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Diurnal energy-partitioning and transpiration modelling in an insect-proof screenhouse with a tomato crop
Year:
2017
Source of publication :
Biosystems Engineering
Authors :
טייטל, מאיר
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Volume :
160
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From page:
170
To page:
178
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Total pages:
9
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Abstract:

An experiment was conducted to measure diurnal energy partitioning and evaluate use of the Penman–Monteith equation to estimate diurnal crop transpiration in an insect-proof screenhouse. The experiment was conducted in a flat-roof house, 4 m in height with a floor area of 745 m2, which was ventilated only through a screened roof. Measurements included global solar radiation, air temperature and humidity outside and inside the screenhouse. Net radiation, soil heat flux, transpiration and air velocity were measured inside the house and wind speed and direction were measured outside. Results showed variation in transmittance of global solar radiation through the screen in the roof throughout the day. At noon, global and net radiation inside the house were about 0.68–0.73 and 0.44–0.45 of the outside global radiation, respectively. Above the canopy, the ratio of net radiation to global radiation varied throughout the day as well. Latent heat flux due to transpiration was about 0.7–0.8 of net radiation most of the day, and the proportion increased in the late afternoon to about 1.4. Sensible heat flux was about 0.06–0.25 of external global radiation until early afternoon and became negative in the late afternoon. Soil heat flux was less than 3% of the external global radiation. The Penman–Monteith equation predicted daily transpiration within 4–6%. A net cooling effect of the screenhouse air was defined and it is shown that the difference between internal and external air temperature correlated well with that cooling effect.

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latent heat flux
Net radiation
sensible heat flux
Solar radiation
Transpiration modeling
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DOI :
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biosystemseng.2017.05.008
Article number:
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גוגל סקולר
Publication Type:
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Language:
אנגלית
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Diurnal energy-partitioning and transpiration modelling in an insect-proof screenhouse with a tomato crop
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Diurnal energy-partitioning and transpiration modelling in an insect-proof screenhouse with a tomato crop

An experiment was conducted to measure diurnal energy partitioning and evaluate use of the Penman–Monteith equation to estimate diurnal crop transpiration in an insect-proof screenhouse. The experiment was conducted in a flat-roof house, 4 m in height with a floor area of 745 m2, which was ventilated only through a screened roof. Measurements included global solar radiation, air temperature and humidity outside and inside the screenhouse. Net radiation, soil heat flux, transpiration and air velocity were measured inside the house and wind speed and direction were measured outside. Results showed variation in transmittance of global solar radiation through the screen in the roof throughout the day. At noon, global and net radiation inside the house were about 0.68–0.73 and 0.44–0.45 of the outside global radiation, respectively. Above the canopy, the ratio of net radiation to global radiation varied throughout the day as well. Latent heat flux due to transpiration was about 0.7–0.8 of net radiation most of the day, and the proportion increased in the late afternoon to about 1.4. Sensible heat flux was about 0.06–0.25 of external global radiation until early afternoon and became negative in the late afternoon. Soil heat flux was less than 3% of the external global radiation. The Penman–Monteith equation predicted daily transpiration within 4–6%. A net cooling effect of the screenhouse air was defined and it is shown that the difference between internal and external air temperature correlated well with that cooling effect.

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