## Hydraulic tables ... for finding the discharge of water from orifices [&c.]. |

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Page 8 - HODGKINSON'S RESEARCHES, separate, price 6s. Hydraulics. HYDRAULIC TABLES, CO-EFFICIENTS, and FORMULA for finding the Discharge of Water from Orifices, Notches, Weirs, Pipes, and Rivers. With New Formulae, Tables, and General Information on Rain-fall, Catchment-Basins, Drainage, Sewerage, Water Supply for Towns and Mill Power. By JOHN NEVILLE, Civil Engineer, MRIA Third Edition, carefully revised, with considerable Additions. Numerous Illustrations. Cr. 8vo, 14^. cloth. " Undoubtedly an exceedingly...

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Page 377 - The aperture being the same, the effect will be nearly as the cube of the velocity of the water.

Page 124 - This formula is submitted at present temporarily, as being accurate enough for use for ordinary practical purposes, for the measurement of water by notches similar to the one experimented on, and for quantities of water limited to nearly the same range as those in the experiments ; but as being, of course, subject to amendment by more perfect experiments extending through a wider range of quantities of water.

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Page 121 - ... and laterally, so as to form a bottom to the channel of approach, which will both be smooth and will serve as the lower bounding surface of a passage of approach, unchanging in form, while increasing in magnitude at the places, at least, which are adjacent to the vertex of the notch. The floor may...