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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
Bowen’s Ratio
Bowen’s Ratio=Sensible heat transfer from water body/Water Density*Latent Heat of Evaporation*Evaporation from water body (mm/day) GO

Energy Balance to the Evaporating Surface in a period of one day Formula

Net Heat received by the Water Surface=Sensible heat transfer from water body+Heat Energy used up in Evaporation+Heat Flux into the Ground+Head stored in Water Body+Net Heat Conducted out system by Water Flow
H<sub>n</sub>=H<sub>a</sub>+H<sub>e</sub>+H<sub>g</sub>+H<sub>s</sub>+H<sub>i</sub>
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What is Energy Budget Method?

The energy-budget method is an application of the law of conservation of energy. The energy available for evaporation is determined by considering the incoming energy, outgoing energy and energy stored in the water body over a known time interval.

How to Calculate Energy Balance to the Evaporating Surface in a period of one day?

Energy Balance to the Evaporating Surface in a period of one day calculator uses Net Heat received by the Water Surface=Sensible heat transfer from water body+Heat Energy used up in Evaporation+Heat Flux into the Ground+Head stored in Water Body+Net Heat Conducted out system by Water Flow to calculate the Net Heat received by the Water Surface, The Energy balance to the evaporating surface in a period of one day is defined as energy available for evaporation is determined by considering the incoming energy, outgoing energy and energy stored in the water body. Net Heat received by the Water Surface and is denoted by Hn symbol.

How to calculate Energy Balance to the Evaporating Surface in a period of one day using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Energy Balance to the Evaporating Surface in a period of one day, enter Sensible heat transfer from water body (Ha), Heat Energy used up in Evaporation (He), Heat Flux into the Ground (Hg), Head stored in Water Body (Hs) and Net Heat Conducted out system by Water Flow (Hi) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Energy Balance to the Evaporating Surface in a period of one day calculation can be explained with given input values -> 36 = 2+1+1+22+10.

FAQ

What is Energy Balance to the Evaporating Surface in a period of one day?
The Energy balance to the evaporating surface in a period of one day is defined as energy available for evaporation is determined by considering the incoming energy, outgoing energy and energy stored in the water body and is represented as Hn=Ha+He+Hg+Hs+Hi or Net Heat received by the Water Surface=Sensible heat transfer from water body+Heat Energy used up in Evaporation+Heat Flux into the Ground+Head stored in Water Body+Net Heat Conducted out system by Water Flow. Sensible Heat Transfer from Water Body, Heat Energy used up in Evaporation, Heat Flux into the Ground is convective heat transfer coefficient between the ground surface and the environment, Head stored in Water Body under Consideration and Net Heat Conducted out system by Water Flow (advected energy) .
How to calculate Energy Balance to the Evaporating Surface in a period of one day?
The Energy balance to the evaporating surface in a period of one day is defined as energy available for evaporation is determined by considering the incoming energy, outgoing energy and energy stored in the water body is calculated using Net Heat received by the Water Surface=Sensible heat transfer from water body+Heat Energy used up in Evaporation+Heat Flux into the Ground+Head stored in Water Body+Net Heat Conducted out system by Water Flow. To calculate Energy Balance to the Evaporating Surface in a period of one day, you need Sensible heat transfer from water body (Ha), Heat Energy used up in Evaporation (He), Heat Flux into the Ground (Hg), Head stored in Water Body (Hs) and Net Heat Conducted out system by Water Flow (Hi). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Sensible heat transfer from water body, Heat Energy used up in Evaporation, Heat Flux into the Ground, Head stored in Water Body and Net Heat Conducted out system by Water Flow and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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