Thursday, April 12, 2018

Increase in flow when Two parallel Identical Rectangular channels are combined to form Single with same Depth


Problem: Two parallel identical rectangular channels have a base width B= 3ft and are flowing with a depth D= 2ft. Calculate the percentage increase in flow rate if the channels were combined into a single rectangular channel of bse width 2*B = 6 ft and the same channel depth. 


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