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The Rectangular Weir worksheet dialog box comprises an input section on the left and

an output, or results, section on the right.

Additionally, a Messages tab is included in each worksheet. The top section of this tab

displays informational calculation messages, while the bottom section lets you enter any

explanatory notes that you wish to be associated with the worksheet.

Input:

over time.

Headwater ElevationWater elevation upstream of the structure.

Crest ElevationElevation of the bottom of the weir opening.

Tailwater ElevationWater elevation downstream of the structure.

Discharge CoefficientDischarge coefficient Cd used by FHWA HDS5 methodology to account for submergence effects and reduce the

discharge coefficient that would be obtained without submergence.

Crest LengthLength of the weir opening measured at the crest,

perpendicularly to the flow direction.

Number of ContractionsUsed when the upstream channel is larger

than the rectangular weir crest length, to account for the contraction of

the flow on one or both sides of the weir opening.

Output:

measured from the crest of the weir.

Tailwater Height Above CrestHeight of the water downstream of the

weir measured from the weir crest (a negative value indicated that the

tailwater is below the crest elevation).

Flow AreaCross sectional area of flow.

VelocityLinear measure of flow rate given in units of length over

time. For weirs, the velocity field is for the velocity of the water through

the hydraulic structure

Wetted PerimeterPerimeter of flow that travels against a solid

boundary. For a partially full pipe, the wetted perimeter includes all of

the flow perimeter except for the top segment, which has a free surface.

Top WidthLength of the free top surface on the flowing cross section.

For a cross section flowing full, this value is zero.

The V-Notch Weir worksheet dialog box comprises an input section on the left and an

output, or results, section on the right.

Additionally, a Messages tab is included in each worksheet. The top section of this tab

displays informational calculation messages, while the bottom section lets you enter any

explanatory notes that you wish to be associated with the worksheet.

Input:

over time.

Headwater ElevationWater elevation upstream of the structure.

Crest ElevationElevation of the bottom of the weir opening.

Tailwater ElevationWater elevation downstream of the structure.

V-Notch Weir CoefficientCoefficients for V-notched weirs vary with

the angle of the notch and with head depth. See V-Notch Weir

Coefficient of Discharge.

Notch AngleAngle of the V-Notch weir opening measured from one

side to the other side.

Output:

measured from the crest of the weir.

Tailwater Height Above CrestHeight of the water downstream of the

weir measured from the weir crest (a negative value indicated that the

tailwater is below the crest elevation).

Flow AreaCross sectional area of flow.

VelocityLinear measure of flow rate given in units of length over

time. For weirs, the velocity field is for the velocity of the water through

the hydraulic structure

Wetted PerimeterPerimeter of flow that travels against a solid

boundary. For a partially full pipe, the wetted perimeter includes all of

the flow perimeter except for the top segment, which has a free surface.

Top WidthLength of the free top surface on the flowing cross section.

For a cross section flowing full, this value is zero.

The Cipoletti Weir worksheet dialog box comprises an input section on the left and an

output, or results, section on the right.

Additionally, a Messages tab is included in each worksheet. The top section of this tab

displays informational calculation messages, while the bottom section lets you enter any

explanatory notes that you wish to be associated with the worksheet.

Input:

over time.

Headwater ElevationWater elevation upstream of the structure.

Crest ElevationElevation of the bottom of the weir opening.

Tailwater ElevationWater elevation downstream of the structure.

Discharge CoefficientWeir coefficient obtained from experimental

data, dependent on the shape of the weir.

Crest LengthLength of the weir opening measured at the crest,

perpendicularly to the flow direction.

Output:

measured from the crest of the weir.

Tailwater Height Above CrestHeight of the water downstream of the

weir measured from the weir crest (a negative value indicated that the

tailwater is below the crest elevation).

Equal Side SlopesSlope of trapezoidal channel, assumed to be

identical on both sides.

Flow AreaCross sectional area of flow.

VelocityLinear measure of flow rate given in units of length over

time. For weirs, the velocity field is for the velocity of the water through

the hydraulic structure

Wetted PerimeterPerimeter of flow that travels against a solid

boundary. For a partially full pipe, the wetted perimeter includes all of

the flow perimeter except for the top segment, which has a free surface.

Top WidthLength of the free top surface on the flowing cross section.

For a cross section flowing full, this value is zero.

The Broad Crested Weir worksheet dialog box comprises an input section on the left

and an output, or results, section on the right.

Additionally, a Messages tab is included in each worksheet. The top section of this tab

displays informational calculation messages, while the bottom section lets you enter any

explanatory notes that you wish to be associated with the worksheet.

Input:

over time.

Headwater ElevationWater elevation upstream of the structure.

Crest ElevationElevation of the bottom of the weir opening.

Tailwater ElevationWater elevation downstream of the structure.

Crest Surface TypeSurface of a broad crested weir, defined as Paved

or Gravel. Used by FHWA HDS-5 methodology for calculating the

discharge coefficient and submergence factor.

Crest BreadthWidth (Lr) of the weir, measured in the direction of

flow.

Crest LengthLength of the weir opening measured at the crest,

perpendicularly to the flow direction.

Output:

measured from the crest of the weir.

Tailwater Height Above CrestHeight of the water downstream of the

weir measured from the weir crest (a negative value indicated that the

tailwater is below the crest elevation).

Discharge CoefficientWeir coefficient obtained from experimental

data, dependent on the shape of the weir.

Submergence FactorRatio (kt) used by FHWA HDS-5 methodology

for calculating the submergence effect and reduce the discharge

coefficient.

Adjusted Discharge CoefficientDischarge coefficient (Cd) used by

FHWA HDS-5 methodology to account for submergence effects and

reduce the discharge coefficient that would be obtained without

submergence.

Flow AreaCross sectional area of flow.

VelocityLinear measure of flow rate given in units of length over

time. For weirs, the velocity field is for the velocity of the water through

the hydraulic structure

Wetted PerimeterPerimeter of flow that travels against a solid

boundary. For a partially full pipe, the wetted perimeter includes all of

the flow perimeter except for the top segment, which has a free surface.

Top WidthLength of the free top surface on the flowing cross section.

For a cross section flowing full, this value is zero.

The Generic Weir worksheet dialog box comprises an input section on the left and an

output, or results, section on the right.

Additionally, a Messages tab is included in each worksheet. The top section of this tab

displays informational calculation messages, while the bottom section lets you enter any

explanatory notes that you wish to be associated with the worksheet.

Input:

over time.

Headwater ElevationWater elevation upstream of the structure.

Crest ElevationElevation of the bottom of the weir opening.

Discharge Coefficient WeirCoefficient C used in the general weir

equation.

Crest LengthLength of the weir opening measured at the crest,

perpendicularly to the flow direction.

Output:

measured from the crest of the weir.

Flow AreaCross sectional area of flow.

VelocityLinear measure of flow rate given in units of length over

time. For weirs, the velocity field is for the velocity of the water through

the hydraulic structure

Wetted PerimeterPerimeter of flow that travels against a solid

boundary. For a partially full pipe, the wetted perimeter includes all of

the flow perimeter except for the top segment, which has a free surface.

Top WidthLength of the free top surface on the flowing cross section.

For a cross section flowing full, this value is zero.

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