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STORM-SEWER FLOW MEASUREMENT AND RECORDING SYSTEM.

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STORM-SEWER FLOW MEASUREMENT AND RECORDING SYSTEM.; 1986; Article; Journal; Transportation Research Record; Kilpatrick, Frederick, A.; Kaehrle, William, R.

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A comprehensive study and development of instruments and techniques for measuring all components of flow in a storm-sewer drainage system were undertaken by the U. S. Geological Survey under the sponsorship of FHWA. The study involved laboratory and field calibration and testing of measuring flumes, pipe insert meters, weirs, and electromagnetic velocity meters as well as the development and calibration of pneumatic bubbler and pressure transducer head-measuring systems. Tracer dilution and acoustic-flowmeter measurements were used in field verification tests. A single micrologger was used to record data from all the instruments and also to activate on command the electromagnetic velocity meter and tracer dilution systems.

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