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Hydraulic grade line
A hydraulic grade line (HGL) is: ‘A theoretical line showing the sum of the pressure elevation heads of a flow relative to a datum. For uniform open-channel flow, the hydraulic grade line is the same as the water surface. The slope of the hydraulic grade line is the hydraulic gradient.’
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