Brunone, B., Ferrante, M., Berni, A. Esercizi di Idraulica – parte I. Morlacchi Editore, In such a context, both the local (by means of differential equations) and. A First Course in Fluid Dynamics by A. R. Paterson – – pages .. Esercizi di idraulica by Bruno Brunone, Bruno Brunone,Marco Ferrante,Silvia. Graduated in Environmental Engineering, University of Perugia, Bruno Brunone 31° Convegno di Idraulica e Costruzioni Idrauliche . in esercizio di valvole di idonee caratteristiche in termini sia di manovrabilità sia di accesso.

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Maggiori informazioni sui cookie e come disabilitarli: Coorte – Will supplied in year Basic differential equations for fluids Fluid Statics Inviscid fluids Finite control volume analysis Viscous liquids Short pipes: All texts are in Italian; however the staff is available to teach in English within ad hoc meetings. For the theory, the following classical textbook is suggested: Students can practice by using the texts: Esercizi di Idraulica — parte I.

Esercizi di idraulica: 1: Bruno Brunone, Marco Ferrante, Alessandro Berni: : Books

Esercizi di Idraulica — parte II. During te lessons, the pdf file of the following brujone is provided: Moreover, to improve the dialogue between the students and the teaching staff, the following Facebook page is active: Its main aim is to provide students with the basic analytical tools to analyze quantitatively flow processes.


In such a context, both the local by means of differential equations and global approach will be followed. Particularly, the continuity equation and the momentum equations will be derived from the fundamental eqautions of Physics, as relaible tools for engineers.

Moreover, attention will be paid to empirical relationships that are used for solving practical problems of the hydraulic engineering. For each empirical relationship, the range of validity will be pointed out. The main competence will be: In idraulida to be able to understand and apply brunoje of the topics explained during the course, you must have successfully passed the Analisi Matematica 1 exam as eeercizi as know topics of the Geometria Analitica and Fisica I exams; esegcizi you should attend the Meccanica Razionale and Analisi II courses.

Particularly you should be familiar with continuous functions, limits, derivatives, and simple and double integrals. The course is organized as follows: For ifraulica topics, the strong links between theory and practical engineering problems are pointed out. Specifically, steady- and unsteady state tests will be carrie out in pressurized pipes to analyze energy dissipation and pressure wave mechanisms.

Moreover open channel flow tests will be considered in the laboratory channel. With regard to the modality of the exam, you have the following two options: The first phase happens immediately before the beginning of the second semester: The second phase consists in an oral test, with a duration of about 30 minutes, which includes two questions about the topics explained during the second semester and an exercise about one of the practical topics discussed during the whole course.

Within both the modalities, your communication skill and autonomy in the organization and exposure of the topics will be tested.



A problem concerning hydrostatics, steady-state flow in pressurised pipes, and steady-state flow in open channels has to be solved numerically to be admitted to the oral exam. Basic differential equations for fluids Some diraulica and properties of fluids and liquids. Newton’s law and Newtonian fluids. Lagrangian and Eulerian approach.

Newton’s second law and fluid dynamics equation. Fluid Statics Basic equation for pressure field. Hydrostatic force on a plane and curve surface. Inviscid fluids Edercizi equation.

Orifice equation and Torricelli free fall velocity. Bernoulli theorem for a gradually varied flow. Finite control volume analysis Continuity equation. Continuity equation for a flow.

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The energy equation and the Bernoulli equation. Viscous liquids Bernoulli equation for viscous liquid flows. Reynolds pipe flow experiments: Darcy – Weisbach equation and friction losses Moody chart, Poiseuille equation, Blasius equation, Colebrook-White equation.

Minor losses inlets, valves, bends, outlets, Short and long pipes. Long pipes in uniform flow Design and analysis of functioning conditions branched and looped systems. Unsteady flow in pressurised pipes. Initial and boundary conditions. Transients in elevatory mains. Air vessel design by means of Evangelisti charts. Open channel flow Characteristics of open channel flow with respect to pressurised flow.

Uniform depth channel flow. Flow through porous media The Darcy law.

Well in artesian and phreatic aquifer. Measurement of hydraulic quantities pressure, local velocity, pipe discharge, open channel flow depth.