By M. Hanif Chaudhry
Applied Hydraulic Transients, third variation covers hydraulic transients in a finished and systematic demeanour from advent to complicated point and provides quite a few tools of study for machine answer. The ebook is appropriate as a textbook for senior-level undergraduate and graduate scholars in addition to a reference for working towards engineers and researchers. the sphere of program of the e-book is especially large and numerous and covers parts equivalent to hydroelectric initiatives, pumped garage schemes, water-supply platforms, cooling-water platforms, oil pipelines and business piping structures.
A robust emphasis is given to functional purposes: a number of case stories, difficulties of utilized nature, and layout standards are integrated. it will support the layout engineers and introduce the scholars to real-life tasks. up to date references are integrated on the finish of every chapter.
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The substitution of this expression into Eq. 2-45 and the expansion of the terms in parentheses yield V ∂ ∂V ∂ ∂V (ρA) + ρA +V (ρAV ) + ρAV ∂t ∂t ∂x ∂x ρAf V |V | ∂p + ρgA sin θ + =0 +A ∂x 2D (2-47) The rearrangement of the terms of this equation gives V ∂ ∂V ∂V ∂ (ρA) + (ρAV ) + ρA + ρAV ∂t ∂x ∂t ∂x ∂p ρAf V |V | +A + ρgA sin θ + =0 ∂x 2D (2-48) Based on the continuity equation (Eq. 2-14), the sum of the two terms inside the brackets is zero. Hence, dropping the terms inside the brackets and dividing the resulting equation by pA, we obtain ∂V ∂V 1 ∂p f V |V | +V + + g sin θ + =0 ∂t ∂x ρ ∂x 2D (2-49) This equation is called the momentum equation.
Laboratory studies [Streeter, 1972] and prototype tests [Pearsall, 1965] show that the dissolved gases tend to come out of solution when the pressure is reduced, even when it remains above the liquid vapor pressure. This results in decreasing the wave velocity signiﬁcantly. 50 2 TRANSIENT-FLOW EQUATIONS Fig. 2-4. Variation of wave velocity in an air-water mixture with air content. (After Kobori, et al. ) Therefore, the wave velocity of a positive pressure wave may be higher than that of a negative wave.
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