Review process of water movement in soil in the sprinkler irrigation system using a simulation model HYDRUS-1D

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LV-2012
Written by Amirpouya SARRAF, Saeed SAFARI DOLATABADI, Morteza SALEHPOOR

In the present study, how water moves in soils in the sprinkler irrigation system has been considered. According to preliminary soil and water information, soil physical and experimental parameters, cumulative amounts of input flow in upstream, Cumulative amounts absorbed by the roots and values of the cumulative output flow in downstream, have been estimated. Suction changes, moisture, hydraulic conductivity and flow depth at different times during the simulation have been determined by HYDRUS-1D Software. At the end, the soil moisture characteristics curve and Suction relationship with hydraulic conductivity was also determined.

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Sarraf A., Safari Dolatabadi S., Salehpoor M., 2012 Review process of water movement in soil in the sprinkler irrigation system using a simulation model HYDRUS-1D. Scientific Papers. Series A. Agronomy, Vol. LV, ISSN-L 2285–5785, 102-106.

 


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