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(Solved): Problem #2 Normal Depth - Rectangular Channel This problem will require the use of Excel, MATLAB, or ...

Problem #2 Normal Depth - Rectangular Channel This problem will require the use of Excel, MATLAB, or other software. You must attach your spreadsheets and/or codes for me to review. For a rectangular channel, Slope

`=0.0001,15ft`

bottom width: a refer to Table 5.1.1 in Chapter 5 of Mays and determine the normal depth for a discharge of 100 cfs using Manning's roughness coefficients for Concrete (5.1.1, B-2c - pick 1), Channels not maintained with dense weeds (Ce1), Flood plains (D-2 - pick 1), and Major streams (D-3 - pick 1)—make sure you do not repeat roughness values. b Plot normal depth (y-axis) vs Manning's roughness (x-axis) - label your x and y -axis c In a few sentences, explain what happens to normal depth as we change our Manning's roughness. Hint: All normal depths range from 2 ft to 12 ft

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