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Computers are widely used for the analysis, design, and operation of water resource projects. This gives accurate results, allowing the analysis of complex systems which may not have been possible otherwise, and the investigation and comparison of several different alternatives in a short time, thereby reducing the project costs, optimizing design, and efficient utilization of resources. This volume compiles an edited version of the lecture notes specially prepared by 14 well-known European and North American researchers. Part I deals with free-surface flows. Governing equations are derived and their solution by the finite-difference, finite-element, and boundary-integral methods are discussed. Then, turbulence models, three-dimensional models, dam-break flow models, sediment transport models, and flood routing models are presented. Part II is related to the modeling of steady and transient pressurized flows. Governing equations for both single and two-component flows are derived and numerical methods for their solution are presented. The modeling of water quality in pipe networks, of cooling water systems, and slow and rapid transients is then discussed.
|Other titles||Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Pullman, WA, U.S.A., June 28--July 9, 1993|
|Statement||edited by M. Hanif Chaudhry, Larry W. Mays|
|Series||NATO ASI Series, Series E: Applied Sciences -- 274, NATO ASI Series, Series E: Applied Sciences -- 274|
|Contributions||Mays, Larry W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (ix, 741 p.)|
|Number of Pages||741|
|ISBN 10||9401044171, 9401109648|
|ISBN 10||9789401044172, 9789401109642|
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Governing equations for both single and two-component flows are derived and numerical methods for their solution are presented. The modeling of water quality in pipe networks, of cooling water systems, and slow and rapid transients is then discussed.
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Hanif CHAUDHRY and Larry W. MAYS Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers (Dordrecht, Boston, London)Author: M. Hanif CHAUDHRY and Larry W. MAYS. Numerical Modeling of the Transition between Free Surface and Pressurized Flow in Storm Sewers Jose G.
Vasconcelos and Steven J. Wright Stormwater drainage systems are typically composed of a network of closed conduits designed to operate under normal conditions in an open-channel, free surface flow. • Free surface flows are encountered in many different applications: – Flow around a ship.
– Blow molding. – Extrusion. – Mold filling. • There are two basic ways to model free surface flows: – Lagrangian: the mesh follows the interface shape. – Eulerian: the mesh is fixed and a local volume fraction is Size: KB.
In previous efforts (e.g.,), an exchange flux q e was used to couple the surface and the subsurface domains. It generally follows the form (10) q e (x) = λ (x) (ψ s-ψ p). Thus, the exchange rate depends upon the gradient across some interface and the proportionality constant λ(x) [T −1], which is a measure of the hydraulic connectivity between the two domains ().Cited by: Free Surface Fluid Flow Fluid flow problems often involve free surfaces in complex geometry and in many cases are highly transient.
Examples in hydraulics are flows over spillways, in rivers, around bridge pilings, flood overflows, flows in sluices, locks, and a host of other structures. a comparison of watershed model processes and characteristics. The surface-water models described in this report are grouped in the following categories: (I) Flow models including watershed models, channel - hydraulics models, river basin models, and reservoir models, and (II) Vfater- quality models.
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The flow in each pipe can range from free surface to pressurized flow and the water depth at the junction or drop shaft can take on all possible levels. The BCs are applied to the following three cases: (1) a three-way merging flow; (2) a three-way dividing flow; and (3) a drop shaft connected to a single-horizontal pipe subjected to a rapid.In physics, a free surface flow is the surface of a fluid flowing that is subjected to both zero perpendicular normal stress and parallel shear stress.
This can be the boundary between two homogeneous fluids, like water in an open container and the air in the Earth's atmosphere that form a .context though reference to books providing such reviews is included where appropriate.
This book is targeted at graduate students and researchers at the cutting edge of investigationsinto the fundamental nature of multiphase ﬂows; it is intended as a reference book for the basic methods used in the treatment of multiphase Size: 6MB.