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T WO techniques of improving the water distribution characteristics of cablegation systems are proposed and evaluated. The bypass method, which largely eliminates the problem of end effects, involves starting the plug at the first outlet and initially bypassing most of the flow to the downstream end of the pipeline, which is plugged. As the plug moves down the pipe, the bypass flow gradually decreases to zero. This method nearly equalizes the inflow distribution to all furrows and allows thedoi:10.13031/2013.32868 fatcat:nqidvk3q5vef3p72xrjwprpf7u