Cipolletti weir

Cipolletti weir

[chip·ə′led·ē ′wer]
(civil engineering)
Trapezoidal weir in which the sides of the notch slope are one horizontal to four vertical; used to measure water flow in open channels, especially streams and rivers.
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Tenders are invited for Instrumentation for ultrasonic flow meters for use in open channel flow measurement applications measuring the flow of wastewater in open channels utilizing primary elements including but not limited to Parshall flumes, trapezoidal flumes, H-flumes, Palmer Bowlus flumes as well as rectangular, V notch and Cipolletti weirs.