Flow through Culverts. Flow through Culverts. A short passage way for flow under a highway, railroad or other embankment is referred to as a culvert. Culvert shape may be circular, rectangular, arch or elliptical.
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Flow through Culverts
= Culvert width, coefficient accounts for contraction on the sides. For square edge sides, ; and for slightly rounded sides .
accounts for contraction at the sides and the top. For square edge entrance, ; and for rounded edges .
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