Hydraulic depth can be defined as the cross-sectional area of flow divided by the top width of surface.
Hydraulic depth is a very crucial parameter in calculations dealing with fluid mechanics and flow in open channels.
The formula for computing hydraulic depth is:
R = A / T
R = Hydraulic Depth
A = Cross-sectional Area of Flow
T = Top Width or Top Surface Water Width
Find the hydraulic depth of flow in an open channel where the cross-sectional area is 120 m2 and the top width is 12 m.
From the example we can see that the cross-sectional area is 120 m2 and the top width is 12 m.
R = 120 / 12
R = 10
Therefore, the hydraulic depth is 10 m.
Now, I would love to show you how to use Nickzom Calculator – The Calculator Encyclopedia to get answers for your questions on hydraulic depth.
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Calculating the position of turning point for a vehicle must put into consideration the x co-ordinate and y co-ordinate positions of turning point.
There are various parameters you need to be able to calculate these positions. I would start to with how Nickzom Calculator calculates the position of turning point (x co-ordinate).
You are required to have 4 parameters to get the answer for the position and these parameters are:
- Steer Angle of the Rear Outer Wheel
- Rear Track
- Distance of Rear Wheel from Mass Center
- Steer Angle of Rear Inner Wheel
To access this functionalities in Nickzom Calculator, you need to purchase our professional version – Nickzom Calculator+ (The Calculator Encyclopedia). You can access this software via any of these channels:
Web – https://www.nickzom.org/calculator-plus
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With that done, Open up the app, select Engineering and click on Open Section.
Click on Mechanical
Then, click on Vehicle Dynamics
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