Velocity distribution for an open channel flow in a semi-elliptic channel

Abac, Celal Tibet


Velocity distribution in open channels.
Eryüzlü, Erdoğan N; Department of Civil Engineering (1964)
Momentum transfer continuum between preshape and grasping based on fluidics
Özyer, Barış; Erkmen, İsmet; Erkmen, Aydan Müşerref; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2012)
This dissertation propose a new fluidics based framework to determine a continuum between preshaping and grasping so as to appropriately preshape a multi-fingered robot hand for creating an optimal initialization of grasp. The continuum of a hand preshape closing upon an object that creates an initial object motion tendency of the object based on the impact moment patterns generated from the fingers is presented. These motion tendencies should then be suitable for the proper initiation of the grasping task....
Velocity and wall shear stress distribution in compound channels
Durmuşoğlu, Mustafa Mehmet; Tokyay, Nuray; Department of Civil Engineering (1999)
Momentum exchange in coaxial jet flows
Peker, Ekim Atilla; Aydın, İsmail; Department of Civil Engineering (2005)
Coaxial jet flows have a considerable practical application area as water jet pumps. Efficiency of such systems is affected by complex turbulence mechanisms and large-scale vortex structures formed in the mixing regions. An experimental setup is constructed to estimate the momentum exchange rates and mixing of the two jet flows from the coaxial pipes. Pressure distributions along the mixing pipe wall are measured for different flow ratios of the jets. In addition to present experiments, numerical data of tw...
Spatial behavior estimates for the wave equation under nonlinear boundary conditions
Celebi, AO; Kalantarov, VK (2001-09-01)
Our aim is to establish a spatial decay and growth estimates for solutions of the initial-boundary value problem for the linear wave equation with the damping term under nonlinear boundary conditions.
Citation Formats
C. T. Abac, “Velocity distribution for an open channel flow in a semi-elliptic channel,” Middle East Technical University, 1986.