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    Measurement of liquid flow in open channels Methods for measurement of characteristics of suspended sediment

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    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  20-11-2002

    Publisher:  International Organization for Standardization

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    ISO 4363:2002 specifies conventional and simplified methods for the measurement of cross-sectional mean suspended sediment mass concentration and mean particle size distribution. The conventional method is used for routine measurements in periods of stable or slowly varied flow. The simplified method is mainly used for sediment measurements for the purpose of observing the variation process of sediment transport and can be performed under difficult conditions. Empirical relationships are established between the cross-sectional mean suspended sediment mass concentrations and mean particle size distributions measured by conventional and simplified methods.

    The methods specified in ISO 4363:2002 are applicable to suspended sediment measurements at hydrological stations.

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    Committee ISO/TC 113/SC 6
    Development Note Supersedes ISO/FDIS 4363 (11/2002) Also numbered as BS 3680-10B(1980) (07/2005)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher International Organization for Standardization
    Status Current
    Supersedes

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    BS ISO 4365 : 2005 LIQUID FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS - SEDIMENT IN STREAMS AND CANALS - DETERMINATION OF CONCENTRATION, PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND RELATIVE DENSITY
    11/30169021 DC : 0 BS ISO 6421 - HYDROMETRY - METHODS FOR ASSESSMENT OF RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION
    DD ISO/TS 3716 : 2006 HYDROMETRY - FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSPENDED-SEDIMENT SAMPLERS
    ISO 1088:2007 Hydrometry Velocity-area methods using current-meters Collection and processing of data for determination of uncertainties in flow measurement
    CGSB-157.4 : M91 LIQUID FLOW MEASUREMENT IN OPEN CHANNELS - DETERMINATION OF STAGE-DISCHARGE RELATION
    ISO 4365:2005 Liquid flow in open channels Sediment in streams and canals Determination of concentration, particle size distribution and relative density
    BS 3680-10D(1986) : 1986 MEASUREMENT OF LIQUID FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS - SEDIMENT TRANSPORT - METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF CONCENTRATION, PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND RELATIVE DENSITY OF SEDIMENT IN STREAMS AND CANALS
    BS ISO 6421 : 2012 HYDROMETRY - METHODS FOR ASSESSMENT OF RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION
    BS ISO/TR 8363 : 1997 MEASUREMENT OF LIQUID FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS - GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE SELECTION METHOD
    12/30247743 DC : 0 BS ISO 11657 - SEDIMENT IN STREAMS AND CANALS - DETERMINATION OF CONCENTRATION BY SURROGATE TECHNIQUES
    BS ISO 11657 : 2014 HYDROMETRY - SUSPENDED SEDIMENT IN STREAMS AND CANALS - DETERMINATION OF CONCENTRATION BY SURROGATE TECHNIQUES
    BS 3680-3C(1983) : 1983 MEASUREMENT OF LIQUID FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS - STREAM FLOW MEASUREMENT - METHODS FOR DETERMINATION OF THE STAGE DISCHARGE RELATION
    BS ISO 1088 : 2007 HYDROMETRY - VELOCITY-AREA METHODS USING CURRENT-METERS - COLLECTION AND PROCESSING OF DATA FOR DETERMINATION OF UNCERTAINTIES IN FLOW MEASUREMENT
    02/121032 DC : DRAFT MAR 2002 ISO/DIS 4365 - LIQUID FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS - SEDIMENT IN STREAMS AND CANALS - DETERMINATION OF CONCENTRATION, PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND RELATIVE DENSITY
    BS 3680-10C(1980) : 1980 MEASUREMENT OF LIQUID FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS - SEDIMENT TRANSPORT - BED MATERIAL SAMPLING
    CGSB-157.6 : M91 LIQUID FLOW MEASUREMENT IN OPEN CHANNELS - VELOCITY-AREA METHODS - COLLECTION AND PROCESSING OF DATA FOR DETERMINATION OF ERRORS IN MEASUREMENT
    ISO/TR 11651:2015 Estimation of sediment deposition in reservoirs using one dimensional simulation models
    ISO 6421:2012 Hydrometry Methods for assessment of reservoir sedimentation
    ISO/TS 3716:2006 Hydrometry Functional requirements and characteristics of suspended-sediment samplers
    BS 3680-3B(1983) : 1983 MEASUREMENT OF LIQUID FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS - STREAM FLOW MEASUREMENT - GUIDE FOR ESTABLISHMENT AND OPERATION OF A GAUGING STATION
    BIS IS 14573 : 2014 HYDROMETRY - VELOCITY-AREA METHODS USING CURRENT-METERS - COLLECTION AND PROCESSING OF DATA FOR DETERMINATION OF UNCERTAINTIES IN FLOW MEASUREMENT
    BS 3680-3G(1990) : 1990 MEASUREMENT OF LIQUID FLOW IN OPEN CHANNELS - STREAM FLOW MEASUREMENT - GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR THE SELECTION OF METHODS
    ISO 11657:2014 Hydrometry Suspended sediment in streams and canals Determination of concentration by surrogate techniques

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    ISO 748:2007 Hydrometry Measurement of liquid flow in open channels using current-meters or floats
    ISO 4365:2005 Liquid flow in open channels Sediment in streams and canals Determination of concentration, particle size distribution and relative density
    ISO 772:1996 Hydrometric determinations — Vocabulary and symbols
    ISO 3716:1977 Liquid flow measurement in open channels Functional requirements and characteristics of suspended sediment load samplers
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