Channels 3. Pulp flow in Circular, Semicircular and Rectangular channels, with variable Manning coefficient.ods

(Pulp flow for circular, semicircular and rectangular channels, for variable Manning’a coefficient Rev. 17.09.2018)

Channels 3. Pulp flow in Circular, Semicircular and Rectangular channels, with variable Manning coefficient.

Channels 2. Pulp flow in Circular, Semicircular and Rectangular channels, with constant Manning coefficient.ods

(Pulp flow for circular, semicircular and rectangular channels, for constant Manning’a coefficient. Normal and critical cases. Rev. 17.08.2018)

Channels 2. Pulp flow in Circular, Semicircular and Rectangular channels, with constant Manning coefficient.

Channels 1. Channel functions resume and applications Constant Manning’s coefficient Comparison with Hcanales Deductions.ods

(Resume, deductions, applications for Cicular, Semicircular and rectangular channels. Comparison with Hcanales, for Circular and Rectangular channels. Constant and variable Manning’s coefficient Rev. 17.08.2018)

Channels 1. Channels functions resume and applications. Constant Manning coefficient. Deductions and comparison with results of Hcanales

Average particle size determination d50 from gravimetric analysis. Mesh-opening.ods

(For a given granulometric analysis (mesh size vs. Retained percentage) a table of “Mesh vs. Particle size (mesh opening)” is made. The plotted curve allows to find the particle size orresponding to a 50% retained percentage: This is the average particle size or d50 value. Evaluation of a filtrated sample properties. Gravimetric composition of a flow resulting from the joint of two flows. Rev. 09.08.2016)

Average particle size determination d50 from gravimetric analysis. Mesh-opening

Atmospheric temperature, pressure and density as function of the height above sea level.ods

(This file presents the calculation of atmospheric temperature, pressure and density as a function of the heigth above sea level, according 1976 U.S. Standard Atmosphere. It includes also an approximate method that can be applied for a range of heights 0 km.a.s.l. < H < 6 km.a.s.l. with an error less than 0.1% . Also, it is presented an equation to calculate the water vapor. pressure as a function of temperature. References included. Rev. 09.08.2018)

Atmospheric temperature, pressure and density as function of the height above sea level