BS 3680-2C:1993, ISO 9555-3:1992 - Measurement of liquid flow in open channels. Dilution methods. Methods of measurement using chemical tracers

BS 3680-2C:1993, ISO 9555-3:1992

Measurement of liquid flow in open channels. Dilution methods. Methods of measurement using chemical tracers

Status : Current   Published : May 1993

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Deals with the use of chemical tracers in discharge measurements.




Standard NumberBS 3680-2C:1993, ISO 9555-3:1992
TitleMeasurement of liquid flow in open channels. Dilution methods. Methods of measurement using chemical tracers
StatusCurrent
Publication Date15 May 1993
Confirm Date01 November 2007
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS 3680-2A:1964, BS 3680-2C:1983, ISO 555-3:1982, BS 3680-2B:1986
International RelationshipsISO 9555-3:1992
Draft Superseded By89/20311 DC
DescriptorsLiquid flow, Flow, Water, Channel flow, Flow measurement, Surface water, Ground water, Tracer methods, Iodides, Chlorides, Lithium, Chromium, Concentration (chemical), Chemical analysis and testing, Sensitivity, Interferences (chemical), Field testing, Laboratory testing, Errors, Chemical hazards, Potable water, Testing conditions, Spectrochemical analysis, Determination of content, Electrochemical methods, Colorimetry
ICS17.120.20
Title in FrenchMesure de debit des liquides dans les canaux decouverts. Methodes de dilution en regime permanent utilisant des traceurs. Traceurs chimiques
Title in GermanFlussmessung in offenen Gerinnen. Messung des stetigen Abflusses mittels geloester Spurenstoffe. Chemische Spurenstoffe
CommitteeCPI/113
ISBN0 580 22155 5
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages18
File Size390.9 KB
Price£130.00


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