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Water channel may refer to:
- an experimental tank
- to study resistance and propulsion behaviour of ships, submarines, or other sea vessels. In the study of naval architecture (ocean engineering), its general purpose is to allow understanding of the motion behavior of ships in advance. See: Ship model basin
- to study hydraulic flow. See: Water tunnel (hydrodynamic)
- to study wave motion. See: Wave tank, Wave flume, Ripple tank
- a naturally formed, narrow waterway. See: Strait
- (physical geography) a landform consisting of the outline of the path of a narrow body of water. See: Channel (geography)
- man-made channels for water. See: Canal
- a cellular membrane structure that selectively passes water. See: Aquaporin
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