 # formula to calculate depth at vertical sections

• #### (PDF) Iterative Formulas and Estimation Formulas for ...

· Fig. 3 depicts a general horseshoe cross-section and corresponding geometric symbols at the three different water depths (h): (1) 0 6 h 6 e; (2) e 6 h 6 r; and (3) r 6 h 6 2r in which e is the ...

• #### Chapter 8. Hydraulic Formulas Used in Designing Fish Farms

Q 1 = design discharge of the vertical fall, m/sec. A 1 = contracted cross-sectional area of the flow, m v. H = upstream water depth in the channel, m. v = approach velocity, m/sec. H 1 = contracted depth = 0.92 h c, m. h 2 = critical depth, m. The critical depth can be obtained from the formulas (3.5) and (3.6).

• #### PREDICTING METHOD OF NATURAL FREQUENCY FOR …

empirical formulas are becoming unpractical, some corrections shall be applied on these classical formulas or a new formula is to be derived for the prediction of vertical vibration frequencies of ship. In this paper, a new empirical formula is given for predicting the natural frequency of ship overall vertical …

• #### Crain''s Petrophysical Handbook | True Vertical Depth

In deviated wells, we need to calculate true vertical depth to that formation AND place the location where the wellbore intersects the reservoir. The results of this calculation allow us to correctly position reservoirs on geological sections, contour maps, and 3-D visualizations.

• #### Vertical resolution

· Vertical resolution is a concern when discontinuities are inferred along a reflection horizon because of faults. Figure 11.1-2 shows a series of faults with vertical throws that are equal to 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, and 1/16th of the dominant wavelength. It is when the throw is equal or greater then one-fourth of the dominant wavelength that the ...

• #### The Manning Equation for Partially Full Pipe Flow Calculations

two sections. It thus seems logical that the A and Rh values calculated in this manner could be used in the Manning equation (along with the pipe slope and the Manning roughness coefficient value for full pipe flow) to calculate flow rate for a given depth of flow or normal depth for a …

• #### Depth and thickness conversion

· Measured depth. Measured depth (MD measured depth), or drilled to depth (DD drilled deeper), is the depth measured (by driller or logger) to any feature of a well, whether a casing point, a sidewall core, or a significant geological marker.To use this depth in interpreting geological structure, the depth must be corrected to subsea depth or ground elevation (or rig floor or kelly bushing ...

The vertical depth corresponds to a casing point. Our attention now focuses on the hole section below the casing seat at . Drawing a horizontal construction line from the point, the maximum acceptable drilling fluid density in this section is dictated by the possibility …

• #### Sagitta definition with calculator

The sagitta is the vertical line from the midpoint of the chord to the arc itself. It is a measure of the ''height'' of the arc. The length of the chord, sagitta and radius of the arc are inter-related, and if you know any two you can calculate the third. 1. Finding the sagitta given the radius and chord

• #### Directional Survey Calculations

· where MD = course length between surveys in measured depth, ft. I1, I2 = inclination (angle) at upper and lower surveys, degrees A1, A2 = direction at upper and lower surveys. Example: Use the Angle Averaging Method and the Radius of Curvature Method to calculate the following surveys: Survey 1 Survey 2. Depth, ft 7482 7782. Inclination ...

• #### WELLOG

The amount of deviation from vertical measured in degrees will affect the True Vertical Depth (TVD) of the well. HOW TRUE VERTICAL DEPTH IS CALCULATED: If the inclination of the well is determined, then the true vertical depth can be calculated. Example 1: A well is drilled to 1000 feet.

• #### (PDF) HOW TO CALCULATE THE VOLUMES OF PARTIALLY FULL …

3 0.5 2 1.5 × 2.5 0.5 . = 0. 8508 3. The tank is filled in a 22.8%. 6. CONCLUSIONS. Obtaining the volume contained in a tank is not simple, si nce it depends on the geometry of the tank, its ...

• #### HYDROLOGY

1. An open channel has a triangular section with sides at 45o to the vertical. The flow rate is 0.0425 m3/s and the depth is 0.225 m. Calculate the slope of the channel using the Chezy formula for steady flow. Take the constant C = 49 m½ /s (Answer 0.00369) 2. A channel with a section as shown carries 1.1 m3/s of water with the depth as shown ...

• #### Section 3. HYDRAULIC DESIGN A. Weirs and Orifices

SSCAFCA DPM Section 3 – HYDRAULIC DESIGN 22-114 d. Instructions for Hydraulic Calculations Most procedures for calculating hydraulic grade line profiles are based on the Bernoulli equation. This equation can be expressed as follows: in which D = Vertical distance from …

• #### Hydraulic Design Manual: Gutter and Inlet Equations

Section 6: Gutter and Inlet Equations Anchor: #i1017027 Gutter Flow. The ponded width is a geometric function of the depth of the water (y) in the curb and gutter section. The spread is usually referred to as ponded width (T), as shown in Figure 10-10. Anchor: #PPUISUBXgrtop. Figure 10-13.

• #### Volume Calculation

Return to Operator Information Center. Formula: L x W x D. = Cubic Feet. ***. Cubic ft x 7.47. = Gallons. Volume of a Square or Rectangular Tank or Clarifier. Please enter the data for length, width & side water depth.

• #### Gear Design Equations and Formula | Circular Pitches and ...

Equations Tooth Parts, 20-and 25-degree Involute Full-depth Teeth ANSI Coarse Pitch Spur Gear Tooth Forms ANSI B6.1 Spur Gear Design Calculator a When gears are preshave cut on a gear shaper the dedendum will usually need to be increased to 1.40/P to allow for the higher fillet trochoid produced by the shaper cutter.

• #### Excel Formulas for Hydraulic Jump Calculations in a ...

