The Bowen Ratio Method and PAN Evaporation Explained

Bowen Ratio Method

Energy Balance and The Bowen Ratio Method Explained During the Evapotranspiration process, energy is used to convert water from liquid to vapor and transfer the vapor to the atmosphere. The Bowen-ratio method, which were used to estimate ET, are based on characteristics of the energy budget associated with atmospheric fluxes. Instrumentation two solid-state temperature and … Read more

Boundary Layer Equations and Different Boundary Layer Thickness

boundary layer

Boundary Layer Equations and Different Boundary Layer Thickness Topics Covered Different Boundary Layer Thickness Nominal Thickness Displacement Thickness Momentum Thickness Energy Thickness Equations for different BL thickness Boundary Layer Equations Assumptions Nominal Thickness Nominal thickness of the boundary layer is defined as the thickness of zone extending from solid boundary to a point where velocity … Read more

Response and Rescue operation in Bhuj Earthquake India

Response and Rescue

Response and Rescue operation in Bhuj Earthquake India Search and rescue operations International Community – Response Response within the country First impressions of shelters Health initiatives Bhuj Earthquake India Read Here Search and rescue operations All sizes and hues, relief equipment, personnel and rescue teams with their equipment. Transportation trucks at times were not available … Read more

Different Types of Bridges

Beam Bridges

Different Types of Bridges and Criteria of Site Selection Definition A bridge is a structure built to span physical obstacles such as a body of water, valley, or road, for the purpose of providing passage over the obstacle. Designs of bridges vary depending on  The function of the bridge, The nature of the terrain where … Read more

Financial Arrangements done after Bhuj Earthquake 2001

Bhuj Earthquake

Financial Arrangements done after Bhuj Earthquake 2001 Calamity Relief Fund (CRF) in each state. The CRF allocation during the period 2000-05 has been increased to Rs 11007.56 crore as compared with Rs 6304.27 crore during 1995-2000. The efforts are supplemented by provision of additional assistance from National Calamity Contingency Fund (NCCF) during severe calamities. Calamity … Read more

Impacts of Bhuj Earthquake on Revenue, Expenditure, Economy and Environment

Impacts of Bhuj Earthquake

Impacts of Bhuj Earthquake on Revenue, Expenditure, Economy and Environment Bhuj Earthquake and Impact on Revenue About Bhuj Earthquake Read Here Impact on Revenue Sales tax losses for February and March 2001 were Rs 115 crore. For 2001-02, the losses were expected to be Rs 260 crore. Only 10% of the estimated stamp duty and … Read more

Bhuj Earthquake India 2001 – A Complete Study

Bhuj Earthquake India - Aerial View

Bhuj Earthquake India Gujarat : Disaster on a day of celebration : 51st Republic Day on January 26, 2001 7.9 on the Richter scale. 8.46 AM January 26th 2001 20,800 dead Basic Facts Earthquake: 8:46am on January 26, 2001 Epicenter: Near Bhuj in Gujarat, India Magnitude: 7.9 on the Richter Scale Geologic Setting Indian Plate … Read more

Minimizing water and cement requirements in Concrete

Minimizing water and cement requirements in Concrete Goals of Determining the proper mix To determine the most economical and practical combination of readily available materials. To produce a concrete that will meet requirements under specific conditions of use. The majority of concrete used for agricultural applications is supplied by ready-mix producers. With an understanding of … Read more

Curing of Concrete and General Methods of Curing

Curing the concrete roof slab

Curing of Concrete and General Methods of Curing Concrete that has been specified, batched, mixed, placed, and finished “letter-perfect” can still be a failure if improperly or inadequately cured. Curing is usually the last step in a concrete project and, unfortunately, is often neglected even by professionals. Curing has a major influence on the properties … Read more