Reported here are some results obtained, from a calculus algorithm application that, based on known equation analytical solutions of water flow profiles, allows the study of steady-state, gradually varied flow in open channel networks. The procedure allows to calculate, in the case of slow water flow into gradually downward slope channels, in the direction of motion, the florates and water levels respectively, in all the nodes and sides of the network. The results have been compared with the solutions proposed by other authors.

GRADUALLY-VARIED FLOWS IN OPEN-CHANNEL NETWORKS

TODISCO, MARIA TERESA
2009

Abstract

Reported here are some results obtained, from a calculus algorithm application that, based on known equation analytical solutions of water flow profiles, allows the study of steady-state, gradually varied flow in open channel networks. The procedure allows to calculate, in the case of slow water flow into gradually downward slope channels, in the direction of motion, the florates and water levels respectively, in all the nodes and sides of the network. The results have been compared with the solutions proposed by other authors.
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