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Use of Flumes in Measuring Discharge.

United States Geological Survey

Use of Flumes in Measuring Discharge.

by United States Geological Survey

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SeriesU.S. Geological Survey Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations -- 03-A14
ContributionsKilpatrick, F., Schneider, V.
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Open LibraryOL21722573M

Discharge Tables for Ditch Riders and Irrigators" by James R. Earker, which was prepared for use with Engineering Experiment Station Bulletin No The use of this material is by: The calibrated equations can be used for design and calibration of the flumes regardless of the flumes or channel dimensions. The equations are validated using field scale flumes, and a design example is provided for free flow conditions.

  MEASUREMENT AND COMPUTATION OF STREAMFLOW VOLUME 1. MEASUREMENT OF STAGE AND DISCHARGE By S. E. RANTZ and others CHAPTER I.-INTRODUCTION PURPOSE OF THE MANUAL The purpose of this manual is to provide a comprehensive descrip-tion of state-of-the-art standardized stream-gaging procedures, within the . Flow Measuring Flumes for Open Channel Systems. American Society of Agricultural Engineers. Republication of book by same title, originally by John Wiley & Sons, New York, , pp.,

The purpose of this paper is to describe the highway drainage systems being tested, discuss the general hydrogeology of the study area, define the methodologies by which the drainage systems are being evaluated, and present preliminary findings of the effectiveness of the highway drainage systems in preventing road-salt contamination of groundwater. Methods of measuring irrigation flow rate can be grouped into three basic categories—direct, velocity-area, and constricted flow. Choice of method to use will be determined by the volume of water to be measured, the degree of accuracy desired, wheth - er the installation is permanent or temporary, and the financial investment Size: 2MB.


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Use of Flumes in Measuring Discharge by United States Geological Survey Download PDF EPUB FB2

USE OF FLUMES IN MEASURING DISCHARGE By F. Kilpatrick and V. Schneider Book 3 Section A of Book 3 is on surface-water techniques. USE OF FLUMES IN MEASURING DISCHARGE. Flumes for measuring discharge are usually of Size: 1MB.

Use of Flumes in Measuring Discharge. Use of Flumes in Measuring Discharge U.S. Geological Survey, Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations, Book 3, Chapter A By F.A.

Kilpatrick and V.R. Schneider. The text and graphics are presented here in pdf format (print quality). Book 1: Hydraulic measurement and computation, Chapter Use of flumes in measuring discharge at gaging stations Water Surface Techniques By: F.A.

Kilpatrick. DOI: / Corpus ID: Book 1: Hydraulic measurement and computation, Chapter Use of flumes in measuring discharge at gaging stations @inproceedings{KilpatrickBook1H, title={Book 1: Hydraulic measurement and computation, Chapter Use of flumes in measuring discharge at gaging stations}, author={F.

Kilpatrick}, year={} }. A modified version of the Venturi flume is the Parshall flume. Named after it creator, Dr. Ralph L. Parshall of the U.S. Soil Conservation Service, the Parshall flume is a fixed hydraulic structure used in measuring volumetric flow rate in surface water, wastewater treatment plant, and industrial discharge applications.

The Parshall flume Use of Flumes in Measuring Discharge. book flow through a contraction of both the. The design and calibration of three simple flumes for flow measurements in open channels are discussed. The flumes are designed based on principles of critical flow in open channels.

Critical flow is created through the contraction of the flow cross section by installing vertical cylindrical columns in an open channel. The design procedure and hydraulic theory for these flow measurement structures have been considerably presented in the research titled " water measurement with flumes and weirs ".

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Due to popular demand, this current and viable publication. was reprinted in hardcover in It integrates the book Flow Measuring Flumes for Open-Channel Systems and the book FLUME: Design and Calibration of Long-Throated Measuring Flumes, which introduced the first interactive flume-design r 8 contains the new Microsoft Windows version of FLUME.

