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study of the effects of waves on evaporation from free water surfaces.

Calvin C. Easterbrook

study of the effects of waves on evaporation from free water surfaces.

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Published by U.S. Bureau of Reclamation; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Washington in [Denver] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water waves.,
  • Evaporation (Meteorology)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 41.

    StatementPrepared by Calvin C. Easterbrook, for the Bureau of Reclamation.
    SeriesA Water resources technical publication., no. 18
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Reclamation.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC801 .U12 no. 18, TC172 .U12 no. 18
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 58 p.
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4376142M
    LC Control Number78605995

    Molecules contained in a liquid evaporate from the surface area. This means that the larger the surface area, the faster the rate of evaporation. Test this by putting water into two different containers. Use one that has a diameter of a 3 or 4 inches, such as a glass, and another that has a diameter of 8 to 10 inches, such as a bowl. Put 2oz of. measured the lifetime of water drops evaporating on a hot steel surface and derived an expression for the heat transfer rate across the liquid-solid interface. The effects of electrostatic force, relative humidity, and heating surface temperature on the evaporation rate wereCited by: In the common case of water evaporation, about 1 kg/h of vapor will be produced by 1 kg/h of live steam, as the specific evaporation heat values on the heating and product sides are about the same. If the amount of vapor produced by primary energy is used as heating steam in a second effect, the energy consumption of the overall system is. On average the deepest water waves (3 cm) had the fastest speed and highest velocity. While the shallowest water (1 cm) had the slowest speed and lowest velocity. There was a major time difference compared to the one centimeter ( mps 2) and three centimeter ( mps 2) wave speed.

    The evaporation rate of water in a vessel was studied as a function of of temperature, humidity, air velocity, and diameter of the vessel. The atmospheric temperature was varied between 14 and 29 °C, the humidity between 24% and 75%, the air velocity between and m/s, and the diameter between and cm. The experimental results are compared with a theory that is based on the Cited by:


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study of the effects of waves on evaporation from free water surfaces. by Calvin C. Easterbrook Download PDF EPUB FB2

Study of the effects of waves on evaporation from free water surfaces. [Denver, Colo.]: United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Calvin C Easterbrook; United States.

Bureau of. Research Report No. 18 • A WATER RESOURCES TECHNICAL PUBLICATION Astudy of the effects of waves on evaporation from free water surfaces prepared by Calvin C. Easterbrook, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., for the Bureau of Reclamation UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF RECLAMATION.

Research Report No. 18 • A WATER RESOURCES TECHNICAL PUBLICATION A study of the effects of waves on evaporation from free water surfaces prepared by Calvin C. Easterbrook, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., for the Bureau of Reclamation UNITED STATES' DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF RECLAMATION.

Book Review: A study of the effects of waves on evaporation from free water surfaces. CALVIN C. EASTERBROCK: Denver, Colorado, Bureau of Reclamations, U.S. Dept. measurements of air and water temperatures, humidity, and atmospheric pressure.

INTRODUCTION It has long been known that evaporation from a free water surface is reduced by salinity. Several investi­ gators have presented the results of experimental determinations of the reduction in evaporation with increasing by: EVAPORATION FROM FREE WATER SURFACES 5 The Carnegie Institute has published a bulletin on evaporation by Folse (12, p.

) in which the formula E^ie.-ea) [ + (TF)1 is developed as the result of a statistical study of the gauge heights. Evaporation Kinetics of Sessile Water Droplets on Micropillared Superhydrophobic Surfaces. Langmuir29 (20), DOI: /lae. Gang Pu and Steven J. Severtson.

Water Evaporation on Highly Viscoelastic Polymer Surfaces. Langmuir28 (26), DOI: / by: Effects of Free Surface Evaporation on Water Nanodroplet Wetting Kinetics: A Molecular Dynamics Study Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Heat Transfer (9) September. in estimating so-called free water surface evaporation (FWS) from shallow water bodies.

Fig. 9 Fig. 9 presents a portion of the Annual FWS Evaporati on m ap for the 48 States from that publication. The evaporation heat (enthalpy) of water at temperature at 20oC is kJ/kg.

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We study the evaporation rate from single drops as well as collections of drops on a solid substrate, both experimentally and theoretically.

For a single isolated drops of water, in general the evaporative flux is limited by diffusion of water through the air, leading to an evaporation rate that is proportional to the linear dimension of the File Size: KB.

Unglazed porous cylinders were used to study experimentally the evaporation features of water from the cylinder surfaces in natural convective airflows. Seto semi-porcelain clay No.6 was employed to make the unglazed porous cylinders.

The firing temperature was changed from to K to regulate the pore size of the : S. Hara. The aim of this study is to investigate the effect of water surface salinity on evaporation over a diluted buoy-ant plume and over the open lake, simultaneously, by means of direct measurements.

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The obvious presence of various shapes of gravity waves on the water body surfaces was the motivation of this experimental investigation. In this investigation experimental measurements have been done to quantify evaporation rate from wavy Cited by: 1.

1 Introduction. Evaporation from open water bodies often represents the largest loss in their local hydrologic budget, yet its quantification continues to be a theoretical and a practical challenge in surface hydrology and micrometeorology (Assouline & Mahrer,; Assouline et al., ; Brutsaert,).The effect of surface water salinity on evaporation adds to the complexity Cited by: RATES OF EVAPORATION OF LIQUIDS [M.

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