Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Bowen Ratio Method and PAN Evaporation Explained

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 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 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

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 »