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Engineering aspects of evaporation reduction for small surface water storages
Trevor Regis Fietz
Bibliography: p. 13-18.
|Statement||by T. R. Fietz.|
|Series||Water Research Foundation of Australia. Report, no. 33, Report (Water Research Foundation of Australia) ;, no. 33.|
|Contributions||Water Research Foundation of Australia.|
|LC Classifications||TC521 .W29 no. 33, TD397 .W29 no. 33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18, ii, vii p.|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||72187121|
Evaporation from water storages and irrigation channels represent one of the major water loss pathways, yet evaporation remains difficult to quantify without large uncertainty. This is especially so for small water storages, as the fetch effect on evaporation can be large [Condie and Webster, ]. A system of water flows and storages that may be disrupted by human activity. the sequence of conditions through which water passes through from vapor to atmosphere through precipitation upon on land or water surfaces, ultimately, back into an atmosphere as a result of evaporation and transpiration.
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Report)Author: Trevor Regis Fietz. Evaporation of water from a water surface - like an open tank, a swimming pool or similar - depends on water temperature, air temperature, air humidity and air velocity above the water surface. The amount of evaporated water can be expressed as.
This book emphasizes the process of the air-water interface and discusses such important topics as evaporation and condensation coefficients of water, heat and mass transfer, surface temperature, interfacial tension, convection, diffusion, thermal gradients, wind-generated waves, and the roles that these processes play in evaporation.
evaporation by blocking incoming solar radiation incident upon the water surface, thus reducing thermal energy input into the reservoir surface waters, which in turn reduces the water surface temperature and the potential for evaporation.
The covers also reduce surface wind action by lowering the vapour pressure gradient over the water. floating reflective covers appear promising as a means of reducing evaporation from open water surface light-coloured materials were studied using buried and exposed wall tanks to.
These results have implications for both small-scale trailing of evaporation suppressants and the deployment and management of artificial surface film materials on agricultural water storages. Engineering aspects of evaporation reduction for small surface water storages, by T.
Fietz; Urban retarding basin systems / by Michael Philip Woodhouse; Evaporation from water storages; Reservoirs / Brian Henderson-Sellers; Reservoir capacity and yield /.
The work presented in this study aims to investing the use of Chemical films as Evapo Suppretants for reduction of evaporation from the open water surface so as to increase the storage efficiency. The evaporation reduction rates are affected by how tightly the modules are packed together and may be slightly lower than reductions achieved with continuous plastic floating cover types.
As each module is small in size, thousands of modules may be required to cover some water storages. depending on the surface area, location and storage operational requirements. For example, floating covers are most appropriate on storages less than 1ha in size with all year water storage.
Shade cloth structures would also be most viable on storages /1 Controlling Evaporation Loss from Water Storages iii. relative to total dam surface area at a given water depth was on ly small mean ing that evaporation reductions were not very significant.
The largest area reduction through the modification was. This book emphasizes the process of the air-water interface and discusses such important topics as evaporation and condensation coefficients of water, heat and mass transfer, surface temperature, interfacial tension, convection, diffusion, thermal gradients, wind-generated waves, and the roles that these processes play in evaporation.
The book. Cropping systems use water based on the amount of water taken up by the crops and the amount of water evaporated from the soil surface and crop. These processes combined are referred to as evapotranspiration (ET) and the volume of water is estimated mathematically involving various climatic factors for a well-maintain turfgrass as a standard.
This chapter presents a method of treating large water storages in evaporation control. The method described is ideal for dusting a water surface with solid cetyl alcohol.
The surface film that is formed spreads rapidly, and effective cover is soon achieved over large areas. The action of wind on the film has been investigated. ENERGY (continued) • Estimating energy storage in water (Q t) can be more difficult than estimating soil heat flux (G)• Part of solar radiation may penetrate to great depths depending on the clarity of the water • Stored energy affects the evaporation rate • Example temperature profiles in deep water: – profiles during increasing solar cycle.
sing water scarcity is the reduction of water losses especially those due to evaporation from water bodies which, by some estimates, amount to more than 20% of water used in irri-gated agriculture [Rost et al., ; Gökbulak and Özhan, ].
 Water is commonly stored in small reservoirs and behind dams, and by some estimates up to half. Reduction of evaporation from farm dams. Scoping Study. Evaporation reduction from farm dams in Australia is regarded as one of the few areas where there are real water savings to be made.
At this stage, there are a number of commercial evaporation reduction systems available that use either a hard or polymer cover. It is an established fact that huge quantities of water are lost from lakes, reservoirs and soils by evaporation. This assumes greater significance in arid and semi-arid regions around the globe when a general scarcity of water is compounded by high evaporation loss from the open water surfaces of lakes and reservoirs.
The use of surface covering by a monomolecular film to reduce evaporation. 30% of the total consumptive use of surface water. Because evaporation is such a large part of the wa-ter budget in arid regions, evaporation suppression has been studied for decades.
Research has shown that surfactants, which modify the surface tension of the water surface, are very effective in the laboratory in sup-pressing evaporation. The principal strategy in evaporation reduction is the minimisation of the water surface area that is in contact with the air as well as sheltering the water surface from the solar radiation [4, p ].
Effective economic ways to reduce evaporation from large water bodies are yet to be developed [4, p 56]. The Science of Surface and Ground Water: Rainfall Runoff Relationships: PDF: kb: The Science of Surface and Ground Water: Design Flood Estimation: PDF: kb: The Science of Surface and Ground Water: Subsurface Movement of Water: PDF: kb: The Science of Surface and Ground Water: Principles of Ground Water Flow: PDF: kb: The.the atmosphere is less than the evaporating surface (at % relative humidity there is no more evaporation).
The evaporation process requires large amounts of energy. For example, the evaporation of one gram of water requires calories of heat energy.
Transpiration is the process of water loss from plants through stomata. Stomata are small.Water is a chemical compound with the chemical formula H 2O. A water molecule contains one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms that are connected by covalent is a liquid at standard ambient temperature and pressure, but it often co-exists on Earth with its solid state, ice, and gaseous state, steam (water vapor).Water covers 71% of the Earth's surface..