Determination of thermophysical properties of alluvial carbonate soils (Chumra region, Central Anatolia, Turkey) in field and laboratory column experimentsстатья Электронная публикация

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[1] Determination of thermophysical properties of alluvial carbonate soils (chumra region, central anatolia, turkey) in field and laboratory column experiments / F. D. Mikailsoy, E. V. Shein, A. S. Erol et al. // Фундаментальные концепции физики почв: развитие, современные приложения и перспективы. Сборник научных трудов Международной научной конференции, посвященной 90-летию со дня рождения Анатолия Даниловича Воронина. — ISBN 978-5-7913-1108-5. – https://doi.org/10.31453/kdu.ru.91304.0065. – URL: https://bookonlime.ru/node/4660. — Москва, 2019. — P. 78–86. This study was conducted to: 1) evaluate performance of four different modeling approaches to predict soil temperature on a soil profile and undisturbed soil column of the same soil and 2) to compare results from soil column and soil profile to decide representative ness of column studies filed conditions. Soil temperature was measured with water-proof portable thermal Sensors on both of soil profile in the field and soil column. Soil heat diffusivity was predicted by four different methods. All four methods performed well in predicting soil temperature in soil profile and soil column, except at 0.3 m depth of soil profile. The measured temperature values were similar in soil column and profile across 0.05, 0.10, and 0.20 m depths, but 0.30 cm, and this was attributed to differences between the conditions at 30 cm depth (lower end) of the soil column and soil profile. The lower end of the column could not represent the conditions at 30 cm depth of the soil profile, while the column was sealed adequately against atmosphere, revealing that column experiment of soil thermal properties may not represent the field conditions even with well-prepared experimental setups. [ DOI ]

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