Difference between the coefficients e and f, when using the Darcy-Weisbach friction method?
What is the difference between roughness height 'e' and Bed Roughness 'Ks' or Colebrook-White 'K'?
e = roughness height (length units such as mm)Ks = roughness height or "bed roughness" - equivalent to the Darcy-Weisbach 'e' (if you want to use Ks, use the Darcy-Weisbach friction method)K = f = friction factor (unitless)The values of e and f are not interchangeable.The relationship between e and f can be obtained from the Colebrook-White Equation and the Swamee-Jain Formula
For details see Page 31 to 35 of the book Advanced Water Distribution Modeling and Management.
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