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The exhaustive list of topics in Hydraulics in which we provide Help with Homework Assignment and Help with Project is as follows:

  • Open Channel Flow:
    • Difference between Open Channel Flow and Pipe Flow
    • Types of Channel
    • Geometric parameters of a channel
    • Classification of Open Channel Flow
    • Continuity and Momentum equation.
  • Uniform flow:
    • Resistance flow formula
    • Velocity distribution
    • Equivalent roughness coefficient
    • Velocity coefficients
    • Uniform flow in rigid boundary channel
    • Uniform flow in mobile boundary channel.
  • Energy and Momentum Principle:
    • Concept of Specific Energy
    • Critical Depth
    • Alternate depth
    • Specific Force
    • Sequent depth.
  • Non-Uniform Flow:
    • Governing equation of GVF
    • Classification of Gradually Varied Flow
    • Computation of GVF profile
    • Rapidly Varied Flow
    • Hydraulic Jump
    • Flow over a Hump
    • Flow in Channel Transition.
  • Canal Design:
    • Concept of best hydraulic section
    • Design of rigid boundary canal
    • Design of channel in alluvial formation- Kennedy’s theory
    • Lacy’s theory
    • Method of Tractive force
    • Free-board in canal.
  • Unsteady Flow:
    • Wave and their classification
    • Celerity of wave
    • Surges
    • Characteristic equation.
  • Pipe Flow:
    • Losses in pipes
    • Pipe in series and parallel
    • Pipe network analysis
    • Water hammer
    • Surge tank.
  • Hydraulic Model Study:
    • Important dimensionless flow parameters
    • Similitude: Geometric
    • Kinematic and Dynamic Similarity
    • Model scales