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Experimental study on high salinity water surface evaporation in arid areas

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doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1000-0852.2016.06.004
Authors:Li Yang; Jia Ruiliang; Zhou Jinlong; Li Qiao; Gao Yexin
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Xinjiang Agricultural University, College of Water Conservancy and Civil Engineering, Urumqi, China
Other:
Xinjiang Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering Research Center, China
Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, China
Volume Title:Shuiwen Hydrology
Source:Shuiwen = Hydrology, 36(6), p.24-27. Publisher: China Ministry of Water Resources, Beijing, China. ISSN: 1000-0852
Publication Date:2016
Note:In Chinese with English summary. 7 refs.; illus.
Summary:The general law of the high salinity water surface evaporation was obtained by water surface evaporation experiments of different salinity Eφ20 evaporator at the Changji Groundwater Balance Test Station, Xinjiang. By comparatively analyzing the data, we found that under the same external environment condition, there is a negative correlation between high salinity water surface evaporation and salinity, that is to say, the higher the salinity, the more weaker water surface evaporation, on the Contrary the more stronger water surface evaporation. This is mainly due to the attraction effect of salt molecules to water molecules in the salt water. According to the experimental data, functional relationship between the water evaporation and the salinity was fitted out, and the conversion coefficient of high salinity water surface evaporation was calculated.
Subjects:Arid environment; Evaporation; Experimental studies; Functions; Geochemistry; Ground water; Hydrochemistry; Molecular dynamics; Numerical analysis; Salinity; Simulation; Terrestrial environment; Water balance; Asia; China; Far East; Xinjiang China; Changji China
Coordinates:N440100 N440100 E0871900 E0871900
Record ID:837071-4
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