The plotting of results of the various discharge measurements, using gage heights as ordinates, and discharge, mean velocity, and area as abscissas, will define curves which show the discharge, mean velocity, and area corresponding to any gage height.... Congressional Serial Set - Seite 151906Vollansicht - Über dieses Buch
| 1906
...of the stage of the stream. Fig. 2 shows a typical rating curve with its corresponding mean velocity **and area curves. As the discharge is the product of two factors, the area and the mean** velwity, any chanp' in either factor will produce a corresponding change in the discharge. Their curves... | |
| North Carolina. Division of Mineral Resources - 1899
...the discharge, mean velocity, and area corresponding to any gage height. For the development of these **curves there should be, therefore, a sufficient number...measurements to cover the range of the stage of the stream.** As the discharge is the product of two factors, the area and the mean velocity, any change in either... | |
| Virginia Division of Mineral Resources - 1905
...the discharge, mean velocity, and area corresponding to any gage height. For the development of these **curves there should be, therefore, a sufficient number...measurements to cover the range of the stage of the stream.** Plate I shows a typical rating curve with its corresponding mean velocity and area curves. As the discharge... | |
| Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1906
...the discharge, mean velocity, and area corresponding to any gage height. For the development of these **curves there should be, therefore, a sufficient number...shows a typical rating curve with it.s corresponding** mean velocity and area curves. As the discharge is the product of two factors, the area and the mean... | |
| Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1906
...the discharge, mean velocity, and area corresponding to any gage height. Fof the development of these **curves there should be, therefore, a sufficient number...stage of the stream. Fig. 2 shows a typical rating** eurve with its corresponding mean velocity and area curves. As the discharge is the product of two... | |
| Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1906
...the discharge, mean velocity, and area corresponding to any gage height. For the development of these **curves there should be, therefore, a sufficient number...measurements to cover the range of the stage of the stream.** Figure 2 shows a typical rating curve with its corresponding mean velocity and area curves. As the... | |
| Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1907
...mean velocity, and area corresponding to any gage height. For the development of these curves Ihere **should be, therefore, a sufficient number of discharge...with its corresponding meanvelocity and area curves.** .•Va the discharge is the product of two factors, the area and the mean velocity, any change in either... | |
| Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1907
...height. For the development of these curves there should be, therefore, a sufficient number of disi Large **measurements to cover the range of the stage of the...with its corresponding meanvelocity and area curves.** .Vs the discharge is the product of two factors, the area and the mean velocity, any change in either... | |
| Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1907
...the discharge, mean velocity, and area corresponding to any gage height. For the development of these **curves there should be, therefore, a sufficient number...measurements to cover the range of the stage of the** stream.0 As the discharge is the product of two factors, the area and the mean velocity, any change... | |
| Georgia Geologic Survey - 1908
...the discharge, mean velocity, and area corresponding to any gage height. For the development of these **curves there should be, therefore, a sufficient number...measurements to cover the range of the stage of the stream."** As the discharge is the product of two factors, the area and the mean velocity, any change in either... | |
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