March 27, 2007

Worked Example 3.2

Worked Example 3.2

To compute the water levels for Q= 22, 44, 88 and 160 m3/s for the Jalan Tun Razak Culvert (3 m wide, 4 m deep, twin box culvert) and another 800 m long twin 3.35 x 3.35 m box culvert further downstream which discharges into Sg. Klang.

Above what Q are the Culverts (JTR and 800 m culvert downstream) flooded?

See Case Study in Appendix A, Section 2.3 (filename: tunrazak.zip)

Note:
• xs1111- open channel
• xs1021- open channel
• xs905- open channel
• xs901- section upstream of culvert
• xs875- JTR culvert (51 m long)
• xs848- section downstream of culvert
• xs836- open channel
• xs824- open channel
• xs800- open channel
• xs400- culvert (800 m long)
• xs0- open channel

I will like to declare Group 1 (Yeap, Marini, Rahiman) as the winner for this worked example.

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March 27, 2007

ksyeap @ 4:48 pm

Maximum allowable flow shall be approximately 76.1cms

zoshen @ 4:54 pm

max 76.09986 cms

zoshen @ 5:02 pm

ignore previous

marini @ 5:03 pm

Maximum allowable flow shall be approximately 76.0cms

Rahiman @ 5:13 pm

Maximum allowable flow shall be approximately 76.0cms

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