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Topic: Estimating Velocity of water Surface
Hi, I am doing a project that includes measuring water velocity of different segments of water surface in canal or river if the velocity of one segment is given. Is there any theorem or solution in Fluid dynamics regarding this.
Kindly help me out here.

by Hassan Shafiq Wed Sep 18 14:07:36 UTC 2013

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by VA Wed Jan 04 04:10:01 UTC 2017

The seasonal increase in water level of the seas and oceans

by guest Sun Jan 08 18:30:02 UTC 2017

The waters of lakes, seas and oceans of the Northern Hemisphere rotate counter-clockwise, and the waters of the southern hemisphere rotate clockwise, forming a giant whirlpool.
The main reason for the rotation eddies are local wind ..

The higher the wind speed, the higher the rotational speed of whirlpools, and as a consequence, higher centrifugal force whirlpools, thereby increasing the water level of the seas and oceans.
The lower rotational speed of whirlpools, the lower the water level of the seas and oceans

by guest Sun Jan 08 18:34:48 UTC 2017

The speed of currents at the perimeter of the seas and oceans is not the same everywhere and depends on the depth of the coast.
The shallow part of the seas and oceans for moving quickly, and in the deep seas and oceans for moving slowly ..

The seasonal increase in water level is not observed along the coast of the seas and oceans, and only in the coasts, where the high angular velocity of currents and as a consequence, high centrifugal force of water. (Centrifugal force F = mv2. r).
On the straight coasts, where currents do not have the angular velocity, water level does not rise ..

by Юсуп Хизиров Рос Sun Jan 08 18:36:43 UTC 2017

The speed of currents at the perimeter of the seas and oceans is not the same everywhere and depends on the depth of the coast.
The shallow part of the seas and oceans for moving quickly, and in the deep seas and oceans for moving slowly ..

The seasonal increase in water level is not observed along the coast of the seas and oceans, and only in the coasts, where the high angular velocity of currents and as a consequence, high centrifugal force of water. (Centrifugal force F = mv2. r).
On the straight coasts, where currents do not have the angular velocity, water level does not rise ..

by Юсуп Хизиров Рос Sun Jan 08 18:37:57 UTC 2017

The seasonal increase in water level of the seas and oceans.
Forum of the Institute of Oceanology
The discovery published in the Russian-German scientific journal "Eastern European scientific magazine" №3.2015.
Positive review and obtained from the Institute of Geography, Russian Academy of Sciences..

by guest Wed Jan 25 23:30:00 UTC 2017
 
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