This set of Fluid Mechanics Objective Questions & Answers focuses on “Gradually Varied Flow(GVF) – 3”.
1. Determine the value of the hydraulic depth of a channel having dy⁄dx = 4×10-4 and dE⁄dx = 3.73×10-4. Given:V = 1m/s
2. A rectangular channel has depth of 1m and width of 2m, calculate the rate of change of depth if the rate of change of specific energy is 2×10-5m. Given: Fr=0.48.
3. The top width of a triangular channel section is 6m and the side slope of the channel is 1H:4V, calculate the rate of change of specific energy if dy⁄dx = 2×10-5m and V=2 m/s
4. If dE⁄dx = 2.5×10-4 m and dy⁄dx = 3.5×10-4 m, calculate the value of Fr.
5. The rate of change of specific energy is given by x2/2 and x ranges from 0 to 3, calculate the value of specific energy.
6. The rate of change of depth is given by 1/x2 and the rate of change of specific energy is given by 3x2 with x ranging from 0 to 0.2, calculate the value of Froude’s number.
7. The hydraulic depth of a channel is 0.94m and the velocity of flow is 2 m/s. Calculate the rate of change of depth if the rate of change of specific energy is 2.5×10-4m.
8. Calculate the value of Froude’s number for a rectangular channel having depth 1.5m and width 2.5m if the value of C = 30 and S0=1 in 1000.
9. The dynamic equation for the slope of water surface in a GVF is not valid for super critical flow.
10. If the ratio of dE⁄dx and dy⁄dx is 0.2823, estimate the value of Froude’s number.
Explanation: Ratio = 1 – Fr2 = 0.2823; Fr=0.85.
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