The Effect of Wind Velocity on the Cooling Rate of Water
- Publisher: StudentScientists.org
International Scholastic Journal of Science
(issn: 2408-1884, eissn: 2408-1884)
cooling rate | Science (General) | Q1-390 | wind velocity | evaporation
arxiv: Physics::Atmospheric and Oceanic Physics
The effect of wind velocity on the cooling rate of water was investigated by blowing air horizontally over the surface of water contained in a plastic water-bottle cap. The time taken for the temperature to fall to the average of the surrounding and initial temperatures was recorded at different values of wind velocity. It was observed that on increasing the wind velocity, the time taken to achieve average temperature not only decreased but also remained the same after a certain point.