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Open channel flow occurs in natural channels, such as rivers and streams, and in manmade channels, such as those used for storm water, waste water and irrigation water flow. This book is about open channel flow, and in particular, about uniform open channel flow, in which the channel slope, water velocity, and water depth remain constant. There is emphasis on calculations with the Manning equation and the use of Excel spreadsheets for those calculations. There is also coverage of several different ways in which open channel flow is classified, including clarification of the difference between uniform and non-uniform open channel flow.</desc---><title--->A Direct Solution to Manning's Equation for the Normal Depth in Open-channel Flow</title---><title--->Design Charts for Open-channel Flow</title---><desc--->The design of a highway drainage channel to carry a given discharge is accomplished in two parts. The first part of the design involves the computation of a channel section which will carry the design discharge on the available slope. This chapter briefly discusses the principles of flow in open channels and the use of the Manning equation for computing the channel capacity. The second part of the design is the determination of the degree of protection required to prevent erosion in the drainage channel. This can be done by computing the velocity in the channel at the design discharge, using the Manning equation, and comparing the calculated velocity with that permissible for the type of channel lining used. A change in the type of channel lining will require a change in channel size unless both linings have the same roughness coefficient.</desc---><title--->Partially Full Pipe Flow Calculation Spreadsheets</title---><desc--->The Manning equation is used for a wide variety of uniform open channel flow calculations, including gravity flow in pipes, the topic of this book. Gravity flow occurs in pipes for partially full flow, up to and including full pipe flow, as long as the pipe isn't pressurized. Equations for calculating area, wetted perimeter and hydraulic radius for partially full pipe flow are included in this book along with a brief review of the Manning equation and discussion of its use to calculate a\) the flow rate in a given pipe \(diameter, slope, & full pipe Manning roughness\) at a specified depth of flow, b\) the required diameter for a specified flow rate at a target percent full in a given pipe, c\) the normal depth \(depth of flow\) for a specified flow rate in a given pipe, d\) the required pipe slope for a specified flow rate and depth of flow through a given pipe, and d\) calculation of an experimentally determined value for the full pipe Manning roughness coefficient. This includes presentation and discussion of the equations for the calculations, example calculations, and spreadsheets to facilitate the calculations. 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It provides a relationship among several open channel flow parameters of interest: i\) flow rate and/or average velocity, ii\) bottom slope of the channel, iii\) cross-sectional area of flow, iv\) wetted perimeter, v\) and Manning roughness coefficient for the channel surface. The term "open channel flow" is used to refer to flow with a free liquid surface at atmospheric pressure, in which the driving force for flow is gravity. Pipe flow, on the other hand, is used to refer to fluid flow in a closed conduit uner pressure, in which the primary driving force for flow is typically pressure. Open channel flow occurs in natural channels, such as rivers and streams, and in manmade channels, such as those used for storm water, waste water and irrigation water flow. This book is about open channel flow, and in particular, about uniform open channel flow, in which the channel slope, water velocity, and water depth remain constant. 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Butterworth-Heinemann,Kaplan AEC Engineering,<title--->The Manning Equation for Open Channel Flow Calculations</title---><desc--->The Manning equation is a widely used empirical equation for uniform open channel flow of water. It provides a relationship among several open channel flow parameters of interest: i) flow rate and/or average velocity, ii) bottom slope of the channel, iii) cross-sectional area of flow, iv) wetted perimeter, v) and Manning roughness coefficient for the channel surface. The term "open channel flow" is used to refer to flow with a free liquid surface at atmospheric pressure, in which the driving force for flow is gravity. Pipe flow, on the other hand, is used to refer to fluid flow in a closed conduit uner pressure, in which the primary driving force for flow is typically pressure. Open channel flow occurs in natural channels, such as rivers and streams, and in manmade channels, such as those used for storm water, waste water and irrigation water flow. This book is about open channel flow, and in particular, about uniform open channel flow, in which the channel slope, water velocity, and water depth remain constant. There is emphasis on calculations with the Manning equation and the use of Excel spreadsheets for those calculations. There is also coverage of several different ways in which open channel flow is classified, including clarification of the difference between uniform and non-uniform open channel flow.</desc---><title--->A Direct Solution to Manning's Equation for the Normal Depth in Open-channel Flow</title---><title--->Design Charts for Open-channel Flow</title---><desc--->The design of a highway drainage channel to carry a given discharge is accomplished in two parts. The first part of the design involves the computation of a channel section which will carry the design discharge on the available slope. This chapter briefly discusses the principles of flow in open channels and the use of the Manning equation for computing the channel capacity. The second part of the design is the determination of the degree of protection required to prevent erosion in the drainage channel. This can be done by computing the velocity in the channel at the design discharge, using the Manning equation, and comparing the calculated velocity with that permissible for the type of channel lining used. A change in the type of channel lining will require a change in channel size unless both linings have the same roughness coefficient.</desc---><title--->Partially Full Pipe Flow Calculation Spreadsheets</title---><desc--->The Manning equation is used for a wide variety of uniform open channel flow calculations, including gravity flow in pipes, the topic of this book. Gravity flow occurs in pipes for partially full flow, up to and including full pipe flow, as long as the pipe isn't pressurized. Equations for calculating area, wetted perimeter and hydraulic radius for partially full pipe flow are included in this book along with a brief review of the Manning equation and discussion of its use to calculate a) the flow rate in a given pipe (diameter, slope, & full pipe Manning roughness) at a specified depth of flow, b) the required diameter for a specified flow rate at a target percent full in a given pipe, c) the normal depth (depth of flow) for a specified flow rate in a given pipe, d) the required pipe slope for a specified flow rate and depth of flow through a given pipe, and d) calculation of an experimentally determined value for the full pipe Manning roughness coefficient. This includes presentation and discussion of the equations for the calculations, example calculations, and spreadsheets to facilitate the calculations. Examples include calculation with both U.S. units and S.I. units.</desc---><title--->Channel Flow Resistance</title---><title--->Centennial of Manning's Formula</title--->,CRC Press,Springer Science & Business Media,John Wiley & Sons,Transportation Research Board,Tata McGraw-Hill Education,APWA Press,Oxford University Press,Water Resources Publication,Amer Society of Civil Engineers,Elsevier,International Assn of Hydrological Sciences,Taylor & Francis
