Cutthroat Flumes

The Cutthroat flume was developed in the mid-1960’s by the Utah State University Water Research Laboratory. The flume’s name comes from the absence of the parallel-wall throat section that is included on the Parshall flume. Originally used in stream gauging and agricultural applications, cutthroat flumes are now used for other applications as well.

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Cutthroat Flume Advantages

Cutthroat flumes were designed to overcome the limitations Parshall flumes were faced with in flat gradient channels. Because of its unique characteristics, cutthroat flumes offer several distinct advantages, such as:

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