PUBLICATIONS ON TECHNIQUES OF WATER-RESOURCES INVESTIGATIONS—Continued 3-B4. Regression modeling of ground-water flow, by R.L. Cooley and R.L. Naff: USGS–TWRI book 3, chap. 3-B4. Supplement 1.

Regression modeling of ground-water flow--Modifications to the computer code for nonlinear regression solution of steady-state ground-water flow problems, by R.L. File Size: KB. Throated Measuring Flumes," versionInternational Institute for Land Reclamation and Improvement, Publication 54 (with software), The Netherlands, International Organization for Standardization, "Liquid Flow Measurement in Open Channels - Using Weirs and Flumes," ISOGeneva, Switzerland, Weirs, flumes and gates have been used for centuries to determine discharges in open channels.

In this paper the distinct flow types, modular flow and non-modular flow, are described and applied to derive the head-discharge relations of weirs with a horizontal crest. The flow measurement structures are classified according to international by: Portable Flumes Constrict open channel flow for measurements of low flow on shallow, slow moving or steep gradient streams A defined relation between depth upstream and flow through constriction (set in level position) Parshall flumes have 1” to 9” throats, 3” up to cfs Cutthroat flume, 8” up to cfs Staff gages in approach & downstream end of throat,File Size: 6MB.

sudden-injection method, but the use of such elements is still () considered experimental. The tracer-dilution methods of measuring discharge are more dif- ficult to use than the conventional current-meter method, and under most conditions the results are less reliable.

Dilution methods shouldFile Size: KB. This publication integrates material from the book Flow Measuring Flumes for Open Channel Systems and the book FLUME: Design and Calibration of Long- Throated Measuring Flumes, which introduced the first interactive flume design software.

The new Microsoft Windows version of FLUME (WinFlume) is presented in Chapter 8. The techniques and standards for making discharge measurements at streamflow gaging stations are described in this publication. The vertical axis rotating-element current meter, principally the Price current meter, has been traditionally used for most measurements of discharge; however, advancements in acoustic technology have led to important developments in the use of acoustic Doppler.

and Clements, A. 'Flow Measuring Flumes for Open Channel Systems', Wiley, Chichester () Kilpatrick, F. and Schneider, V. 'Use of Flumes in Measuring Discharge', Book 3, Chapter A14, United States Geological Survey () Boiten, W. 'Vertical Gates for the Distribution of Irrigation Water', Delft Hydraulics Publication (June Cited by: Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This report discusses the general principles underlying the design of various types of flumes for measuring open-channel flow.

Four flumes are described in detail, and the recommended discharge ratings for each are presented. READ ONLINE [ MB ] Reviews A brand new e book with an all new point of view. The authors have presented a new design for flow measuring flumes. The flumes have a rectangular section and flat bottom, and do not have a throat section such as is provided for conventional measuring flumes.

The unique feature of this design is the standard sidewall sections, which are used for all flumes ranging from 1 ft to 6 ft in throat : A.R.

Robinson. Devices for open channel flow measurement: The primary devices used in open channel flow measurements are weirs and flumes. Weirs: Weirs are openings in the upper part of a dam or reservoir that allow liquid flow and allow flow measurement.

With the known landfill characteristics, the flow is usually determined by the height of the liquid in. For large Parshall flumes, Ha is located closer to the throat. The secondary point of measurement, Hb, used to determine the submergence of a Parshall flume is located in the throat of the flume, close the junction of the throat and the discharge section.

The Note that although the intake point for stilling wells measuring Hb is below the floor of.Geological Survey or recommendation for use. This manual is intended to supplement the more general "Application of Surface Geophysics to Ground-Water Investigations," by A.A.R.

Zohdy, G.P Eaton, and D.R. Mabey (U.S. Geological Survey Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations, Book File Size: 8MB.2 National onpoint Source Monitoring Program March Surface Flow Fundamentals Surface water flow is simply the continuous movement of water in runoff or open channels.

This flow is often quantified as discharge, defined as the rate of flow or the volume of water that passes through a channel cross section in a specific period of time.