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Preferential Flow

T. Gish

Preferential Flow

Proceedings of the National Symposium 16-17 December 1991 Chicago, Illinois

by T. Gish

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Published by Amer Society of Agricultural .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages408
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8357467M
    ISBN 100929355237
    ISBN 109780929355238

      Get this from a library! Preferential flow: water movement and chemical transport in the environment: proceedings of the 2nd international symposium, January , , Ala Moana Hotel, Honolulu Hawaii.. [American Society of Agricultural Engineers.;]. Preferential flow and high hydraulic conductivity (>2 × 10 −9 m/s) was observed in eight of the 18 GCL samples collected from both sites. At one site, manganese oxide precipitate was concomitant with bundles of needle-punched fibers that conducted preferential flow.

    Rock fragments in soil strongly increase the complexity of hydrological processes. Spatial variability of preferential flow and infiltration characteristics, especially along a rocky-mountain hillslope are poorly understood. In this study, five rainfall–dye tracer experiments were performed in the rocky Taihang Mountains, northern China, to investigate the spatial variability of preferential. Preferential flow can result in rapid contamination of groundwater resources. This is particularly true in aquifers with connected, high permeability geologic structures and in coastal systems where the oceanic source of contamination is ubiquitous.

    preferential flow View GeoRef Thesaurus > Close mobile search navigation Modify Your Advanced Search. Update search Book Chapter (8) Book heat flow (2) hydrogen D/H.   FIGURE A hopper with a rotary valve should have a spool section above the valve inlet (left); otherwise, preferential flow may occur on one side of the hopper (right) Screw feeders are primarily used to control the discharge of powders from hoppers with slotted outlets. A screw is comprised of a series of flights wound around one or more.


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Preferential Flow: Water Movement and Chemical Transport in the Environment: Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium JanuaryAla Moana Hotel Honolulu, Book and CD-ROM EditionAuthor: Not Available.

The classification of preferential flows based on their phenomenological features as proposed by Kung (2,3) is useful. Taking account of his classification, we classify preferential flows in soils into three types: bypassing flow, fingering flow, and funneled flow.

Figure is a schematic diagram of these flows. () Preferential Flow. In: Gliński J., Horabik J., Lipiec J. (eds) Encyclopedia of Agrophysics.

Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences Series. “Explore [s] a happy state of mind called flow, the feeling of complete engagement in a creative or playful activity” (Time magazine) From the Inside Flap Psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi's famous investigations of optimal experience have revealed that what makes an experience genuinely satisfying is a state of consciousness called by: Preferential flow.

Preferential flow is the transport of water and solutes via macropore-dominated pathways of soils (Bundt et al., ). This transport mechanism of DOC plays a key role in lateral and subsurface movement of carbon (Bundt et al., ). Preferential flow primarily transports young sources of soil carbon through subsurface channels, enhancing soil carbon turnover rates (Bundt et.

In the sandy soils at the LF site, macropore flow via soil fissures was the major type of preferential flow that showed a limited lateral diffusion. In CL, the degree of preferential flow (mainly. 1 Introduction. Preferential flow (also known as nonuniform flow or nonequilibrium flow) refers to the phenomena where fluid, gas, and/or solutes move through preferred pathways in a porous medium, thereby bypassing large portions Preferential Flow book a porous system (Fluhler et al., ; Gerke, ; Lin, ).

Introduction Preferential flow involves the transport of water and solutes via preferred pathways through a porous medium (HELLINGand GISH, ; STEENHUISet al., ). During preferential flow, local wetting fronts may propagate to considerable depths in a soil profile, essentially bypassing the matrix pore space (BEVEN, ).

During field drainage experiments, the authors distinguished between preferential and matrix flows, and pointed out that the relative importance of the two kinds of drainage depends on soil type and rainfall intensity.

Preferential flowrefers to the uneven and often rapid movement of water and solutes through porous media, typically soil, characterized by regions of enhanced flux such that a small fraction of media (such as wormholes.

Preferential flow may be initiated well below soil-water saturation. Figure 2. A surface crack (2 cm wide, 1 m long, 40 cm average depth). Surface channels may act as direct conduits transporting surface-applied chemicals to groundwater, bypassing the soil matrix.

Photograph taken on the Warrnambool campus of Deakin University, Preferential Flow Preferential flow is the uneven movement of water and solutes through a relatively small portion of the soil volume at relatively high flow rates allowing these substances to reach greater depth in shorter time than would be possible in a uniform flow situation.

Multiple factors can trigger preferential flow, and its effects on solute transport can be dramatic. Paper/Book. Controls and Frequency of Preferential Flow Occurrence: A event Analysis. Graham, C., and Lin, H.S.

() Vadose Zone Journal UNIFORM AND PREFERENTIAL FLOW MECHANISMS ; Kirkham and Powers, ). Flows of incompressible Newtonian fluids such as water are. Preferential flow occurred in at least one site during 90% of the events.

While the frequency of preferential flow appeared insensitive to topographic position, the controls on preferential flow initiation varied with landscape position. Helling, C.S., and Gish, T.J. Physical and chemical processes affecting preferential flow, in preferential flow.

Pages 77–86 in T.J. Gish and A. Shirmohammadi, eds. Proceedings of a National Symposium. American Society of. Preferential flow phenomena are difficult to measure.

Often, preferential flow is inferred from unexpectedly early water and chemical breakthrough or from unexpectedly deep water and chemical migration in the vadose zone. Bimodal or multimodal chemical concentration profiles are often interpreted as a result of preferential flow.

Review of Preferential Flow—Stokes Approach to Infiltration and Drainage Peter Germann. Geographica Bernensia University of Bern, Institute of Geography, Bern, Switzerland. ISBN John R. Nimmo This book encompasses Germann’s multidecade pursuit of a more realistic representa.

Preferential flow: proceedings of the national symposium: DecemberChicago, Illinois. Understanding the processes and mechanisms that control preferential flow in soils in relation to the properties of their structures is still challenging since fast flow and transport occur in a small fraction of the porosity, that is, the functional macropore network, making it difficult to image and characterize these processes at decimeter scales.

Peter German first raised the issue of how preferential flow in soils due to preferential flow in a famous paper with Keith Beven inMacropores flow in soils.A benchmark paper from which uncountable studies followed. Now retired, he wrote a book entitled "Preferential flow: Stokes approach to.

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.Individual hydrographs of both matrix and preferential flow were constructed. Preferential flow was found to contribute less than 2% of the total drain outflow but, nonetheless, transported on a mass basis: 24% and 12% of the bromide and 20% and 9% of the nitrate reaching the drain, respectively, during two sprinkler irrigations.The book is written by one of the leading authorities on macropore flow and kinematic wave treatment of unsaturated flow.

This page treatise is a masterpiece on preferential flow, with particular reference to .