· Excel formulas for hydraulic jump calculations are available in an Excel spreadsheet template that can be downloaded from this article. A hydraulic jump occurs in open channel flow whenever there is supercritical flow in a channel with a subcritical slope. The Excel formulas in this article can be used to calculate the downstream (subcritical) depth of flow for specified values of …

• #### CHAPTER 1

4) Calculate the wetted cross-section when in addition to 3) is given that the water height is 0.8 m and the top width of the water surface is 2.32 m. 5) A rectangular field has …

• #### Hydraulic jump

· Velocity of flow in the downstream section: 2 2 Wh Q A Q V = 1.6 m/s Froude number: 2 2 2 V Fr gh = 0.323 Initial depth: 1Fr81 2 h h 2 2 2 1 = 0.443 m Because h1 > hII, therefore a jump will form. Ans. (b) Apply the energy-head loss formula: 21 3 12 21L hh4 hh EEE = 1,965 m Ans. (c) Apply the energy equation from section I to section II: g2 V ...

• #### INTRODUCTION TO VOLUME MEASUREMENTS

formula. The end areas shown on the sections were computed by a method described in the Volume Measurements section. We must compute the volume between each pair of cross sections and add the individual volumes to obtain the total volume of earthwork between station (9 + 75) and station (12 + 20). See Figure 4-2 below.

• #### How to Calculate Square Footage

The shape is of a large rectangle and a smaller rectangle. Find the length and width of each section (labeled A and B here), then calculate each square footage: A: 3 ft. x 7 ft. = 21 sq. ft. B: 12 ft. x 10 ft. = 120 sq. ft. Then, add the three values together to get the total square footage you''ll need: 120 sq. ft. + 21 sq. ft. = 141 sq. ft.

• #### Lesson 10

1. Calculate the ditch design flows 2. Select the type of ditch section ("V" or trapezoid) 3. Determine the depth of flow in the ditch using Manning''s equation 4. Determine the critical depth and make sure the 10-year flow depth is not equal to the critical depth 5. Determine the roadway subgrade elevation to ensure minimum freeboard of 0.5 ...

• #### How to determine the formula to calculate depth

· It depends on how you are defining "depth ". For example, if you have a rectangular box which is 2m wide and 3m long, you will need to know the volume to calculate the depth;- Volume = length x width x depth Therefore;- Depth = Volume / (length x ...

• #### Area Velocity Method

For the first and last sections, Average width. 𝑊 = 1+ 2 2 2 2×1 = 2.0 For the rest of the segments, 𝑊 = 2 2 + 2 2 = 2.0 Since the velocity is measured at 0.6 depth, the measured velocity is the average velocity at that vertical . The calculation of discharge by the mid-section method is …

• #### Pipe Formulas

The calculator is based on the piping formulas and equations below. Moment of Inertia. Moment of inertia can be expressed as. I = π (d o 4 - d i 4) / 64 ≈ 0.0491 (d o 4 - d i 4) (1) where . I = moment of inertia (in 4) d o = outside diameter (in) d i = inside diameter (in) Section Modulus. Section modulus can be …

• #### Principles of GW Flow

much greater than the Z dimension (depth: m to 10s of m), and we tend to ignore the vertical component of the flow. When we contour the water table surface on a map, and then draw in flow lines, we are only considering the horizontal component of the flow. Of course there is a vertical component to groundwater flow and to visualize

• #### Online calculator: Circular segment

· Circular segment. Circular segment - is an area of a "cut off" circle from the rest of the circle by a secant (chord).. On the picture: L - arc length h- height c- chord R- radius a- angle. If you know radius and angle, you may use the following formulas to calculate the remaining segment parameters:

• #### 3. STRESSES IN THE GROUND

Fig. 3.3 (a) represents a cross section through an extensive deposit of sand. The water table is present at a depth of z 1 below the ground surface. The sand below the water table is saturated and that above the water table is dry. It is assumed that the capillary rise in this soil is zero. The total vertical stress may be calculated in a ...

• #### Cross-section Overview Cross-Section Instructions Sample ...

notes in the cross-section forms (see Table 2 for example). 7. Plot the cross-section (Figure 10b); calculate the bankfull cross-sectional area, bankfull width, bankfull mean depth, bankfull maximum depth, and bankfull width/depth ratio (Figure 11, Table 3). Measure the inner berm dimensions. 8.

• #### Beam Deflection Calculator

· To further understand this concept, let us consider the cross-section of a rectangular beam with a width of 20 cm and a height of 30 cm. Using the formulas that you can also see in our moment of inertia calculator, we can calculate the values for the moment of inertia of this cross-section as follows: Iₓ = width * height³ / 12 = 20*(30³)/12

• #### Chapter 12

4. Measure the channel depth d2 at vertical line 2. 5. With the current meter make the measurements necessary to determine the mean velocity v2 at vertical line 2. 6. Repeat steps 3, 4 and 5 at all the vertical lines across the width of the stream. Figure 12.2 Cross-section of a stream divided into vertical sections for measurement of discharge

• #### Select a Calculator

Percent Timer Setting: Use this calculator to calculate an approximate timer setting to apply a particular depth. 1" Application Time: Calculate the irrigation time to apply one inch of water with a center pivot. Center Pivot Acreage: Calculate the area underneath a center pivot. Pivot Full Rotation Time: The time that it takes for a 360 degree ...

• #### How to Determine Depth of Foundation?

In the Rankine''s formula, it can be seen that foundation depth depends on the bearing capacity of soil, so, if the bearing capacity of soil increases, the depth of foundation also increases. Foundation Depth Calculation. Gross bearing capacity of soil = 300 kN/m 2. Density of Soil = 18 kN/m 3. Angle of repose = 30 Degrees. Then minimum depth of ...