Velocity distribution in a rectangular channel, Physics

An approximate equation for the velocity distribution in a rectangular channel with turbulent flow is

1758_velocity distribution in a rectangular channel.png

where umax is the velocity at the surface, y is the distance from the floor of the channel, d is the depth of flow, and n is an exponent. Derive a formula for α as a function of n. What is the value of α for n = 1/7 (typical for turbulent flows)?

Posted Date: 3/11/2013 2:27:54 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Velocity distribution in a rectangular channel, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Velocity distribution in a rectangular channel, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Velocity distribution in a rectangular channel Discussions

Write discussion on Velocity distribution in a rectangular channel
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Simple Microscope: A simple microscope of magnifying glass is a convex lens which form virtual erect and magnifying image of an object which is placed with in it's focal length

Use the mirror equation to deduce that: (a) an object placed between f and 2 f of a concave mirror produces are al image beyond 2f. (b) a convex mirror alwa

Q. Explain about Centrifugal force? The centrifugal force is F c =mv 2 /r, Where r is the radius of the orbit and m is the mass of the object and v is the velocity. The

Rayleigh criterion; resolving power: A criterion for finding out how finely a set of optics might be able to distinguish. It start with the supposition that central ring of on

What is Heat? We now have several scales for measuring temperature, but first let's ask, “Is temperature the same as heat?” If I add heat to a pot of water, the water's temperatu



As shown in the figure below, a source at S is sending out a spherical wave: E 1 =(A ×D/r) cos( wt-2πr/ λ) ; where r is the distance to source S. In addition, there is anoth

Weiss constant: A characteristic constant based on the material, utilized in calculating the susceptibility of paramagnetic materials.

As electron hole pair (because of thermal collisions) is continuously formed in the depletion region. These are a regular flow of electrons in the direction of the N-side and of ho