.34 for bo...
- 10.p10.50: A pencil point piercing the surface of a rectangular channel fl ow ...
- 10.p10.51: An unfi nished concrete duct, of diameter 1.5 m, is fl owing half-f...
- 10.p10.52: Water fl ows full in an asphalt half-hexagon channel of bottom widt...
- 10.p10.53: For the river fl ow of Prob. P10.48, fi nd the depth y2 that has th...
- 10.p10.54: A clay tile V-shaped channel has an included angle of 708 and carri...
- 10.p10.55: A trapezoidal channel resembles Fig. 10.7 with b 5 1 m and 5 508. T...
- 10.p10.56: A trapezoidal channel resembles Fig. 10.7 with b 5 1 m and 5 508. T...
- 10.p10.57: A trapezoidal channel resembles Fig. 10.7 with b 5 1 m and 5 508. T...
- 10.p10.58: A trapezoidal channel resembles Fig. 10.7 with b 5 1 m and 5 508. T...
- 10.p10.59: A trapezoidal channel resembles Fig. 10.7 with b 5 1 m and 5 508. T...
- 10.p10.60: A trapezoidal channel resembles Fig. 10.7 with b 5 1 m and 5 508. T...
- 10.p10.61: Modify Prob. P10.59 as follows: Again assuming uniform subcritical ...
- 10.p10.62: Consider the fl ow in a wide channel over a bump, as in Fig. P10.62...
- 10.p10.63: Consider the fl ow in a wide channel over a bump, as in Fig. P10.62...
- 10.p10.64: For the rectangular channel in Prob. P10.60, the Froude number over...
- 10.p10.65: Program and solve the differential equation of frictionless fl ow o...
- 10.p10.66: In Fig. P10.62, let Vo 5 5.5 m/s and yo 5 90 cm. (a) Will the water...
- 10.p10.67: Modify Prob. P10.63 so that the 15-cm change in bottom level is a d...
- 10.p10.68: Modify Prob. P10.65 to have a supercritical approach condition V0 5...
- 10.p10.69: Modify Prob. P10.65 to have a supercritical approach condition V0 5...
- 10.p10.70: A periodic and spectacular water release, in Chinas Henan province,...
- 10.p10.71: In Fig. P10.69 let y1 5 95 cm and y2 5 50 cm. Estimate the fl ow ra...
- 10.p10.72: Water approaches the wide sluice gate of Fig. P10.72 at V1 5 0.2 m/...
- 10.p10.73: 3 In Fig. P10.69, let y1 5 6 ft and the gate width b 5 8 ft. Find t...
- 10.p10.74: With respect to Fig. P10.69, show that, for frictionless fl ow, the...
- 10.p10.75: A tank of water 1 m deep, 3 m long, and 4 m wide into the paper has...
- 10.p10.76: Figure P10.76 shows a horizontal fl ow of water through a sluice ga...
- 10.p10.77: Equation (10.41) for sluice gate discharge is for free outfl ow. If...
- 10.p10.78: In Fig. P10.69, free discharge, a gate opening of 0.72 ft will allo...
- 10.p10.79: Show that the Froude number downstream of a hydraulic jump will be ...
- 10.p10.80: Water fl owing in a wide channel 25 cm deep suddenly jumps to a dep...
- 10.p10.81: Water fl ows in a wide channel at q 5 25 ft3 /(s ? ft), y1 5 1 ft, ...
- 10.p10.82: Downstream of a wide hydraulic jump the fl ow is 4 ft deep and has ...
- 10.p10.83: Downstream of a wide hydraulic jump the fl ow is 4 ft deep and has ...
- 10.p10.84: Consider the fl ow under the sluice gate of Fig. P10.84. If y1 5 10...
- 10.p10.85: The analogy between a hydraulic jump and a normal shock equates Mac...
- 10.p10.86: A bore is a hydraulic jump that propagates upstream into a still or...
- 10.p10.87: A tidal bore may occur when the ocean tide enters an estuary agains...
