Sheet flow definition

Sheet flow. (also called overland flow) means shallow, unconcentrated and irregular flow down a slope. The length of strip for overland flow usually does not exceed 200 feet under natural conditions.
Sheet flow means the overland storm runoff that is not conveyed in a defined conduit and is typically in excess of the capacity of the conduit or roadside ditch.
Sheet flow means runoff which flows over the ground surface as a thin, even layer, not concentrated in a channel.

Examples of Sheet flow in a sentence

  • Sheet flow of surface water from one lot’s paved area to another lot’s paved area shall not be considered a direct plumbing service.

  • Sheet flow runoff from denuded areas shall be intercepted by silt fence or diversions to protect adjacent properties and water resources from sediment transported via sheet flow.

  • Sheet flow: The maximum length for each reach of sheet or overland flow before shallow concentrated or open channel flow develops is one hundred fifty (150) feet.

  • Sheet flow runoff from denuded areas shall be intercepted by silt fence or diversions to protect adjacent properties, water resources, and wetlands from sediment transported via sheet flow.

  • Sheet flow runoff from denuded areas shall be intercepted by Silt Fence or Diversions to protect adjacent properties and water resources from sediment.

  • Sheet flow must be maintained to the maximum extent practical through dispersing concentrated flow and re-establishment of vegetation to maintain the effectiveness of the riparian area.

  • Sheet flow between lots can be provided only through a defined drainage easement.

  • Sheet flow may be determined using the nomograph in Appendix B-4, or the Manning’s kinematic solution shown in the Sheet Flow section of Worksheet No. 1 in Appendix B-5.

  • Sheet flow runoff from denuded areas shall be intercepted by sediment barriers or diversions to protect adjacent properties and water resources from sediment transported via sheet flow.

  • Sheet flow runoff from the Development Area shall be intercepted by silt fence, mulch berms or diversions.


More Definitions of Sheet flow

Sheet flow means water, usually storm runoff, flowing in a thin layer over the ground surface.
Sheet flow means the portion of precipitation that moves initially as overland flow in very shallow depths before eventually reaching a stream channel.
Sheet flow means overland water runoff in a thin uniform layer.
Sheet flow means water runoff in a thin uniform layer or rills and which is of a small enough quantity to be treated by sediment barriers.

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