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Discharge, velocity, width, depth, pressure, energy, momentum, and shear stress are all important hydraulic parameters. Appropriate consideration of them enables provision of adequate water conveyance capacity in open channels and pressurized pipes. It also provides for accurate water measurement structures and effective means of control, as well as allowing evaluation of scour and sedimentation.