Wetted Perimeter?


To calculate wetted perimeter, it must first be noted that wetted perimeter of a channel refers to the perimeter of the cross sectional area that is 'wet.” Mathematically it is defined as the sum to infinity of l(i) where l(i) is the length of the channel.
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How To Calculate The Wetted Perimeter
Wetted perimeter is one measurement used to analyze river and streambeds. It is the total linear distance in a cross section of the river or stream that is in contact with the water. Measuring wetted perimeter is easy if the bed is flat and smooth, like... More »
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