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Also known as "weir

A weir is a structure built across a river. Under the River Act, a dam is defined as a structure that is 15 meters or longer, while a weir is generally defined as a structure that is shorter than 15 meters. Sometimes it is simply called a weir.

There are also fixed weirs, which have no moving parts, and movable weirs, which have moving parts to control the flow of water. In addition, there are wash weirs that allow water to overflow the top of the weir.

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