Computation of Dissolved Gas in Water as Functions of Temperature Salinity and Pressure-250x250

Computation of Dissolved Gas in Water as Functions of Temperature Salinity and Pressure

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Product Description

J. Colt

154 pages

Published by American Fisheries Society, 1984; reprinted 2002

Special Publication 14

A handbook of equations and data for aquaculturists, physiologists, power plant operators, river managers, and anyone concerned with gas concentrations and supersaturation.

Table of Contents

Part 1 – Solubility of Gases in Fresh Water Computation of the Air-Solubility Value, C*, in mg/L Computation of the Air-Solubility Value, C*, in mL/L Computation of Bunsen Coefficients Computation of Gas Tension, mm Hg Computation of Gas Solubility as a Function of Barometric Pressure Computation of Gas Solubility as a Function of Elevation Computation of Gas Solubility as a Function of Water Depth

Part 2 – Solubility of Gases in Brackish and Marine Waters

Part 3 – Supersaturation of Gases Effect of Heating Water Effect of Mixing Waters of Different Temperature Bubble Entrainment Computation and Reporting of Gas Supersaturation Computation of Standard Gas Supersaturation Parameters from Concentration Units Conversion of Older Reported Data Effect of Depth

References

Appendices