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This study presents a series of laboratory experiments conducted on inclined dense jets from 15° to 90° at 15° intervals, which discharge brine in a stagnant water ambient. The main geometrical properties and dilution of the flow were measured by light attenuation method. The densimetric Froude number is an effective dimensionless parameter on the inclined dense jet behavior that changes with initial velocity and the brine density. In this study, attempts have been made to investigate thedoi:10.1007/s42452-020-03289-7 fatcat:wmxqvngmgnd33ke7vr74y47taq