Infiltration rate

Infiltration rate

The quantity of water that can enter the soil in a specified time interval.
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(1985) who reported that application of dairy manure to cropland increased the infiltration rate.
KEY WORDS: air change rate, air conditioning, infiltration rate, outdoor-to-indoor transport, ozone-derived products, total exposure.
The continuous ventilation rate is set by the air flows specified in Standard 62.2, including both mechanical ventilation and an assumed steady natural infiltration rate. These ratios are then compared to ratios of acute to chronic pollutant concentrations from various health standards.
The system should be selected after a complete evaluation of planning considerations such as crop requirement for irrigation schedules, soil types, available water, infiltration rate, climate, precipitation, wind velocity and evaporation, water quality, water supply conditions, discharge, pressure and roper time, landscape topography and shape of the field, existing irrigation network and labor and economic factors.
A falling head infiltration test was conducted, and the documented infiltration rate was 99 feet per hour in a layer of well-graded gravelly sand at a depth of 9 to 10-feet below the existing ground surface at the location of the proposed infiltration facility.
They cover conservation; vegetative production; the benefits of multi-paddock grazing; the effects of long-term livestock removal on the water infiltration rate in arid grasslands; floods and the deterioration of grasslands; introducing species; vegetation ecology; nitrous oxide in soil and effects on climate change; and studies of grasslands in Argentina, Brazil, Spain, the Southern Kuril Islands, and the Czech Republic.
In addition to other irrigation conservation measures, conservation tillage systems can save water by increasing the infiltration rate and water holding capacity, providing good stewardship of both soil and water resources.
Using a single ring infiltrometer, the effect of groundwater in the infiltration rate was observed.
When the time interval required to fill each bottle with runoff became constant (i.e., constant infiltration rate), the simulation was terminated.
They observed that after treatment, the aggregate size decreases and the infiltration rate of SBR into TESPT (bis-triethoxysilyl-propyl-tetrasulfane) treated filler is slower than for untreated filler.
The depth of the stone recharge bed is determined by the soil infiltration rate and by the total impervious area drained to the bed, which may include rooftops and adjacent impervious roadways.