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Air-water flow in hydraulic structures
Henry T. Falvey
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Water and Power Resources Service, Engineering and Research Center, For Sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., Available from the National Technical Information Service in Denver, Colo, [Washington, D.C.], Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Henry T. Falvey.|
|Series||Water resources technical publication, Engineering monograph -- no. 41, Engineering monographs -- no. 41.|
|Contributions||Engineering and Research Center (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
This book will be of great interest to professionals working in many fields of engineering: chemical, civil, environmental, mechanical, mining, metallurgy, and nuclear. Covers new information on the air-water flow field: air bubble distributions, air-water velocity profiles, /5(5). Both air-water flow patterns and basic air-water flow properties were investigated. The hydraulic jumps on the rough bed exhibited some remarkable differences compared with smooth bed jumps including some preaeration of the flow upstream of the jump, an upwards shift of the jump roller and a clear water-flow region underneath the jump.
The primary purpose of water aeration is to increase the oxygen saturation of the water. This can be achieved by using hydraulic structures because of substantial air bubble entrainment at these structures. This paper reviewed the literature on hydraulic structures used in water aeration processes. The hydraulic structures were divided into two groups as the high-head flow systems and the Cited by: Dams and Appurtenant Hydraulic Structures, 2nd edition: Edition 2 - Ebook written by Ljubomir Tanchev. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Dams and Appurtenant Hydraulic Structures, 2nd edition: Edition /5(2).
Gated tunnels are among the important hydraulic structures which fulfil various functions. However, due to the high-velocity flow through these structures, Cited by: 7. The book's key topics are explored in two parts - dam engineering and other hydraulic structures – and the text concludes with a chapter on models in hydraulic engineering. Worked numerical examples supplement the main text and extensive lists of references conclude each chapter.
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Air-Water Flow in Hydraulic Structures MS () Bureau of Reclamation TECHNICAL RE 7. AUTHOR(S) Henry T. Falvey 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS Water and Power Resources Service Engineering and Research Center PO Box Denver, Colorado ‘2.
SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Same ‘5. The book of Chanson () is the first book on hydraulic engineering with key focus on air-water flows, containing 19 chapters dealing with most types of air-water flows, covered both from an Author: Henry Falvey.
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0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. the gradually-varied air–water flow properties (WOOD ).
These significant findings are not complete and the contribution of hydraulic engineers to gas–liquid flow research has been relatively modest for the last 40 years.
Fundamental research has been dominated by chemical, mechanical and nuclear engineers. For example, the Air-water flow in hydraulic structures book. Appendix A – Air-water mass transfer in air–water flows.
Air–water flows in rivers and hydraulic structures have great potential for aeration enhancement of flow because of the large interfacial area generated by entrained bubbles (Part 4, Chapter 17; ChansonFig.
In hydraulic structures, free-surface aeration is commonly observed: i.e., the white waters. The air bubble entrainment may be localised (hydraulic jumps, plunging jets) or continuous along an interface (water jets, chutes).
Despite recent advances, there are some basic concerns about the extrapolation of laboratory results to large size prototype by: Air Entrainment in Free-surface Flow IAHR Hydraulic Structures Design Manuals 4. By I.R. Wood. Hardback $ eBook $ Book Description.
This literature continues to expand and with it our understanding of the air water flow phenomena. The monograph must therefore be seen as the authors' views on the state of the art around In addition to being diffused across the flow, air is also transported with the flow.
Some of the air is transported as bubbles and some of the air is transported in the air-water interface. The significance of these different means of transport will be considered later. In. Chapter 9 Hydraulic Structures September Urban Drainage and Flood Control District Urban Storm Drainage Criteria Manual Volume 2.
Structures in Streams. Hydraulic structures are used to guide and control water flow in streams. Structures described. Air Entrainment in Free-surface Flow: IAHR Hydraulic Structures Design Manuals 4 (IAHR Design Manual) This literature continues to expand and with it our understanding of the air water flow phenomena.
The monograph must therefore be seen as the authors' views on the state of the art around More recent references have been included for Author: I.R. Wood. Hydraulic Structures C S James This graduate/upper-division undergraduate textbook provides a solid grounding in the theory underlying the design and analysis of hydraulic structures, including spillways, energy dissipators, culverts, flow measuring structures and others.
A Hydraulic Jump Flow Down a Smooth Sloping Spillway Flow Down a Stepped Spillway An Aeration Duct on a Spillway 3. Conclusions Glossary Bibliography Biographical Sketch Summary Two-phase air-water flows occur when water plunges or jets into a body of water, when.
Air Entrainment in Free-surface Flow book. IAHR Hydraulic Structures Design Manuals 4. Swirl-flow problems at intakes and Air-water flow in closed conduits.
Free-surface flow configurations leading to local air entrainment are always connected with some form of surface discontinuity. These flows differ from ambient surface aeration in that Cited by: 8. Air Entrainment in Free-surface Flow: IAHR Hydraulic Structures Design Manuals 4 - CRC Press Book This monograph is aimed at the practising hydraulic engineer.
Work on it commenced at Professor Naudascher's instigation in This book comprises the papers of the International Conference on Hydraulics of Dams and Rivers Structures, held in Tehran, April The topics covered include air-water flows, intakes and outlets, hydrodynamic forces, energy dissipators, stepped spillways, scouring and sedimentation around structures, numerical approaches in river hydrodynamics, river response to hydraulic structures.
This book comprises the papers of the International Conference on Hydraulics of Dams and Rivers Structures, held in Tehran, April The topics covered include air-water flows, intakes and outlets, hydrodynamic forces, energy dissipators, stepped spillways, scouring and sedimentation around structures, numerical approaches in river hydrodynamics, river response to.
In hydraulic engineering, air bubble entrainment is defined as the entrapment of air bubbles and pockets that are advected within the turbulent flow. The entrainment of air packets can be localised or continuous along the air–water interface.
Examples of localised aeration include air entrainment by plunging water jet and at hydraulic s are entrained locally at the intersection of. The primary purpose of water aeration is to increase the oxygen saturation of the water.
This can be achieved by using hydraulic structures because of substantial air bubble entrainment at these structures. This paper reviewed the literature on hydraulic structures used in water aeration processes.
The hydraulic structures were divided into two groups as the high-head flow systems and the free Cited by: Flow-induced Vibrations: an Engineering Guide: IAHR Hydraulic Structures Design Manuals 7 (IAHR Design Manual) by Eduard Naudascher () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Flow-induced Vibrations: an Engineering Guide: IAHR Hydraulic Structures Design Manuals 7 (IAHR Design Manual) by Eduard Naudascher ()/5(6). plunge point aeration at the start of the hydraulic jump in the stilling basin; the original paper dealt with this type of aeration with suitable equations to estimate aeration rate.
In each case, entrainment of air into the flow, and the dragging of air with the flow, require air vents to prevent undesirable negative pressures and : T.
H. Douglas, L. J. Arthur.