## Topic outline

• ### 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
• ### UNIFORM FLOW

##### 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
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• ### NORMAL DEPTH

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

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• ### EFFECTIVE CROSS SECTION

2.4 Design of Channel (Effective Cross Section)

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• ### NON - UNIFORM FLOW

##### Expected Outcome:

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

Contents:

3.1 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)

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• ### CRITICAL DEPTH

3.2 Determination of critical depth using various method

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• ### CONTROL SECTION

3.3 Control Section

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• ### RAPID VARIED FLOW

Expected Outcome:

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

Contents:

3.4.0 Introduction

3.4.1 Hydraulic Jump

- Types of Jump

-The uses of hydraulic jump

3.4.2 Momentum Principles, Conjugate Depth, Dissipated Energy, Power

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Expected Outcome:

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

Contents:

3.5.1Definition

3.5.2 Governing Equation

3.5.3 Classification of Open Channel Flows

3.5.4 Classification of Flow Profile

3.5.5 Numerical Analysis of Water Surface Profile

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• ### DIMENSION ANALYSIS

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:
4.1 Dimension Analysis
4.1.1 System Unit and Hydraulic Variables
4.1.2 Method of Dimensional Analysis
a) Rayleigh's Method
b) Buckingham's Method
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### 4.2 Hydraulic Similarity

4.2.1 Undistorted Model
4.2.2 Distorted Model

4.2.3 Types of Similarity
a) Geometric Similarity
b) Kinematic Similarity
c) Dynamic Similarity

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• ### HYDRAULICS MACHINERY

Expected Outcome:
1. Able to analyze hydraulics machinery principles.

Contents:
5.1 Pump Design
5.2 Classifications of Pumps
5.3 Pump: Description of a Centrifugal Pump
5.4 Pump Operating In Combination