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**Evaporation is the process in which a liquid changes to the gaseous state at the free
**

surface, below the boiling point through the transfer of heat energy.

The rate of evaporation is depended on the following :

(i)Vapour Pressure

EL = C (ew – ea)

Where EL = rate of evaporation (mm/day)

C = a constant

ew = the saturation vapour pressure at the water temperature in

mm of mercury

ea = the actual vapour pressure in the air in mm of mercury

This equation is known as Dalton’s law of evaporation after John Dalton (1802)

Who first recognized this law. Evaporation continuous till ew = ea. If ew > ea

Condensation takes place

as in high altitudes. (v) Soluble Salts When a solute is dissolved in water. . the vapour pressure of the solution is less than that of pure water and hence causes reduction in the rate of evaporation. (iv) Atmospheric Pressure A decrease in the barometric pressure . For example.(ii) Temperature The rate of evaporation increases with an increase in the water temperature. under identical condition evaporation from sea water is about 2 – 3% less than the fresh water. increases evaporation. (iii) Wind The rate of evaporation increases with the wind speed up to a critical speed beyond which any further increase in the wind speed has no influence on the evaporation rate.

Evaporimeters The amount of water evaporated from a water Surface is estimated by the Following methods : (i) using evaporimeter (ii) empirical evaporation equations and (iii) analytical methods .(vi) Heat Storage in Water Bodies Deep water bodies have more heat storage than shallow ones.

Types of Evaporimeters Class A Evaporation Pan .

Colorado Sunken Pan .

They differ in the heat storing capacity and heat transfer from the sides and bottom.US Geological Survey Floating Pan Square pan 900 mm side and 450 mm depth supported by drum floats in the middle of a raft (4. The heat transfer characteristics of the pan material is different from that of the reservoir. 2. The sunken pan and floating pan aim to reduce this deficiency. The water level in the pan is kept at the same level as the lake leaving a rim of 75 mm. The height of the rim in an evaporation pan affects the wind action over the surface. Pan Coefficient Cp Evaporation pan are not exact models of large reservoirs and have the following principle drawbacks : 1. As a result of this factor the evaporation from a pan depends to a certain extent on its size.87 m) is set a float in a lake.25 m x 4. . 3.

The values of Cp in use for different pans are given in the following Table .Thus a coefficient is introduced as Lake evaporation = Cp x pan evaporation In which Cp = pan coefficient.

50 for small shallow waters. Cold regions – one station for every 100. Arid zones – one station for every 30.Evaporation Stations The WMO recommends the minimum network of evaporimeter stations as Below. Empirical evaporation Equations Meyer’s Formula (1915) EL = KM (ew – ea) (1 + u9/16) In which.000 Km2.36 for large deep and 0. and 3. u9 = monthly mean wind velocity in km/h at bout 9 m above ground and KM = coefficient accounting for various other factors with a value of 0. 1.000 Km2 2.000 Km2. . Humid temperate climates – one station for every 50.

This equation can be used to determine the velocity at any desired level. .0733 uo)(ew – ea) Pa = mean barometric reading in mm of mercury Uo = mean wind velocity in km/h at ground level. which can be taken to be the velocity at 0. Uh = wind velocity at a height h above the ground and C = constant.771(1.Rohwer’s Formula (1931) EL = 0. The wind velocity can be assumed to follow the 1/7 power law Uh = C h 1/7 Where.44 + 0.465 – 0.6 m height above ground.000732 Pa) (0.

0 m above ground u1 = 16 km/h u9 = ? uh = C (h) 1/7 uh = C (1) 1/7 = 16 km/h u9/u1 = C ((9) 1/7) / C ((1) 1/7) .02 mm of Hg u9 = wind velocity at a height of 9. Solution : ew = 17. Estimate the average daily evaporation from the lake and volume of water Evaporated from the lake during that one week.40 x 17. relative humidity = 40% wind velocity at 1.54 = 7.0 m above ground = 16km/h.Example : A reservoir with a surface area of 250hectares had the following average values of parameters during a week : water temperature = 20o C.54 mm of Hg ea = 0.

36 (17.9 km/h By Meyer’s formula E = 0.02) (1 + 21.97/1000 x 250 x10000 3 = 157.u9 = u1 (9) 1/7 = 16 (9) 1/7 = 21.54 – 7.000 m .97 mm/day Evaporated volume in 7 days = 7 x 8.9/16) = 8.

and 3. Mass – transfer method Water – Budget Method P + Vis +Vig + = Vos + Vog + EL + Δ S + TL Where. P = daily evaporation Vis = daily surface inflow into the lake Vig = daily groundwater inflow Vos = daily surface outflow from the lake Vog = daily surface outflow . Energy – balance method. 2. Water – budget method.Analytical Methods of Evaporation Estimation The analytical methods for the determination of Lake evaporation can be broadly classified into three categories as : 1.

EL = daily lake evaporation Δ S = increase in lake storage in a day TL = daily transpiration loss .

Hb Hc (1 – r) = incoming solar radiation into a surface of reflection coefficient (albedo) r Hb = back radiation (long wave) from water body Ha = sensible heat transfer from water surface to air He = heat energy used up in evaporation = ρ L EL where ρ = density of water . L = latent heat of evaporation and EL = evaporation in mm Hg = heat flux into the ground Hs = heat stored in water body Hi = net heat conducted out of the system by water flow (advected energy) .Energy – Budget Method Hn = Ha + He + Hg + Hs + Hi Where.r) . Hn = net heat energy received by the water surface = Hc (1.

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