from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The highest point in the current of water as it flows over a weir, as measured from the level of the bottom of the weir-notch or of the surface of the dam. The height of the crest is the height to be used in the formula to determine the volume passing the notch in a unit of time.


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