Basic Hydraulics by P D Smith (Auth.)

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4) A sharp-crested weir is a device often used in laboratories to measure the discharge of an open channel. 6(b). 31) where B is the breadth of the weir and H is the total head above the weir. 32) where 6 is the notch angle. Write a program to evaluate the theoretical discharge over each weir if the dynamic head component of H is considered negligible and H is taken to be the height of water above the sill of the weir. Calculate discharge for static heads of 10 mm up to 90 mm in steps of 10 mm for a rectangular weir of breadth 30 m and a V-notch of total included angle 30°, if each is installed at the end of a rectangular channel of breadth 75 mm and the lowest point of each weir is 30 mm above the channel base.

2 PIPE DISCHARGE=? 5 ABRUPT EXIT, K*0«5 UPSTREAM PIPE DIAMETER =? 64406 ANY FURTHER FITTINGS ETC? ABRUPT ENTRANCE (1) ABRUPT EXIT (2) SUDDEN ENLARGEMENT(3) (Y/N)? 3 3RESPROB: solution by quantity balancing 59 SELECT FITTING BY INPUTTING CODE NUMBER? 3 PIPE DISCHARGE ? N READY Program notes (1) At lines 40-60 the directory of fittings that can be analysed is held.

OPTION C) AS ABSOLUTE PRESSURE IN BAR? (OPTION D) AS NUMBER OF ATMOSPHERES? (OPTION E) ? B WHAT IS ABSOLUTE PRESSURE IN N/M"2?? 013 ANY FURTHER DATA TO CONVERT? (Y/N)?? Y HOW IS PRESSURE DATA TO BE INPUT? AS HEAD OF FLUID? (OPTION A) AS ABSOLUTE PRESSURE IN N/M~2? (OPTION B) AS ABSOLUTE PRESSURE IN PSI? (OPTION C) AS ABSOLUTE PRESSURE IN BAR? (OPTION D) AS NUMBER OF ATMOSPHERES? (OPTION E) ? C WHAT IS ABSOLUTE PRESSURE IN PSI?? 00056 ANY FURTHER DATA TO CONVERT? (Y/N)?? Y HOW IS PRESSURE DATA TO BE INPUT?

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