CE 6403 Applied Hydraulic Engineering Notes pdf from Anna University Civil Engineering 4th Semester Notes are available here. All the five units subject of the lecture Notes is covered.

## Applied Hydraulic Engineering Notes- Lecture Notes/Study Materials

Applied Hydraulic Engineering Lecture Notes are as per Anna University syllabus from regulation 2013 and having important 2 marks and 16 marks Questions with Answers in separate units here.

## Hydraulic Engineering Notes

Hydraulic Engineering Notes for Civil 4th Sem Notes. To introduce the students to various Applied Hydraulic Engineering Notes of problems like open channel flows and hydraulic machines. At the completion of the course.

The student should be able to relate the theory and practice of problems in hydraulic engineering.

### Civil Engineering 4th Semester Hydraulic Engineering Section of the channel

A section of the channel is said to be most economical when the cost of construction of the channel is minimized. But the cost of construction depends upon the excavation and lining to keep the cost minimum The wetted perimeter for a given discharge should be minimum.

It is defined as the hydraulic machine which convert mechanical energy into hydraulic energy

UNIT- I UNIFORM FLOW

Definition and differences between pipe flow and open channel flow – Types of Flow – Properties of open channel – Fundamental equations – Velocity distribution in open channel – Steady uniform flow: Chezy equation, Manning equation – Best hydraulic sections for uniform flow – Computation in Uniform Flow – Specific energy and specific force – Critical depth and velocity.

UNIT – II GRADUALLY V ARIED FLOW

Dynamic equations of gradually varied and spatially varied flows – Water surface flow profile classifications: Hydraulic Slope, Hydraulic Curve – Profile determination by Numerical method: Direct step method and Standard step method, Graphical method – Applications.

UNIT- III RAPIDLY VARIED FLOW

Application of the energy equation for RVF – Critical depth and velocity – Critical, Sub-critical and Super-critical flow – Application of the momentum equation for RVF – Hydraulic jumps – Types – Energy dissipation – Surges and surge through channel transitions

UNIT- IV TURBINES

Impact of Jet on vanes – Turbines – Classification – Reaction turbines – Francis turbine, Radial flow turbines, draft tube and cavitation – Propeller and Kaplan turbines – Impulse turbine – Performance of turbine – Specific speed – Runaway speed – Similarity laws.

UNIT- V PUMPS

Centrifugal pumps – Minimum speed to start the pump – NPSH – Cavitations in pumps – Operating characteristics – Multistage pumps – Reciprocating pumps – Negative slip – Flow separation conditions – Air vessels, indicator diagrams and its variations – Savings in work done – Rotary pumps: Gear pump.

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Civil Engineering Notes, Civil Engineer have to deal mostly soil, rocks, roads, bridges, canals, dams, buildings and concrete. All the civil engineering projects have planning, design and construction section.

In all this section basic knowledge about the site and about the material is more important. We are developing our nations of infrastructures.

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raghavan says

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jude aswin says

A river 100m wide and 3m deep has an average bed slope of 0.0005.Estimate the length of gradually varied flow profile procedure by a low weir which raises thr water surface just upstream of it by 1.5m.Assume N=0.035.Use direct step method with three steps.

Neha says

A flow of water at 150m/s in a rectangular channel of width 70cm &depth of flow is 40cm uniform flow occurs at the certain bed slope with chezy’s c=60 find the bed slope of channel

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