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EVALUATION OF THEORETICALLY PREDICTED THERMAL CONDUCTIVITIES OF SOILS UNDER FIELD AND LABORATORY CONDITIONS.
Year:
1977
Authors :
Hadas, Aviva
;
.
Volume :
41
Co-Authors:
Hadas, A.
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From page:
460
To page:
466
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Total pages:
7
)
Abstract:
Laboratory and field experiments were carried out to verify the de Vries model of heat conduction in moist soil. Under steady-state conditions the model was found to predict correctly the thermal conductance of the soil. However, for field soils, it failed as also reported by others in the literature. Possible mechanisms to explain the reasons for its failure are discussed.
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English
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29481
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EVALUATION OF THEORETICALLY PREDICTED THERMAL CONDUCTIVITIES OF SOILS UNDER FIELD AND LABORATORY CONDITIONS.
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Hadas, A.
EVALUATION OF THEORETICALLY PREDICTED THERMAL CONDUCTIVITIES OF SOILS UNDER FIELD AND LABORATORY CONDITIONS.
Laboratory and field experiments were carried out to verify the de Vries model of heat conduction in moist soil. Under steady-state conditions the model was found to predict correctly the thermal conductance of the soil. However, for field soils, it failed as also reported by others in the literature. Possible mechanisms to explain the reasons for its failure are discussed.
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