This book is the second of two self-supporting volumes that make up the 8th edition of Tables for the Hydraulic Design of Pipes, Sewers and Channels. It provides an alternative solution system for the Colebrook-White equation.
Also included is a comprehensive list of adjustment factors for discharges for non-tabulated standard diameters, including standard sizes in imperial units. Supporting material is provided, such as expanded explanations of the significance and use of the tables. In addition, there are assessments for fluids with viscosities significantly different from that of water at 15 degrees Celsius. Treatments for uniform, gradually varied and rapidly varied conditions in the crosssections are covered in Tables C. Also included is appropriate material on typical roughness sizes and on additional losses.
A condensed tabular system for Colebrook-White Solutions; Tables of properties of unit sections (Tables C); Circular section pipelines and sewers flowing full, Non-circular cross-sections of flow-General principles, Partfull circular pipes pipes-proportional flow approach, Non-circular cross-sections of flow-general approach, illustration of basic procedures, basic solutions for trapezoidal open channel, Obtaining adjusted solutions for the preceding examples as appropriate, configuration modified measures of surface resistance, Basic Manning-Williamson solutions, other sources of resistance, Checks on mean velocity, Reynolds number and Froude number;
Viscosities other than that of water at 15°C, Critical depth and critical discharge; use of tables with data from natural channels; gradually varied flow in prismatic channels, Rapidly varied flow, Review, References, Nomenclature, Appendices, Tables of the properties of unit sections, with separate proportional discharge table for circular pipes only (Tables C), Values of mV and m Q deriving from the Manning equation (Tables D) and Values of mc deriving from Colebrook-White equation in conjunction with the Manning equation, and the Velocity ration V r(0.50) for half-fill flows in circular pipes (Tables E), Annexure.