Sketch the water surface profiles - critical depth lines, Science

Sketch the water surface profiles for the cases below. Label the normal and critical depth lines as well as all of the water surface profiles.

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In part (b), the conjugate depth of the normal depth in channel section A is greater than the normal depth in section B. The conjugate depth of the normal depth in section C is less than the normal depth in section D.

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