Determine the water depth - standard step method, Mechanical Engineering

Consider a trapezoidal channel with a bottom width of 4 m, side slopes of 3:1 (H:V), and a bottom slope of 0.002 that carries 50 cms. The channel has a Manning's roughness of 0.034

(a) Using the standard step method, determine the water depth 40 m upstream of a location with a depth of 2 m.

(b) Design an Excel spreadsheet to calculate the following reach steps.

350_Determine the Water Depth - Standard Step Method.png

All lengths and water depths must be accurate to 2 decimal places. Plot the water surface pro?le. Your spreadsheet will be uploaded to Moodle with the filename format of lastname_firstname_hw5_prob5.xls.

Posted Date: 3/23/2013 3:25:50 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Determine the water depth - standard step method, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Determine the water depth - standard step method, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Determine the water depth - standard step method Discussions

Write discussion on Determine the water depth - standard step method
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions

What do you mean by sensitivity in a governor?

Illustrate the process of knock in C.I engines and compare it with S.I. engine knock. What is Octane rating of C.I. engine fuel. What is the difference between chemical delay and p

how mechanism can be synthesized using relative pole method?

Tension in string and accelerations of blocks: Find out the tension in string and accelerations of blocks A and B having weights 200N and 50N respectively, connected by the s

Q. Alignment of piping flanges? Alignment of piping flanges shall be in accordance with ASME B16.5. This code specifies that: • Flange centerline misalignment must be within

determine the shear force and bending moments of 4KN fprce

Magnetic Susceptibility and Ferromagnetic Substances: Magnetic Susceptibility: The magnetic susceptibility (c) of a substance is defined  as the ratio of the intensity of magn

W rite down the different assumptions in simple theory of bending.                               The assumptions which are made in theory of simple bending are stated below:

Kinematics Equations Kinematics deals with problems involving distance, velocity, time and constant acceleration. The restraint that acceleration is a constant for these problem