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 A large ditch 2013-01-11 From steve:hi i have a large ditch to make a road entrance accross, the ditch is a green field on one side and a highway on the other side the ditch depth is 1.8m on the field side and 3.2 on the highway side the culvert pipe is 1,2m in diameter are you with me so far? the entrance from the highway will be 26m wide tapering in to 6m - ,20 m in from the highway there will be a concrete slab of 150mm over the top the fall from highway to field must not exceed 1/8 any ideas how much stone it will needAnswered by Harley Weston. Water in a culvert 2010-03-18 From Chip:Hello, I have a problem to which I know there must be an analytical solution - but as it has been 50 years since I studied math I can't remember quite how to do it!! I have a 12" round culvert in my yard that runs water all year. I would like to be able to calculate the flow through the culvert by measuring the depth of water flowing through and measuring the speed of the current. I can measure the depth and the speed, but I forget how to calculate the cross section of the flow. If you could help I would greatly appreciate it. Thank youAnswered by Penny Nom.

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