Supplementary Material 0.6

Chapter 0 – Steady-State Hydraulics


Surge Analysis and the Wave Plan Method

Supplementary Material: Example Problems and Solutions

Chapter 0 – Problem 0.6

0.6 A 2400m long pipeline was built with multiple DI pipe sections of the type described in Question 3 using standard push-on joints. A field measurement program measured  a total headloss in the pipeline of 29.25 m at a flowrate of 142 lps. Compute the associated Hazen-William roughness coefficient. If the computed coefficient is different from that computed in Question 3 (based on a 6 m section), what are the possible reason(s)?

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