Canal Design and Construction

 
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V.K. Bairathi
Published by New India Publishing Agency (2012)
ISBN 10: 9380235631 ISBN 13: 9789380235639
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Book Description New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. This book is an outcome of a large experience of many engineers on various different site conditions. Many actual cases have been sited. It deals with all the practical aspects of an economic section for various discharges, topographic and soil conditions. The canal design involves deep knowledge of following disciplines. Hydraulic of flow, Mechanics of bed erosion and sediment transport, Geotechnical engineering: Soil and Rock mechanics, stability of inner and outer slopes, including that of foundation, Mechanics of ground water flow, seepage and drainage characteristics of soil and ground, Tunnelling, Structural Engineering and construction techniques There are following Parameters of a Channel Design, i. Discharge, Q ii. Rugosity coefficient, N iii. Longitudinal slope, S iv. Side slope Z (horizontal : 1 vertical) v. Bed width, B vi. Depth, D or b/d ratio, X and vii. Velocity, V Lastly this volume is very friendly to field engineers and helps to avoid mistakes. It is written in such a way that the field engineers can use the relevant part directly. The book is also very useful to engineering students to enable them to clearly understand the hydraulics and economics of canal sections, and project works. It incorporates the work of many researchers / scholars on the subject. It also highlights future studies required. Contents Preface Units of Measurement Notations Abbreviations List of Figures List of Tables Introduction 1 Our Source of Inspiration 2 Flow Formulae 3 Basic Hydraulics of Flow 3.1 Classification of Flows 3.2 Steady and Unsteady Flow 3.3 Uniform and Non-Uniform 3.4 Turbulent and Laminar Flow 3.5 Pressure Flow (or Also Generally Known as Pipe Flow) 3.6 Open Channel Flow 3.7 Specific Energy 3.8 Critical Depth as A Control Section 3.9 Fundamental Equations of Fluid Motion 3.10 Flexibility Chapter-1 : Design of Canals 1.0 General 1.1 Approaches of Design of Canal Section 1.2 Design of Lined Canals 1.2.1 Composite Section 1.3 Hydraulic Design 1.4 The Manning?s Formula 1.4.1 Influence of Shape (Form) on the Hydraulic Radius 1.4.1.1 Effect of Geometric proportions in hydramlic radius 1.4.2 Oddities and Paradoxes of Open Channels 1.4.3 Laws of Variation 1.4.4 Open channel problems 1.5 Important Terminology 1.5.1 Best Hydraulic Sections 1.6 Conditions For Maximum Discharge through A Channel A) Rectangular Sections B) Trapezoidal Section C) Optimum Side Slopes D) Optimum Values of B and A in Terms of D 1.6.1 Some Useful Derivations of Manning?s Formula for Best Sections 1.6.2 Triangular Section 1.6.3 Alternative Approach 1.6.4 Other Methods 1.7 Comparison of Best Hydraulic Sections (Trapezoidal, Rectangular and Mehboob) with Semi Circle 1.8 Comparison of Best Sections for A Given Discharge 1.9 Comparison of Best Sections for Constant Area 1.10 Comparison of Best Sections Inscribed in A Semi Circle 1.11 Comparison of Best Sections for Constant Perimeter 1.12 Summary and Conclusion References Chapter-2 : Practical Aspects of Design of Canals 2.0 Manning?s Rugosity Coefficient (N) 2.1 Factors Affecting Manning?s Roughness Coefficient 2.2 Composite Section 2.3 Velocity and Discharge Computation for Best Hydraulic Sections 2.4 Velocity In Lined/Unlined Canals 2.5 Summary and Conclusion References Chapter-3 : Design of Mehboob and Best Trapezoidal Canals 3.1 Mehboob Section 3.2 Choice / Selection between Mehboob and Trapezoidal Section 3.3 Effect of Side Slopes on Hydraulic Efficiency 3.4 Design of Best Trapezoidal Canals 3.5 Summary and Conclusion References Chapter-4 : Design of Wide Channels 4.1 Effect of Bed Width on Hydraulic Efficiency 4.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of a Deep Section 4.3 Master Equation 4.4 Trapezoidal Section With Curved Ends 4.5 Comparison of curved end with trapezoidal section 4.6 Effect of Manni Printed Pages: 648. Bookseller Inventory # 65741

