The purpose of this Research is to simulate the water quality of varied High-turbidity Raw Water at different depths under the water's surface. During the experiment, a Barrier Board was used to extend the flowing route and to change the overflow level for carrying out the pre-treatment of High-turbidity Raw Water through the changes of varied flow rates in order to study the changes and the removal rate of the turbidity for the influent and effluent; with the settled bottom mud surveyed, the operating requirements of the Surface Overflow Rate (SOR). The experimental result indicated that the turbidity of High-turbidity Water can be reduced by means of an inertia restrained flow, extending the flowing route and heightening the overflow level. The results indicated that the turbidity of the effluent was mostly between 380-1,000 NTU in presenting an over 50% removal rate and even up to 93%. When the SOR of the Sedimentation Basin is set at 19.l m/d, a 54-86% turbidity removal rate can be achieved; whereas, a 50-72% removal rate can be achieved when set at 38.3 m/ d. It has indicated that a significant effect could be achieved for turbidity treatment by employing the properties of high-turbidity substances and the convenient physical theory of gravity settling. As such, a visible removal effect could be achieved to exhibit the effect of pre-treatment.