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This Technical Report deals with the use of boat-mounted acoustic Doppler current profilers (ADCPs) for determining flow in open channels without ice cover. It describes a number of methods of deploying ADCPs to determine flow. Although, in some cases, these measurements are intended to determine the stage-discharge relationship of a gauging station, this Technical Report deals only with single determination of discharge. The term ADCP has been adopted as a generic term for a technology that is manufactured by various companies worldwide. They are also called acoustic Doppler velocity profilers (ADVPs) or acoustic Doppler profilers (ADPs). ADCPs can be used to measure a variety of parameters, such as current or stream flow, water velocity fields, channel bathymetry and estimation of sediment concentration from acoustic backscatter. This Technical Report is generic in form and contains no operational details specific to particular ADCP makes and models. Accordingly, to use this document effectively, it is essential that users are familiar with the terminology and functions of their own ADCP equipment.
||Hydrometrie - Akoestische Dopplerprofielen - Methode en toepassing voor meting van de stroom in open kanalen
||Hydrometry - Acoustic Doppler profiler - Method and application for measurement of flow in open channels