The influence of sun rays, wind speed, and different type of subsoil on the evaporation process was analyzed. A dedicated experimental set-up for investigation of evaporation process of three liquids (ethanol, petrol and tap water) deposited on glass and sand was created. Results indicated that for porous surfaces wind decreased the amount of evaporated liquids. After substitution of wind with sun rays for porous surface evaporation process increased for ethanol and petrol, respectively. Finally, the influence of both wind and sun rays indicated a 1% and 5% decrease of evaporation intensity for tap water and petrol, respectively. While, a 2% increase of evaporated liquid was observed for ethanol. It was noticed that application of porous surface caused the highest improvement of evaporation process for petrol and tap water, while the lowest for ethanol. Moreover, application of wind together with porous surface increased the intensity of evaporation for all analyzed liquids.
6 lis 2023
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Salamonowicz, Zdzislaw Majder-Lopatka, Malgorzata Dmochowska, Anna Piechota-Polanczyk, Aleksandra Polanczyk, Andrzej
Dmochowska, Anna Majder-Lopatka, Malgorzata Salamonowicz, Zdzislaw Piechota-Polanczyk, Aleksandra Polanczyk, Andrzej