- 10.p10.88: Consider supercritical fl ow, Fr1 . 1, down a shallow fl at water c...
- 10.p10.89: Water 30 cm deep is in uniform fl ow down a 18 unfi nished concrete...
- 10.p10.90: For the gate/jump/weir system sketched in Fig. P10.76, the fl ow ra...
- 10.p10.91: Follow up Prob. P10.88 numerically with fl ow down a shallow, fl at...
- 10.p10.92: A familiar sight is the circular hydraulic jump formed by a faucet ...
- 10.p10.93: Water in a horizontal channel accelerates smoothly over a bump and ...
- 10.p10.94: Water in a horizontal channel accelerates smoothly over a bump and ...
- 10.p10.95: A 10-cm-high bump in a wide horizontal water channel creates a hydr...
- 10.p10.96: For the circular hydraulic jump in Fig. P10.92, the water depths be...
- 10.p10.97: A brickwork rectangular channel 4 m wide is fl owing at 8.0 m3 /s o...
- 10.p10.98: A gravelly earth wide channel is fl owing at 10 m3 /s per meter of ...
- 10.p10.99: A clay tile V-shaped channel of included angle 608 is fl owing at 1...
- 10.p10.100: If bottom friction is included in the sluice gate fl ow of Prob. P1...
- 10.p10.101: Consider the gradual change from the profi le beginning at point a ...
- 10.p10.102: The wide-channel fl ow in Fig. P10.102 changes from a steep slope t...
- 10.p10.103: A gravelly rectangular channel, 7 m wide and 2 m deep, is fl owing ...
- 10.p10.104: The rectangular-channel fl ow in Fig. P10.104 expands to a cross se...
- 10.p10.105: In Prob. P10.84 the frictionless solution is y2 5 0.82 ft, which we...
- 10.p10.106: A rectangular channel with n 5 0.018 and a constant slope of 0.0025...
- 10.p10.107: A clean-earth wide-channel fl ow is climbing an adverse slope with ...
- 10.p10.108: A clean-earth wide-channel fl ow is climbing an adverse slope with ...
- 10.p10.109: Figure P10.109 illustrates a free overfall or dropdown fl ow patter...
- 10.p10.110: We assumed frictionless fl ow in solving the bump case, Prob. P10.6...
- 10.p10.111: The Rolling Dam on the Blackstone River has a weedy bottom and an a...
- 10.p10.112: The Rolling Dam on the Blackstone River has a weedy bottom and an a...
- 10.p10.113: The Rolling Dam on the Blackstone River has a weedy bottom and an a...
- 10.p10.114: For the gate/jump/weir system sketched in Fig. P10.76, the fl ow ra...
- 10.p10.115: Gradually varied theory, Eq. (10.49), neglects the effect of width ...
- 10.p10.116: A Cipolletti weir, popular in irrigation systems, is trapezoidal, w...
- 10.p10.117: A popular fl ow-measurement device in agriculture is the Parshall f...
- 10.p10.118: Using a Bernoulli-type analysis similar to Fig. 10.16a, show that t...
- 10.p10.119: Data by A. T. Lenz for water at 208C (reported in Ref. 23) show a s...
- 10.p10.120: The rectangular channel in Fig. P10.120 contains a V-notch weir as ...
- 10.p10.121: Water fl ow in a rectangular channel is to be metered by a thin-pla...
- 10.p10.122: In 1952 E. S. Crump developed the triangular weir shape shown in Fi...
- 10.p10.123: Water in a 20-ft-wide rectangular channel, fl owing at 120 ft3 /s a...
- 10.p10.124: Water fl ows at 600 ft3 /s in a rectangular channel 22 ft wide with...
- 10.p10.125: Water fl ows at 600 ft3 /s in a rectangular channel 22 ft wide with...
- 10.p10.126: Suppose that the rectangular channel of Fig. P10.120 is made of riv...
- 10.p10.127: A clean-earth river is 50 ft wide and averages 600 ft3 /s. It conta...
- 10.p10.128: 8 A rectangular channel 4 m wide is blocked by a broad-crested weir...

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