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Pipe Network Analysis using Hardy Cross method

Pipe Network Analysis using Hardy Cross method

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Published by Azaz Ahmed
A small presentation made by me. Few minor mistakes are still in the document. Will upload the revised one soon.
A small presentation made by me. Few minor mistakes are still in the document. Will upload the revised one soon.

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Published by: Azaz Ahmed on Nov 12, 2010
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PIPE NETWORK ANALYSIS
Presented by-Azaz Ahmed.CIB-09-015.
Department of Civil EngineeringSchool of Engineering, Tezpur University, Napaam 784028, Tezpur,Assam, India
 
INTRODUCTION
Pipe Network
An interconnected system of pipes forming severalloops or circuits.E.g.- Municipal water distribution systems in cities.
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Fig.: Pipe Network
 
Pipe network
Necessary conditions for any network of pipes
The flow into each junction must be equal to theflow out of the junction. This is due to thecontinuity equation.The algebraic sum of head losses round each loopmust be zero.The head loss in each pipe is expressed as hf =kQn. For Turbulent flow, n = 2.

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