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## ClimateAsymmetricFunc

Potential evaporation calculation - asymmetric air temperature and relative humidity.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.19.1 Wilson-Penman Equation for Computing AE (Coupled Solution).

Figures 6.38 - 6.42

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > ClimateAsymmetricFunc.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,USMEP

 Attachments: d3cc8c8146-Fig6.38.png d87ba2b7a4-Fig6.39.png 32a7414101-Fig6.40.png 1e5f5b3162-Fig6.41corrected.png 9b5ac05cd3-Fig6.41original.png 6bf8a33cd0-Fig6.42corrected.png f1fc78fc23-Fig6.42original.png

## ClimateDailyMean

Potential evaporation calculation - Average daily air temperature and relative humidity.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.19.1 Wilson-Penman Equation for Computing AE (Coupled Solution).

Figures 6.38 - 6.42

Note that this model does not represent the "applying daily mean value" series in Figure 6.41 and Figure 6.42 in the first printing of the textbook.

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > ClimateDailyMean.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,USMEP

 Attachments: 6de6329091-Fig6.38.png 99b5e1695f-Fig6.39.png 93bedadc29-Fig6.40.png c6b0213cce-Fig6.41corrected.png 9a3c87b44e-Fig6.41original.png c003964953-Fig6.42corrected.png df7d4affc2-Fig6.42original.png

## ClimateSymmetricFunc

Potential evaporation calculation - Symmetric air temperature and relative humidity.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.19.1 Wilson-Penman Equation for Computing AE (Coupled Solution).

Figures 6.38 - 6.42

Note that this model does not represent the "symmetrical" series in Figure 6.41 and Figure 6.42 in the first printing of the textbook. The original figures represent a symmetrical air temperature with an asymmetrical relative humidity.

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > ClimateSymmetricFunc.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,USMEP

 Attachments: 74b8c3e940-Fig6.38.png 90f95857d3-Fig6.39.png cbdcf2db76-Fig6.40.png 4b67e4efa1-Fig6.41corrected.png 3c1fd0da77-Fig6.41original.png 68aad1d9c1-Fig6.42corrected.png 7f4b5cb95b-Fig6.42original.png

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 10.9 Two-Dimensional Heat Flow Example Involving Chilled Pipeline.

Figures 10.26 - 10.30

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVHEAT,2D,Transient,Arctic design,Freeze / Thaw,Benchmarking,USMEP,Geothermal

 Attachments: 49c213e642-Fig10.26.png 8f2c63cd47-Fig10.27.png 3625365bfb-Fig10.28.png 54a8ced23e-Fig10.29.png 107dcd0fab-Fig10.30.png

## HarlanNixon1978

Solution of Laplacian equation for two dimensional heat flow. Analytical results obtained from Harlan and Nixon (1978).

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 10.10.1 Description of Two-Dimensional Heat Flow Problem.

Figures 10.31 - 10.33

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > HarlanNixon1978.svm

## HeatedStrip

Heated strip extended across permafrost conditions. Extension of 2D heat flow model published by Harlan and Nixon (1978).

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 10.10.2 Placement of Warm Building on Soil.

Figures 10.34 - 10.36

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > HeatedStrip.svm

 Attachments: 6effd52434-Fig10.34.png f8ee168fe3-Fig10.35.png 59367270d6-Fig10.36.png

## Soil_Column_Aldrich

This model is designed to verify the SVHEAT results with the analytical solution proposed by Aldrich (1956), and Li and Koike (2001). Only conductive heat flows are modeled in this example.

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 10.11 Description of Two-Dimensional Heat Flow Problem.

Figures 10.37 - 10.40

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > Soil_Column_Aldrich.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Arctic design,Freeze / Thaw,Benchmarking,USMEP

 Attachments: 0dc1d1503d-Fig10.37.png 072edd9c47-Fig10.38.png ff9e0da70d-Fig10.39.png a8e33488b9-Fig10.40.png

## WilsonEmpircalAE_TH

Verification of SVFlux evaporative model coupled with heat against the evaporation solution present by Ward Wilson in his thesis "Soil Evaporative Fluxes for Geotechnical Engineering Problems"

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.20 Example Calculations of AE.

Figures 6.46 - 6.47

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > WilsonEmpircalAE_TH.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,Waste management,Cover design,Benchmarking,USMEP

 Attachments: c3cd7529ba-Fig6.46.png 714d467602-Fig6.47.png

## WilsonLimiting1997_TH

Verification of SVFlux evaporative model coupled with heat against the evaporation solution present by Ward Wilson in his thesis "Soil Evaporative Fluxes for Geotechnical Engineering Problems"

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.20 Example Calculations of AE.

Figures 6.46 - 6.47

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > WilsonLimiting1997_TH.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,Waste management,Cover design,Benchmarking,USMEP

 Attachments: b4cc7feff6-Fig6.46.png ba25dee575-Fig6.47.png

## WilsonPenman1994_TH

Verification of SVFlux evaporative model coupled with heat against the evaporation solution present by Ward Wilson in his thesis "Soil Evaporative Fluxes for Geotechnical Engineering Problems"

This model is presented in the Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice textbook.

Section 6.3.20 Example Calculations of AE.

Figures 6.46 - 6.47

Model filename: USMEP_Textbook > WilsonPenman1994_TH.svm

Tags: USMEP_Textbook,SVFLUX,SVHEAT,1D Vertical,Transient,1D,Evaporation,Waste management,Cover design,Benchmarking,USMEP

 Attachments: 3e2b709c19-Fig6.46.png a5565414e7-Fig6.47.png

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