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#### Q & A – Fluid Mechanics – Solving Pipe Networks using Quantity Balance Method – Q.2

Question No.2 Calculate the flows in the pipes of the pipe system illustrated in the below figure. Minor losses...

#### Q & A – Fluid Mechanics – Solving Pipe Networks using Hardy-Cross Method – Q.3

Question No.3 Determine the flow in the pipes and the pressure head elevations at the junctions of the closed-loop...

#### Q & A – Fluid Mechanics – Solving Pipe Networks using Hardy-Cross Method – Q.2

Question No.2 In the network shown a valve in BC is partially closed to produce a local head loss...

#### Q & A – Fluid Mechanics – Solving Pipe Networks using Hardy-Cross Method – Q.1

Question No.1 Neglecting minor losses in the pipes, determine the flows in the pipes and the pressure heads at...

#### Q & A – Open Channel Flow – Specific Energy – Q.6

Question No.6 A trapezoidal channel with a bed width of 8 m and 1:1 side slope conveys a discharge...

#### Q & A – Open Channel Flow – Specific Energy – Q.5

Question No.5 The channel bottom at the junction of two rectangular channels is raised by 0.1 m. The upstream...

#### Q & A – Open Channel Flow – Specific Energy – Q.4

Question No.4 Water flows in a rectangular channel of bed width 4 m at a discharge of 6.0 m3/sec...

#### Q & A – Open Channel Flow – Specific Energy – Q.3

Question No.3 Water flows in a rectangular channel at a discharge of 8 m3/sec, water depth of 2.0 m,...

#### Q & A – Open Channel Flow – Specific Energy – Q.2

Question No.2 Draw the M-curve for a trapezoidal channel 10 m bed width, 1:1 side slope, C = 100...

#### Q & A – Open Channel Flow – Specific Energy – Q.1

Question No.1 A discharge of 18 m3/sec flows through a rectangular channel 6 m wide at a depth of...