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***Andy McDaniel Exam #2 CE 428***

Known Variables
S1 := 0.0008 g := 32.2 b := 10 m := 1 n1 := 0.016
g := 32.2
Lhj := 100 Ltg := 8000 yg1 := 10 yg2 := 3

Initial Guesses
YNo := 4 YCo := 2

Equations For Analyses


*** Channel Geometric Relations
2
2 2 P( y , m, b ) := b + 2⋅ y ⋅ 1 + m B( y , m, b ) := b + 2⋅ m⋅ y
A ( y , m, b ) := b ⋅ y + y ⋅ 1 + m

A ( y , m, b ) 0.667
R( y , m, b ) := R2( y , m, b ) := ( R( y , m, b ) )
P( y , m, b )

***Gate Discharge Equation (See Attached Derivation)


2⋅ g ⋅ ( yg1 − yg2)
Qo := = 921.753
2 2
 1   1 
 A ( yg2 , m, b )  −  A ( yg1 , m, b ) 
   
2
B( y , m, b ) ⋅ Qo
Crit( y , m, b , g ) := 1 −
3 yc := root ( Crit( YCo, m, b , g ) , YCo) = 4.785
g ⋅ A ( y , m, b )

1.49
Qman( Qo , y , m, b , So1, n ) := ⋅ A ( y , b , m) ⋅ R2( y , b , m) ⋅ So1 − Qo
n1

yn := root ( Qman( Qo , YNo, m, b , S1, n1) , YNo) = 4.453


Since Yn < Yc, the channel is steep and we have a sense of release.

E1 := yc +
( Qo2) = 6.835
2
2⋅ g ⋅ ( A ( yc , m, b ) )
Hydraulic Jump Downstream of Sluice Gate
From Excel Spread sheet at ~Station 9000

y1 := 3.32 Fr1 := 1.82

y2 :=
y1
⋅ ( 2 )
1 + 8⋅ Fr1 − 1 = 7.045
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