Flow Channels EXERCISES AND PRACTICAL POSSIBILITIES Some Practical Possibilities of the Unit: (in function of the accessories used) 1.-Measurement of the water height and the velocity along the channel. 2.-Measurement of the flow with weirs of thin wall. 3.-Measurement of flow with changes in the channel section. 4.-Measurement of flow using Venturi flume. 5.-Control of the flow by gates. 6.-Level control using syphons. 7.-Flow on overflow dams. 8.-Flow among the pillars of a bridge. 9.-Connection of a channel to a culvert. 10.-Characterization of the hydraulic jump. 11.-Profiles of the water free surface. 12.-Investigation of flow and supercritical flow states. 13.-Measurement of water levels. 14.-Discharge processes on an underwater weir. 15.-Amount of energy in flows in open channels. 16.-Function of a syphon weir. 17.-Flow rate and drain coefficients of a syphon weir. 18.-Pipe flows. 19.-Comparison of overflow and syphon weirs. 20.-Observation of the throw of the water. 21.-Generation of different flow states by damming the down-stream water. 22.-Observation of the flow under an undershot weir: -Observation of hydraulic motion on discharge. 23.-Relationship between dam height and discharge. 24.-Observation of discharges under a radial gate: -Observation of hydraulic motion on discharge. 25.-Hydrostatic pressure on a weir. 26.-Investigations on waves. 27.-Behaviour of structures in rough sea. 28.-Applying and understanding Manning’s formula. 29.-Understanding sub- and super-critical flow. 30.-Learning how to apply force-momentum and steady flow energy equations to simple flow situations. 31.-Investigation of the transition from running to shooting flow. Other possible practices: 32.-Filling of the Pitot tube. 33.-Filling of the venturi meter with analog output. 34.-Calculation of water flow. 35.-Use of level gauge for measurement of the water height.