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V.K. Bairathi
Published by New India Publishing Agency (2012)
ISBN 10: 9380235631 ISBN 13: 9789380235639
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Book Description New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. This book is an outcome of a large experience of many engineers on various different site conditions. Many actual cases have been sited. It deals with all the practical aspects of an economic section for various discharges, topographic and soil conditions. The canal design involves deep knowledge of following disciplines. Hydraulic of flow, Mechanics of bed erosion and sediment transport, Geotechnical engineering: Soil and Rock mechanics, stability of inner and outer slopes, including that of foundation, Mechanics of ground water flow, seepage and drainage characteristics of soil and ground, Tunnelling, Structural Engineering and construction techniques There are following Parameters of a Channel Design, i. Discharge, Q ii. Rugosity coefficient, N iii. Longitudinal slope, S iv. Side slope Z (horizontal : 1 vertical) v. Bed width, B vi. Depth, D or b/d ratio, X and vii. Velocity, V Lastly this volume is very friendly to field engineers and helps to avoid mistakes. It is written in such a way that the field engineers can use the relevant part directly. The book is also very useful to engineering students to enable them to clearly understand the hydraulics and economics of canal sections, and project works. It incorporates the work of many researchers / scholars on the subject. It also highlights future studies required. Contents Preface Units of Measurement Notations Abbreviations List of Figures List of Tables Introduction 1 Our Source of Inspiration 2 Flow Formulae 3 Basic Hydraulics of Flow 3.1 Classification of Flows 3.2 Steady and Unsteady Flow 3.3 Uniform and Non-Uniform 3.4 Turbulent and Laminar Flow 3.5 Pressure Flow (or Also Generally Known as Pipe Flow) 3.6 Open Channel Flow 3.7 Specific Energy 3.8 Critical Depth as A Control Section 3.9 Fundamental Equations of Fluid Motion 3.10 Flexibility Chapter-1 : Design of Canals 1.0 General 1.1 Approaches of Design of Canal Section 1.2 Design of Lined Canals 1.2.1 Composite Section 1.3 Hydraulic Design 1.4 The Manningâs Formula 1.4.1 Influence of Shape (Form) on the Hydraulic Radius 1.4.1.1 Effect of Geometric proportions in hydramlic radius 1.4.2 Oddities and Paradoxes of Open Channels 1.4.3 Laws of Variation 1.4.4 Open channel problems 1.5 Important Terminology 1.5.1 Best Hydraulic Sections 1.6 Conditions For Maximum Discharge through A Channel A) Rectangular Sections B) Trapezoidal Section C) Optimum Side Slopes D) Optimum Values of B and A in Terms of D 1.6.1 Some Useful Derivations of Manningâs Formula for Best Sections 1.6.2 Triangular Section 1.6.3 Alternative Approach 1.6.4 Other Methods 1.7 Comparison of Best Hydraulic Sections (Trapezoidal, Rectangular and Mehboob) with Semi Circle 1.8 Comparison of Best Sections for A Given Discharge 1.9 Comparison of Best Sections for Constant Area 1.10 Comparison of Best Sections Inscribed in A Semi Circle 1.11 Comparison of Best Sections for Constant Perimeter 1.12 Summary and Conclusion References Chapter-2 : Practical Aspects of Design of Canals 2.0 Manningâs Rugosity Coefficient (N) 2.1 Factors Affecting Manningâs Roughness Coefficient 2.2 Composite Section 2.3 Velocity and Discharge Computation for Best Hydraulic Sections 2.4 Velocity In Lined/Unlined Canals 2.5 Summary and Conclusion References Chapter-3 : Design of Mehboob and Best Trapezoidal Canals 3.1 Mehboob Section 3.2 Choice / Selection between Mehboob and Trapezoidal Section 3.3 Effect of Side Slopes on Hydraulic Efficiency 3.4 Design of Best Trapezoidal Canals 3.5 Summary and Conclusion References Chapter-4 : Design of Wide Channels 4.1 Effect of Bed Width on Hydraulic Efficiency 4.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of a Deep Section 4.3 Master Equation 4.4 Trapezoidal Section With Curved Ends 4.5 Comparison of curved end with trapezoidal section 4.6 Effect of Manni Printed Pages: 648. Bookseller Inventory # 65741

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