Analysis of Flow in Water Distribution Networks by Pramod R. Bhave

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Collins [42] has confirmed them as excellent approximation of the Colebrook-White equation. 20)] are almost the same. 18)] in 1973 [34], the credit of proposing this type of explicit relationship first goes to Churchill. 19) for direct use in practice. 20) is also now included in a textbook of fluid mechanics [9]. 23) which is rather complicated but extremely accurate for 4,000 < Re < 108, andO < (e/D) < 5 X 10"2, and thus gives an excellent explicit form of the Colebrook-White equation. 33 percent for 4,000 < Re < 108, and 0 < (e/D) < 5 X 10"2.

3 G2-3. 4, as obtained from the consideration of the entire network. In this example: (1) The supply rate at junction 6 can be found either by considering the network as a whole or by determining the discharge in pipes 6-5 and 6-3 and then considering junction 6. (2) The absolute values for the pipe discharges cannot be determined by simply applying the continuity principle. They can be expressed only in terms of discharges in some pipes. In the solution herein, the pipe discharges are expressed in terms of the discharge in pipes 1-2 or 2-3 or both.

18)] in 1973 [34], the credit of proposing this type of explicit relationship first goes to Churchill. 19) for direct use in practice. 20) is also now included in a textbook of fluid mechanics [9]. 23) which is rather complicated but extremely accurate for 4,000 < Re < 108, andO < (e/D) < 5 X 10"2, and thus gives an excellent explicit form of the Colebrook-White equation. 33 percent for 4,000 < Re < 108, and 0 < (e/D) < 5 X 10"2. 30 percent for 4,000 < Re < 108 and 0 < (e/D) < 5 X 10"2. 45 percent.

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