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Generally, ahead of the mesh the water velocity should not exceed 0.70 msec 2.4 fps in the narrowest passage and 1.2 msec 4 fps downstream of the mesh. WATERLIFE PROTECTION Refer to specific chapter on Environmental Protection .

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