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Fundamentals of open channel flow / Glenn E. Moglen, Occoquan Laboratory, Virginia Tech.

By: Moglen, Glenn E.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, c2015Description: xiii, 256 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781466580060; 1466580062.Subject(s): Open-channel flow -- TextbooksDDC classification: 627.042 Online resources: WorldCat Details | E-book Fulltext
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Table of contents Introductory MaterialIntroduction: What is Open Channel Flow?Quantification of Open Channel FlowFoundational EquationsClasses of ProblemsThe Need for Critical ThinkingReferenceProblemsEnergySpecific EnergyThe E-y DiagramCritical FlowThe Froude NumberAlternate DepthsEnergy Considerations on Upward and Downward StepsEnergy Considerations in Constrictions and ExpansionsChokes, Flow Accessibility, Critical Flow, and TransientsLongitudinal Changes in Flow Conditions and the Froude NumberEnergy in Nonrectangular ChannelsSummaryReferencesProblemsMomentumIntroductory CommentsThe Momentum FunctionHydraulic JumpEnergy and Momentum LossesDimensionless Energy and MomentumMomentum in Nonrectangular Cross SectionsSummaryReferencesProblemsFriction and Uniform FlowIntroductory CommentsUniform FlowShear Stress in Open Channel FlowChezy and Manning's EquationsUniform Flow and Normal DepthReach ClassificationSummaryReferencesProblemsQualitative Gradually Varied FlowIntroductory CommentsNon-Uniform FlowProfile TaxonomyIn-Stream ObstructionsComposite ProfilesDrowned Hydraulic JumpGeneralized Boundary ConditionsConjugate Curve ConceptSummaryProblemsQuantitative Gradually Varied FlowIntroductory CommentsGoverning EquationStandard Step MethodVariations of and Alternatives to the Standard Step MethodConjugate Curve: Quantitative ApplicationHEC-RAS: an Industry Standard Software Package for Surface Water ProfilesSummaryReferencesProblemsFundamentals of Sediment TransportIntroductory CommentsCharacterization of Water and SedimentParticle Fall Velocity: Stokes' LawIncipient Motion and Shields' DiagramSediment TransportSediment Load EstimationSediment Estimation Accuracy and PrecisionReferencesProblemsAppendix
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Includes bibliographical references (page 243) and index.

Table of contents Introductory MaterialIntroduction: What is Open Channel Flow?Quantification of Open Channel FlowFoundational EquationsClasses of ProblemsThe Need for Critical ThinkingReferenceProblemsEnergySpecific EnergyThe E-y DiagramCritical FlowThe Froude NumberAlternate DepthsEnergy Considerations on Upward and Downward StepsEnergy Considerations in Constrictions and ExpansionsChokes, Flow Accessibility, Critical Flow, and TransientsLongitudinal Changes in Flow Conditions and the Froude NumberEnergy in Nonrectangular ChannelsSummaryReferencesProblemsMomentumIntroductory CommentsThe Momentum FunctionHydraulic JumpEnergy and Momentum LossesDimensionless Energy and MomentumMomentum in Nonrectangular Cross SectionsSummaryReferencesProblemsFriction and Uniform FlowIntroductory CommentsUniform FlowShear Stress in Open Channel FlowChezy and Manning's EquationsUniform Flow and Normal DepthReach ClassificationSummaryReferencesProblemsQualitative Gradually Varied FlowIntroductory CommentsNon-Uniform FlowProfile TaxonomyIn-Stream ObstructionsComposite ProfilesDrowned Hydraulic JumpGeneralized Boundary ConditionsConjugate Curve ConceptSummaryProblemsQuantitative Gradually Varied FlowIntroductory CommentsGoverning EquationStandard Step MethodVariations of and Alternatives to the Standard Step MethodConjugate Curve: Quantitative ApplicationHEC-RAS: an Industry Standard Software Package for Surface Water ProfilesSummaryReferencesProblemsFundamentals of Sediment TransportIntroductory CommentsCharacterization of Water and SedimentParticle Fall Velocity: Stokes' LawIncipient Motion and Shields' DiagramSediment TransportSediment Load EstimationSediment Estimation Accuracy and PrecisionReferencesProblemsAppendix

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