Abstractions From Precipitation - 2


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QUESTION: 1

The ISI standard pan evaporimeter

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The pan coefficient for US class A pan is 0.7 while it is 0.8 for ISI standard Pan.

QUESTION: 2

A 6-h storm had 6 cm of rainfall and the resulting runoff was 3 cm. If the φ-index remains at the same value the runoff due to 12 cm of rainfall in 9 h in the catchment is

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QUESTION: 3

Under identical conditions evaporation from sea water is

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QUESTION: 4

The highest value of annual evapotranspiration in India is at Rajkot, Gujarat. Here the annual PET is about

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QUESTION: 5

In estimating the maximum floods for design purposes, in the absence of any other data, the φ-index is usually assumed as

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QUESTION: 6

Lysimeter is used to measure

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QUESTION: 7

Penman’s equation is based on

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QUESTION: 8

Consider the following chemical emulsions:
1. Methyl alcohol
2. Cetyl alcohol
3. Stearyl alcohol
4. Kerosene

Which of the above chemical emuisions is/are used to minimize the loss of water through the process of evaporation?

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Certain chemicals such as cetyl alcohol (hexadecanol) and stearyl alcohol (octadecanol) form monomoiecular layers on a water surface. These layers, act as evaporation inhibitors by preventing .the water molecules to escape past them.

QUESTION: 9

The value of W index as compared to φ-index is

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QUESTION: 10

The annual potential evapotranspiration for a major part of our country lies in the range of

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