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Average flow velocity and flow cross section are required to determine the flow Q. This leads to the general formula:
The flow cross section A is determined by continuously measuring the filling level taking the channel shape as well as the channel dimensions into account.
The average flow velocity within the flow cross section is determined by using the velocities found in one or more measurement paths. The higher the number of measurement paths used, the higher the measurement accuracy.