Topic outline

  • CHAPTER 1

    FLOW IN OPEN CHANNEL


    Expected Outcome:

    1. Able to define and analyze the uniform and non-uniform flow in open channel


    Contents:

    1.0 Introduction
    1.1. Types of Channel
             1.1.1 Natural Open Channel
             1.1.2 Category of Artificial Open Channel
    1.2 Types of Flow
             1.2.1 Flow Classification
  • CHAPTER 2

    UNIFORM FLOW IN OPEN CHANNEL


    Expected Outcome:

    1. Able to define and analyze non-uniform flow in open channel.


    Contents:

    2.0 Definition

    2.1 Resistance of Flow Formula

          2.1.1 Chezy Formula

          2.1.2 Ganguillet Kutter Formula

          2.1.3 Banzin Formula
          2.1.4 Manning Formula
                    2.1.4.1 Factor Affecting Manning Formula

    2.2 Determination of Normal Depth by Various Formula

          2.2.1 Trial & Error and Graphical Solution

         2.2.2 General Design Chart

         2.2.3 Numerical Method


  • CHAPTER 2 (Continue)

    2.3 Design of Channel (Typical section)

    2.4 Design of Channel (Effective Cross Section)

  • CHAPTER 3

    NON UNIFORM FLOW IN OPEN CHANNEL


    Expected Outcome:

    1. Able to identify and analyze non uniform flow in Open Channel.


    Contents:

    3.0 Introduction

    3.1 Use of Specific Energy

          3.1.1 Specific Energy in Open Channel

          3.1.2 Specific Energy Diagram (E-y)

          3.1.3 Specific Energy Diagram (q-y)

    3.2 Critical Flow Criteria (Square/Rectangular Channel)

          3.2.1 Cross Section for Critical Flow (z)

    • CHAPTER 4

      RAPID VARIED FLOW


      Expected Outcome:

      1. Able to identify and analyze Rapid Varied Flow in Open Channel.


      Contents:

      4.0 Introduction

      4.1 Hydraulic Jump

            4.1.1 Types of Jump

            4.1.2  The uses of hydraulic jump

      4.2 Momentum Principles, Conjugate Depth, Dissipated Energy, Power

      4.3 Hydraulic Jump Positions Length And Location of Hydraulic Jump

      • CHAPTER 5

        GRADUALLY VARIED FLOW


        Expected Outcome:

        1. Able to identify and analyze Gradually Varied Flow (GVF) in Open Channel.


        Contents:

        5.0 Definition

        5.1 Governing Equation

        5.2 Classification of Open Channel Flows

               5.2.1 Classification of Flow Profile

        5.3 Numerical Analysis of Water Surface Profile

               5.3.1 Numerical Integration Method (Prismatic Channel)

               5.3.2 Direct Step Method (Prismatic Channel)

        • CHAPTER 6

          DIMENSION ANALYSIS & HYDRAULIC SIMILITUDE


          Expected Outcome:
          1. Able to predict prototype behavior from the measurement of a model.
          2. Able to predict correlate the analytical result with the experimental.

          Contents:
          6.1 Dimension Analysis
                 6.1.1 System Unit and Hydraulic Variables
          6.2 Method of Dimensional Analysis
                 6.2.1 Rayleigh's Method
                          6.2.1.1 Rayleigh's Method (Step)
                          6.2.1.2 Rayleigh's Method (Example)
                6.2.2 Buckingham's Method
                          6.2.2.1Buckingham's Method (Step)
                          6.2.2.2 Buckingham's Method (Example)
          6.3 Hydraulic Similitude
                 6.3.1 Undistorted Model
                        6.3.1.1 Undistorted Model (Example)
                 6.3.2 Distorted Model
                        6.3.2.1 Distorted Model (Example)4.4 Types of Similarity
                 6.4.1 Geometric Similarity
                 6.4.2 Kinematic Similarity
                 6.4.3 Dynamic Similarity
          • CHAPTER 7

            HYDRAULICS MACHINERY


            Expected Outcome:

            1. Able to analyze hydraulics machinery principles.


            Contents:

            7.1 Pump Design

                  7.1.1 Unit Speed

                  7.1.2 Unit Discharge

                  7.1.3 Power Relation

                  7.1.4 Unit Power

                  7.1.5 Specific Speed

                  7.1.6 Efficiency

            7.2 Affinity Law for Centrifugal Pumps