cubic foot per second

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cubic foot per second

[¦kyü·bik ¦fu̇t pər ′sek·ənd]
(mechanics)
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Two more ponds are planned that will use recycled tertiary treated Ukiah municipal water, reducing direct diversions from the Russian River by as much as an additional 186 cubic feet per second during frost events.
The structure, which dates to the 1930s, is a mile and a half long and its 350 floodgates can divert as much as 250,000 cubic feet per second of water.
Under the new proposal, the maximum volume of water flowing through the dam would be reduced from more than 31,500 cubic feet per second to 20,000 cubic feet.
The project's previous license, issued in 1956, required flows of approximately 80 cubic feet per second to support upstream fish-passage facilities.
5-mile long, 30 cubic feet per second, 36-inch diameter, bi-directional, intertie pipeline.
2 stuck, the dam's capacity to let water through is reduced by one-third, down to 66,000 cubic feet per second from 99,000 cubic feet per second.
In the afternoon, they released around 2,000 cubic feet per second.
50 cubic feet per second per square mile for three consecutive days between May 1 and Sept.
Flows in the East Walker have decreased to 47 cubic feet per second, and the amount of water stored in Bridgeport Reservoir, which feeds the river, also has fallen.
It also provides the Gulf of Mexico with 90 percent of its fresh water--discharging, on average, 612,000 cubic feet per second.
The flood began gradually, then flowed at 45,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) for a week.