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Rohwer‘s formula
Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =0.771*(1.465-0.00073*Atmospheric Pressure)*(0.44+0.0733*Mean Wind Velocity)*(Saturation Vapour Pressure at Water Surface-Vapour Pressure of Air) GO
Meyer‘s formula
Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Coefficient accounting for other factors*(Saturation Vapour Pressure at Water Surface-Vapour Pressure of Air)*(1+Mean Wind Velocity/16) GO
Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law
Saturated Vapour Pressure of water=(Evaporation from water body (mm/day) /Proportionality Constant )+Vapour Pressure of Air GO
Vapour Pressure of air when Evaporation is given in Dalton's law
Vapour Pressure of Air=Saturated Vapour Pressure of water-(Evaporation from water body (mm/day) /Proportionality Constant ) GO
Dalton's Law of Evaporation
Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Proportionality Constant *(Saturated Vapour Pressure of water-Vapour Pressure of Air) GO
Temperature Difference when Partial Pressure is Given
Temperature Change=(Saturated Vapour Pressure of water-Partial pressure of water vapour)/0.7 GO
Partial Pressure of Water Vapour
Partial pressure of water vapour=Saturated Vapour Pressure of water-0.7*Temperature Change GO

5 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Evaporation from Energy Budget Method
Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =(Net Heat received by the Water Surface-Heat Flux into the Ground-Head stored in Water Body-Net Heat Conducted out system by Water Flow)/(Water Density*Latent Heat of Evaporation*(1+Bowen’s Ratio)) GO
Rohwer‘s formula
Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =0.771*(1.465-0.00073*Atmospheric Pressure)*(0.44+0.0733*Mean Wind Velocity)*(Saturation Vapour Pressure at Water Surface-Vapour Pressure of Air) GO
Meyer‘s formula
Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Coefficient accounting for other factors*(Saturation Vapour Pressure at Water Surface-Vapour Pressure of Air)*(1+Mean Wind Velocity/16) GO
Dalton's Law of Evaporation
Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Proportionality Constant *(Saturated Vapour Pressure of water-Vapour Pressure of Air) GO
Evaporation when Precipitation is known.
Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Precipitation-Surface Runoff GO

Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind Formula

Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Constant kl for a given area*(Saturated Vapour Pressure of water-Vapour Pressure of Air)*(Constant 'a' for given Area+Constant 'b' for given Area*Wind Velocity)
E=kl*(ew-ea)*(a+b*V)
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What does Dalton's law mean?

Dalton's law of partial pressures states that the total pressure exerted by a mixture of gases is equal to the sum of the partial pressures exerted by each individual gas in the mixture.

How to Calculate Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind?

Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind calculator uses Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Constant kl for a given area*(Saturated Vapour Pressure of water-Vapour Pressure of Air)*(Constant 'a' for given Area+Constant 'b' for given Area*Wind Velocity) to calculate the Evaporation from water body (mm/day) , The Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind formula is defined as the total pressure of a mixture of gases is equal to the sum of the partial pressures of the individual component gases. Evaporation from water body (mm/day) and is denoted by E symbol.

How to calculate Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind, enter Constant kl for a given area (kl), Saturated Vapour Pressure of water (ew), Vapour Pressure of Air (ea), Constant 'a' for given Area (a), Constant 'b' for given Area (b) and Wind Velocity (V) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0 = 1*(50000-50000)*(1+1*5.55555555555556).

FAQ

What is Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind?
The Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind formula is defined as the total pressure of a mixture of gases is equal to the sum of the partial pressures of the individual component gases and is represented as E=kl*(ew-ea)*(a+b*V) or Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Constant kl for a given area*(Saturated Vapour Pressure of water-Vapour Pressure of Air)*(Constant 'a' for given Area+Constant 'b' for given Area*Wind Velocity). Constant kl for a given area considering the effect of wind in Dalton‘s Law, Saturated Vapour Pressure of water, Vapour Pressure of Air to the standard atmospheric pressure. , Constant 'a' for given Area considering the effect of wind in Dalton‘s Law, Constant 'b' for given Area considering the effect of wind in Dalton‘s Law and Wind Velocity, Considering the effect of wind Dalton‘s Law.
How to calculate Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind?
The Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind formula is defined as the total pressure of a mixture of gases is equal to the sum of the partial pressures of the individual component gases is calculated using Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Constant kl for a given area*(Saturated Vapour Pressure of water-Vapour Pressure of Air)*(Constant 'a' for given Area+Constant 'b' for given Area*Wind Velocity). To calculate Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind, you need Constant kl for a given area (kl), Saturated Vapour Pressure of water (ew), Vapour Pressure of Air (ea), Constant 'a' for given Area (a), Constant 'b' for given Area (b) and Wind Velocity (V). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Constant kl for a given area, Saturated Vapour Pressure of water, Vapour Pressure of Air, Constant 'a' for given Area, Constant 'b' for given Area and Wind Velocity and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Evaporation from water body (mm/day) ?
In this formula, Evaporation from water body (mm/day) uses Constant kl for a given area, Saturated Vapour Pressure of water, Vapour Pressure of Air, Constant 'a' for given Area, Constant 'b' for given Area and Wind Velocity. We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Proportionality Constant *(Saturated Vapour Pressure of water-Vapour Pressure of Air)
  • Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Coefficient accounting for other factors*(Saturation Vapour Pressure at Water Surface-Vapour Pressure of Air)*(1+Mean Wind Velocity/16)
  • Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =0.771*(1.465-0.00073*Atmospheric Pressure)*(0.44+0.0733*Mean Wind Velocity)*(Saturation Vapour Pressure at Water Surface-Vapour Pressure of Air)
  • Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =Precipitation-Surface Runoff
  • Evaporation from water body (mm/day) =(Net Heat received by the Water Surface-Heat Flux into the Ground-Head stored in Water Body-Net Heat Conducted out system by Water Flow)/(Water Density*Latent Heat of Evaporation*(1+Bowen’s Ratio))
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