**Discharge (hydrology)** — In hydrology, discharge is the volume rate of water flow, including any suspended solids (i.e. sediment), dissolved chemical species (i.e. CaCO3(aq)) and/or biologic material (i.e. diatoms), which is transported through a given cross sectional… … Wikipedia

**discharge** — the volume of water in a channel passing a particular point in a particular time, usually cubic metres per second or cumecs. Calculated by multiplying cross sectional area of the river by its velocity … Geography glossary

**Corona discharge** — The corona discharge around a high voltage coil … Wikipedia

**specific discharge** — The rate of discharge of ground water per unit area of a porous medium measured at right angle to the direction of flow. Synonyms: Darcy velocity; seepage velocity … Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

**coefficient of discharge** — the ratio of the actual discharge to the ideal discharge, assuming unit coefficients of contraction and velocity, equal to the product of these coefficients … Useful english dictionary

**Darcian velocity** — ; seepage velocity See specific discharge … Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

**apparent ground-water velocity** — See specific discharge … Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

**flow velocity** — See specific discharge … Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

**seepage velocity** — See specific discharge … Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

**Darcy velocity** — See specific discharge … Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology