wetted perimeter


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wetted perimeter

[′wed·əd pə′rim·əd·ər]
(geology)
The portion of the perimeter of a steam channel cross section which is in contact with the water.
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While plate de-wetting occurs and air wetted perimeter decreases, mass transfer coefficient decreases, especially for small film Reynolds numbers.
Also, while plate de- wetting occurs and air wetted perimeter decreases, mass transfer coefficient decreases, especially for small film Reynolds number.
Tenders are invited for "Conducting Bathymetric Survey of River Jalangi with help of echo-sounder or by any other suitable means and contour survey by Total Station beyond wetted perimeter and up to 50.
Regime equations for wetted perimeter, hydraulic mean depth, and hydraulic gradient in relation to mean channel discharge and Lacey"s silt factor were derived [11].
Modified infiltration models were constructed using the wetted perimeter as a coefficient parameter (Strelkoff and Souza 1984; Nie et al.
This last expresion is based on the assumption of component roughness is linearly proportional to wetted perimeter.
The hydraulic radius is the cross-sectional area of the flow divided by the channel wetted perimeter P (Figure 6-1).
1995), increase the wetted perimeter (Miller and Aarstad, 1971; Brown, 1985), and decrease runoff sediment concentrations (Aarstad and Miller, 1981) in furrows, relative to those that have no residues.
Quotations are invited for Conducting Bathymetric Survey of River Jalangi with help of echo-sounder or by any other suitable means and contour survey by Total Station beyond wetted perimeter and up to 50.
This, coupled with seal prevention along the wetted perimeter, promotes greater lateral flow out and away from the furrow.
The existing culverts all exhibit some corrosion on their wetted perimeter.
m] concentration of tracer at the point of measurement f Darcy-Weisbach roughness coefficient g acceleration due to gravity i tracer injection rate n Manning roughness coefficient P wetted perimeter Q flow rate R hydraulic radius S average slope V flow velocity y flow depth