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|Statement||by Gaylord V. Skogerbee, Ray S. Bennett [and] Wynn R. Walker.|
|Series||Colorado State University Experiment Station, Fort Collins. Technical bulletin 120], Technical bul. (Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station) ;, 120.|
|Contributions||Bennett, Ray S., joint author., Walker, Wynn R., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TC177 .S57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 74 p.|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||74621475|
selection and installation of cutthroat flumes for measuring irrigation and drainage water. the cutthroat flume has been developed for operation under both free flow and submerged flow conditions. the flume has a flat bottom. vertical walls, and a zero-length throat section. Cutthroat Flumes, Journal of the Irrigation and Drainage Division, Vol. 98, No. IR4, December • Bennett, R., Cutthroat Flume Discharge Relations, Water Management Technical Paper No. 16, Colorado State University, AERRSB6, March ACCURACY The Cutthroat flume was developed to provide accurate flow measurement with a. Cutthroat Flumes for Water Measurement (PDF). Ft. Collins, CO: Office of Agriculture, Bureau for Technical Assistance. Skogerboe, Gaylord (). Selection and Installation of Cutthroat Flumes for Measuring Irrigation and Drainage Water (PDF). Ft. Collins, CO: Colorado State University Experiment Station. [permanent dead link. SELECTION AND INSTALLATION OF CUTTHROAT FLUMES FOR MEASURING IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE WATER The Cutthroat flume has been developed for operation under both free flow and submerged flow conditions. The flume has a flat bottom, vertical walls, and a zero-length throat section. The most obvious advantage.
In the ’s researchers at the Utah Water Research Laboratory at Utah State University began investigations into what would become the Cutthroat goal of the researchers was to develop a flume that overcame the limitations of the Parshall Flume in flat gradient applications.. Rectangular Cutthroat flumes are available in four different lengths (18, 36, 54, and . Selection and installation of cut throat flume for measuring irrigation. Selection and installation of cutthroat flumes for measuring irrigation and drainage water, Article. Some Parshall and Cutthroat flumes are used for measure Furrow flows, but these tend to be small in size and are not as commonly used as Trapezoidal or RBC flumes. Water rights irrigation flumes are commonly made out of galvanized steel and, occasionally, fiberglass. The relatively simple shape of the Parshall and Cutthroat flumes used for this. Cutthroat flume is a flow measuring device which is commonly used for measurement of open-channel flow because of simple geometry and ease of construction. No experimental data are available for measurement of flow in the supercritical regime by cutthroat flume.
Selection and installation of cutthroat flumes for measuring irrigation and drainage water. Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station, Technical . In measuring water in open drains, it is often desirable to prefabricate the flume to avoid the need for dewatering prior to installation. Traditionally, cutthroat flumes have been used in open drain systems or ditches due to ease of fabrication and installation. Measuring water in an open channel is one of the basic elements of water management. (). “Design and calibration of submerged open channel flow measurement structures. Part 3: Cutthroat flumes.” Rep. WG, Utah Water Research Laboratory, College of Engineering, Utah State Univ., Logan, UT. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage. The system consists of the following: (1) flow measurement devices for the monitoring of irrigation supply and tailwater drainage; (2) piezometers for .