MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 144, 2018International Conference on Research in Mechanical Engineering Sciences (RiMES 2017)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Published online||09 January 2018|
A new approach to hydraulic calculations of free-flow drainage systems
Moscow state university of civil engineering, Yaroslavskoye shosse, 26, Moscow, Russia, 129337
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The accuracy of hydraulic calculations is determined by the accuracy of the mathematical models inherent in their foundation. The results of calculations, obtained by different models, and differing from each other by 5-10% is considered identical. The present study examines classical ways of finding the Chezy formula that are used for calculations of free-flow pipelines. These formulas differ from each other not only in parameters but also in the form of the functional dependence. The equation, underlying the hydraulic calculations, is nonlinear. Its solution is possible only in the number of well-established methods. It offers numerical computing to find pipelines diameters and their filling, as well as the algorithm to realize it. It conducts numerical experiment to compare pipelines diameters and filling and flow velocities. It presents frequency characteristics to distribute the parameters under analysis. For a specific example, the difference of cost of pipes, the diameters of which was found using the various formulas for coefficient Chezy, was calculated.
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