evaporation and condensation

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  • Evaporation and condensation, woods and glaciers, have all been brought into play. Cited from Canada and the Canadians, Vol. I, by Sir Richard Henry Bonnycastle
  • However, it does not take into account other variables that might be important for establishing surface water balance, such as evaporation and condensation.
  • Anaximenes held that by its evaporation and condensation, air can change into other elements or substances such as fire, wind, clouds, water, and earth.
  • At equilibrium, evaporation and condensation processes exactly balance and there is no net change in the volume of either phase.
  • An example would be a solar still which traps the Sun's energy to obtain freshwater through the process of evaporation and condensation.
  • Heavier isotopes favor the less energetic liquid phase of water during evaporation and condensation.
  • Firstly, the system's efficiency is governed by preferably high heat and mass transfer during evaporation and condensation.
  • The main reason for the effectiveness of heat pipes is the evaporation and condensation of the working fluid.
  • Zeotropic mixtures have the disadvantage that their composition changes during the repeated evaporation and condensation processes.
  • The absolute barren condition of this whole coast is also indirectly due to this current, the temperature of the sea being so much below that of the land that evaporation and condensation do not take place. Cited from Ranching, Sport and Travel, by Thomas Carson
  • The Mason equation explains the growth of a water droplet based on the effects of heat transport on evaporation and condensation.
  • An alternative is the Seawater Greenhouse which desalinates water through evaporation and condensation using solar energy as the only energy input.
  • Heat can still be transferred in this system by the evaporation and condensation of vapor; however, the system is properly classified as a heat pipe thermosyphon.
  • The storms are a result of moist convection in the atmosphere connected to the evaporation and condensation of water.
  • The Seawater greenhouse uses natural evaporation and condensation processes inside a greenhouse powered by solar energy to grow crops in arid coastal land.
  • Mass movements that occur during sintering consist of the reduction of total porosity by repacking, followed by material transport due to evaporation and condensation from diffusion.
  • In the ideal cycle described by the engine's theoretical model, the expansion is isentropic and the evaporation and condensation processes are isobaric.
  • Water is neglected because addition and removal of water are common processing steps, and also happen naturally through evaporation and condensation; it is frequently useful to express compositions on a dry basis to remove these effects.
  • The winds in a tropical cyclone are the result of evaporation and condensation of moisture which results in updrafts.
  • An optimized design comprises separated evaporation and condensation sections.
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