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laboratory report on sluice gate and hydraulic jump

Project description
– laboratory report on sluice gate and
hydraulic jump
Module code Module title Module leader Assignment tutor Assignment title Assignment number
CE2206 Hydraulics S.E.Catmur Dr R.Jayaratne Coursework – laboratory report on sluice gate and hydraulic jump This is the one and only piece of assessed coursework. (There is an earlier piece of formative work for feedback). 25% of the overall assessment, as stated in the module specification Laboratory sessions take place on 17/20th March 2014. Online (through TurnItIn) 11:59pm on Sunday 27th April 2014 7, 8, 9, 10
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Form of assessment: Individual work
Number of assignment copies required: 1 Assignment to be presented in the following format: On-line submission as one document though TurnItIn
Soft copy: Soft copy not required [as electronic submission]
Note to all students Assignment cover sheet – not required for this module as electronic submission
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Module CE2206 – Hydraulics Coursework 2014
The procedure in the laboratory is as follows: For a measured volumetric flow rate, take measurements at the following cross sections of channel width, water depth and longitudinal location: ? ? ? ?
Upstream of sluice gate Downstream of sluice gate
Start of hydraulic jump End of hydraulic jump
Assessment Submission: Prepare a report on your group’s sluice gate and hydrau lic jump laboratory work. Your individual report is to be word processed, under the following headings:
1. Introduction 2. Research methodology (inc. Apparatus and procedure) 3. Data (inc. Readings and noted Errors) 4. Analysis (inc. calculations, sketchs, graphs & error analysis) 5. Discussion (inc. discussion of validity of results and comparison with literature) 6. Comments on health and safety 7. Conclusions 8. References