Open-channel flow and its classifications; Open channels and their properties; Energy and momentun principles; Critical flow: itscomputation and applications; Uniform flow; Gradually varied flow; Rapidly varied flow; Unstead flow.
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Openchannel Flow and Its Classifications
Open Channels and Their Properties
Energy and Momentum Principles
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American Society assumed backwater canal channel bottom channel section Civil Engineers computation crest critical depth cross section culvert curve depth of flow determined developed effect equal equation Example flood flow in open flow profile flume friction Froude number gate given gradually varied flow head loss height horizontal hydraulic jump hydraulic radius length maximum mean velocity method of characteristics nappe normal depth OOOOO OOOOO OOOOO open channels Philipp Forchheimer piers plotted prismatic channel problem ratio reach rectangular channel River shown in Fig Society of Civil solution spillway stilling basin subcritical flow supercritical flow surge Table tailwater theoretical tion tractive force Transactions transition trapezoidal U.S. Army U.S. Bureau U.S. Geological Survey uniform flow unsteady flow upstream velocity distribution velocity head Ven Te Chow vertical water area water surface water-surface elevation wave weir wetted perimeter width