The Manning Equation For Open Channel Flow Calculations published by : Butterworth-Heinemann Kaplan AEC Engineering <title--->The Manning Equation for Open Channel Flow Calculations</title---><desc--->The Manning equation is a widely used empirical equation for uniform open channel flow of water. It provides a relationship among several open channel flow parameters of interest: i) flow rate and/or average velocity, ii) bottom slope of the channel, iii) cross-sectional area of flow, iv) wetted perimeter, v) and Manning roughness coefficient for the channel surface. The term "open channel flow" is used to refer to flow with a free liquid surface at atmospheric pressure, in which the driving force for flow is gravity. Pipe flow, on the other hand, is used to refer to fluid flow in a closed conduit uner pressure, in which the primary driving force for flow is typically pressure. Open channel flow occurs in natural channels, such as rivers and streams, and in manmade channels, such as those used for storm water, waste water and irrigation water flow. This book is about open channel flow, and in particular, about uniform open channel flow, in which the channel slope, water velocity, and water depth remain constant. There is emphasis on calculations with the Manning equation and the use of Excel spreadsheets for those calculations. There is also coverage of several different ways in which open channel flow is classified, including clarification of the difference between uniform and non-uniform open channel flow.</desc---><title--->A Direct Solution to Manning's Equation for the Normal Depth in Open-channel Flow</title---><title--->Design Charts for Open-channel Flow</title---><desc--->The design of a highway drainage channel to carry a given discharge is accomplished in two parts. The first part of the design involves the computation of a channel section which will carry the design discharge on the available slope. This chapter briefly discusses the principles of flow in open channels and the use of the Manning equation for computing the channel capacity. The second part of the design is the determination of the degree of protection required to prevent erosion in the drainage channel. This can be done by computing the velocity in the channel at the design discharge, using the Manning equation, and comparing the calculated velocity with that permissible for the type of channel lining used. A change in the type of channel lining will require a change in channel size unless both linings have the same roughness coefficient.</desc---><title--->Partially Full Pipe Flow Calculation Spreadsheets</title---><desc--->The Manning equation is used for a wide variety of uniform open channel flow calculations, including gravity flow in pipes, the topic of this book. Gravity flow occurs in pipes for partially full flow, up to and including full pipe flow, as long as the pipe isn't pressurized. Equations for calculating area, wetted perimeter and hydraulic radius for partially full pipe flow are included in this book along with a brief review of the Manning equation and discussion of its use to calculate a) the flow rate in a given pipe (diameter, slope, & full pipe Manning roughness) at a specified depth of flow, b) the required diameter for a specified flow rate at a target percent full in a given pipe, c) the normal depth (depth of flow) for a specified flow rate in a given pipe, d) the required pipe slope for a specified flow rate and depth of flow through a given pipe, and d) calculation of an experimentally determined value for the full pipe Manning roughness coefficient. This includes presentation and discussion of the equations for the calculations, example calculations, and spreadsheets to facilitate the calculations. Examples include calculation with both U.S. units and S.I. units.</desc---><title--->Channel Flow Resistance</title---><title--->Centennial of Manning's Formula</title---> CRC Press Springer Science & Business Media John Wiley & Sons Transportation Research Board Tata McGraw-Hill Education APWA Press Oxford University Press Water Resources Publication Amer Society of Civil Engineers Elsevier International Assn of Hydrological Sciences Taylor & Francis
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,The Manning Equation for Open Channel Flow Calculations,A Direct Solution to Manning's Equation for the Normal Depth in Open-channel Flow,Design Charts for Open-channel Flow,Partially Full Pipe Flow Calculation Spreadsheets,Channel Flow Resistance,Centennial of Manning's Formula,Environmental Hydrology, Second Edition,Flow in Open Channels,Environmental Fluid Mechanics,The Science of Water,Concepts and Applications, Second Edition,Selected Water Resources Abstracts,Open Channel Flow,Numerical Methods and Computer Applications,Hydrology and Water Supply for Pond Aquaculture,Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement II, Wildcat and San Pablo Creeks, Contra Costa County, California,Revised Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement II, Wildcat and San Pablo Creeks, Contra Costa County, California,Pumping Station Design,Revised 3rd Edition,Practices of Irrigation & On-farm Water Management: Volume 2,Stormwater Management Manual,An Overview of Programs and Practices,Design of Roadside Drainage Channels,Open-Channel Flow,Hydraulic Loss Coefficients for Culverts,Hydraulic Design Series,A Brief Introduction To Fluid Mechanics,Civil Engineering Hydraulics,Urban Drainage, Second Edition,Environmental Science in Building,Civil Engineering,License Review,Water Supply,Fluvial Hydraulics,Environmental and Water Resources History,Proceedings and Invited Papers for the ASCE 150th Anniversary (1852-2002) : November 3-7, 2002, Washington, DC,Urban Drainage,Bringing Groundwater Quality Research to the Watershed Scale,Handbook of Mathematics and Statistics for the Environment,Municipal Stormwater Management,Encyclopedia of Environmental Science and Engineering,Land Development for Civil Engineers,Environmental Engineer's Mathematics Handbook,Handbook of Environmental Fluid Dynamics, Two-Volume Set,NIST Special Publication,NBS Special Publication
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