The Effect Of Magnetic Field On The Performance Of Irrigation Emitters When Using different concentrations of saline water
AL-Rafdain Engineering Journal (AREJ),
2014, Volume 22, Issue 3, Pages 121-135
Many modern researches indicate the effects on water when it is exposed to magnetic fields that effect some waters chemicals and physical properties.
Paper Included a number of experiments during the winter when the water temperatures of 7 to 16 degrees Celsius and the end of the spring season when water temperatures from 26 to 39 to study the effect of the use of several intensities of magnetic field (water liquefaction (0), 500, 1000, 2000.4000 ) Kaus to drain the water out of the rasters using saline irrigation water in several levels of salinity which (tap water (250), 500, 1500, 4000) (mg / l).
The results showed that there is an overlap between the effect of temperature and workmanship changes prevented without knowing the exact impact of the intensity of the magnetic field and nevertheless note that the discharge of drippers improved to the increasing of the intensity of the magnetic field and temperature change has a direct impact on the outside of the discharge emitters.
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