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The book s suitable as a reference for practicng engineers and researchers and as a textbook for senior-Ievel undergraduate and graduate students. The field of application of the book is very broad and diverse and covers areas such as hydroelectric projects, pumpedstorage schemes, water-supply systems, nuclear power plants, oil pipelines, and industrial piping systems.

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Each chapter of the book is developed in a systematic manner from first principies. A very strong emphass is given to the practical applications, and advanced mathematics and unnecessary theoretical details have been avoided as much as possble.

However, wherever inclusin of such details was considered necessary from the point of view of researchers, they are presented in such a manner that a practicing engineer can skip them without losing continuity of the text. Several case studies, problems of applied nature, and design criteria are included, which will be helpful to design engineers and will introduce students to the design of real-life projects.

Sol ved examples are given for illustration purposes, extensive lists of up-to-date references are included at the end of each chapter for further study , and sample computer programs and flowcharts are presented to familiarize the reader with digital computer applications.

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Approximate methods and design charts are appended to the text for quick computations during the preliminary design stages. Because of the dverse nature of application, the various chapters have been v vi Preface so that they can be read individually. Sornetimes, however, other parts. This has be en done in such a manner that only the section referred to may be read and not the whole chapter.

This modeof presentation will allow practicing engineers to read only those parts of the book that are of their immediate interest, and will allow teachers to select the chapters most relevant to their courses, SI iSysteme Intemationale units are used throughout the book.

However, wherever empirical constants are involved or numerical constants are introduced in the derivations, their corresponding values in the English unts are given in the footnotes. With these footnotes and the conversion table of Appendix F, any reader preferring to use the English units may do so without much difficulty.

The sequence of presentation is as follows: In Chapter 1, cornmonly used terms are defined, a brief history of hydraulc transients is presented, and fundamental concepts are introduced. The dynamic and continuity equations for a one-dimensional flow in closed conduits are derived in Chapter 2, and varous numerical methods available for their solution are discussed. The details of the method of characteristics are presented in Chapter 3.

The next four chapters are problern-oriented and discuss transients in pumping systems Chapter 4 , in hydroelectric power plants Chapter S , in nuclear power plants Chapter 6 , and in oil pipelnes Chapter 7. The analysis of transients in homogeneous, two-phase flows is also presented in Chapter 6.

Resonance in pressurized piping systems is dscussed in Chapter 8, and the details of the transfer matrix method are outlined. Transient cavitation and liquid colurnn separation are discussed in Chapter 9, and various methods for eliminating or alleviating undesirable transients are presented in Chapter The analysis of surge tanks using a lurnped-system approach is presented in Chapter In Chapter 12, transients in open channels are discussed, and the details of explicit and implicit fintedifference methods are outlined.

A number of design charts and sample cornputer programs are presented in Appendixes A through D.

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The book presents in a systematic manner a collection of my own contrbutons, sorne of which have not previously been published, as weLJ as material drawn from various sources.

Several case studies, problems of applied nature, and design criteria are included, which will be helpful to design engineers and will introduce students to the design of real-life projects. Sol ved examples are given for illustration purposes, extensive lists of up-to-date references are included at the end of each chapter for further study , and sample computer programs and flowcharts are presented to familiarize the reader with digital computer applications.

Approximate methods and design charts are appended to the text for quick computations during the preliminary design stages. Because of the dverse nature of application, the various chapters have been v vi Preface so that they can be read individually.

Sornetimes, however, other parts. This has be en done in such a manner that only the section referred to may be read and not the whole chapter.

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This modeof presentation will allow practicing engineers to read only those parts of the book that are of their immediate interest, and will allow teachers to select the chapters most relevant to their courses, SI iSysteme Intemationale units are used throughout the book. However, wherever empirical constants are involved or numerical constants are introduced in the derivations, their corresponding values in the English unts are given in the footnotes.

With these footnotes and the conversion table of Appendix F, any reader preferring to use the English units may do so without much difficulty. The sequence of presentation is as follows: In Chapter 1, cornmonly used terms are defined, a brief history of hydraulc transients is presented, and fundamental concepts are introduced.

The dynamic and continuity equations for a one-dimensional flow in closed conduits are derived in Chapter 2, and varous numerical methods available for their solution are discussed.

The details of the method of characteristics are presented in Chapter 3. The next four chapters are problern-oriented and discuss transients in pumping systems Chapter 4 , in hydroelectric power plants Chapter S , in nuclear power plants Chapter 6 , and in oil pipelnes Chapter 7.

The analysis of transients in homogeneous, two-phase flows is also presented in Chapter 6. Resonance in pressurized piping systems is dscussed in Chapter 8, and the details of the transfer matrix method are outlined. Transient cavitation and liquid colurnn separation are discussed in Chapter 9, and various methods for eliminating or alleviating undesirable transients are presented in Chapter The analysis of surge tanks using a lurnped-system approach is presented in Chapter In Chapter 12, transients in open channels are discussed, and the details of explicit and implicit fintedifference methods are outlined.

A number of design charts and sample cornputer programs are presented in Appendixes A through D. The book presents in a systematic manner a collection of my own contrbutons, sorne of which have not previously been published, as weLJ as material drawn from various sources.

Every attempt has been made to identify the so urce of material; any oversight in this regard is strictly unntentional.

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Ther excellent publicatons were a source of inspiration durng the preparation of this book.These studies were undertaken under the technical and administrative supervision of F. Transient cavitation and liquid colurnn separation are discussed in Chapter 9, and various methods for eliminating or alleviating undesirable transients are presented in Chapter The analysis of transients in homogeneous, two-phase flows is also presented in Chapter 6. Chaudhry, Ph. Wylie, C. In Chapter 12, transients in open channels are discussed, and the details of explicit and implicit fintedifference methods are outlined.

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