Advanced Hydraulics

Course Description

This course introduces the fundamental concepts, advanced principles and application of hydraulic analysis and design to the undergraduate students of civil engineering.

Topics covered: Types of open channel flow , resistance relationships in open channel flow, use of momentum principle in open channel flow, concept of specific energy and specific force, velocity measurement, flow profiles, draw down and back water curves,hydraulic jumps, basic characteristics of jump, energy dissipation due to jumps, flow through culverts and bridge piers, types of turbines and pumps, operating characteristic curves, cavitation.

Advanced Hydraulics
Lecture 37: Channel Transitions
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