Hydraulics of open channel flow (sewers, drains, and channel sections), review of hydrostatics (e.g. the calculation of water pressures, and their consequent forces when water is still, e.g. in reservoirs, or against the face of dams.), concepts of energy; momentum and continuity and their applications in solving practical design problems, energy and energy losses that drive the flow of water, flow equations, steady and unsteady flow, the definition and significance of uniform, critical, subcritical and supercritical flow, rapidly varied and gradually varied flow with practical design problems and demonstrations of each, computational work on hydraulic profiles.
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