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Dalton‘s Law Considering the effect of wind
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) 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
Water Budget Equation for a catchment considering time interval
Change in Mass Storage=Precipitation-Surface Runoff-Net Ground Water Flowing outside the Catchment-Evaporation from water body (mm/day) -Transpiration 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
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
Heat Energy used up in Evaporation
Heat Energy used up in Evaporation=Water Density*Latent Heat of Evaporation*Evaporation from water body (mm/day) GO
Runoff when Precipitation is known.
Surface Runoff=Precipitation-Evaporation from water body (mm/day) GO
Precipitation
Precipitation=Surface Runoff+Evaporation from water body (mm/day) GO

Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law Formula

Saturated Vapour Pressure of water=(Evaporation from water body (mm/day) /Proportionality Constant )+Vapour Pressure of Air
ew=(E/k)+ea
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What is Dalton's Law of Evaporation ?

Dalton's Law of Evaporation staes that the rate of evaporation is proportional to the difference between saturation vapor pressure at water temperature(ew) and actual vapor pressure in the air (ea )

What are the Importance of Dalton's law?

Dalton's Law is especially important in atmospheric studies. Dalton's Law plays a large role in medicine and other breathing areas.

How to Calculate Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law?

Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law calculator uses Saturated Vapour Pressure of water=(Evaporation from water body (mm/day) /Proportionality Constant )+Vapour Pressure of Air to calculate the Saturated Vapour Pressure of water, Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law formula is defined by the parameters of daily evaporation E, saturated vapour pressure of water ew and vapour pressure of air ea in Dalton's Formula which states that Evaporation is proportional to the difference in vapour pressures of water and air. Saturated Vapour Pressure of water and is denoted by ew symbol.

How to calculate Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law, enter Evaporation from water body (mm/day) (E), Proportionality Constant (k) and Vapour Pressure of Air (ea) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6.666104 = (0.008/2)+6666.1.

FAQ

What is Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law?
Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law formula is defined by the parameters of daily evaporation E, saturated vapour pressure of water ew and vapour pressure of air ea in Dalton's Formula which states that Evaporation is proportional to the difference in vapour pressures of water and air and is represented as ew=(E/k)+ea or Saturated Vapour Pressure of water=(Evaporation from water body (mm/day) /Proportionality Constant )+Vapour Pressure of Air. Evaporation from water body (mm/day) is the process by which liquid water from an open water surface is converted directly to water vapor, Proportionality Constant k is the ratio between two directly proportional quantities and Vapour Pressure of Air to the standard atmospheric pressure. .
How to calculate Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law?
Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law formula is defined by the parameters of daily evaporation E, saturated vapour pressure of water ew and vapour pressure of air ea in Dalton's Formula which states that Evaporation is proportional to the difference in vapour pressures of water and air is calculated using Saturated Vapour Pressure of water=(Evaporation from water body (mm/day) /Proportionality Constant )+Vapour Pressure of Air. To calculate Vapour Pressure of water at a given temperature when Evaporation given in Dalton's Law, you need Evaporation from water body (mm/day) (E), Proportionality Constant (k) and Vapour Pressure of Air (ea). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Evaporation from water body (mm/day) , Proportionality Constant and Vapour Pressure of Air 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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