Flumes

Why You Should Use Trapezoidal Flumes for Ditch Runoff

Trapezoidal flumes were originally created to optimize open channel flow measurement in irrigation channels, but you’ll find that they’re incredibly effective when set up in ditches as well. That makes measuring ditch runoff easier than ever before, with the Trapezoidal flume design lending itself handily to the endeavor. Learn why you should use Trapezoidal flumes …

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What goes into a flume?

Flumes are among the best solutions available for flow rate measurement, but before you can find the best one for your channel conditions, you’ll need to understand how flumes work. Fortunately, the basic construction is fairly straightforward. Learn all about what goes into a flume that makes it as effective as it is. Bracing The …

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How Parshall Flumes are Affected by Approach Velocity

Approach conditions are an essential factor with any kind of measurement device, and that includes Parshall flumes, which are typically quite adaptable. After all, the Parshall is one of the oldest styles around, with decades of research for it and its various applications. Learn all about how Parshall flumes are affected by approach velocity and …

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