E10_CEE_B_Lec03 - How Fast Does Water Moves 12,900 km3 Atmosphere 449,000 km3/yr 416,000 km3/yr 1,338,000,000 km3 Ocean 191,110 km3 Land 72,000

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How Fast Does Water Moves? 1,338,000,000 km 3 Ocean 191,110 km 3 Land 12,900 km 3 Atmosphere 449,000 km 3 /yr 416,000 km 3 /yr 105,000 km 3 /yr 72,000 km 3 /yr 33,000 km 3 /yr
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How Fast Does Water Moves? 12,900 km 3 Atmosphere 449,000 km 3 /yr 416,000 km 3 /yr 105,000 km 3 /yr 72,000 km 3 /yr
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How Fast Does Water Moves? 12,900 km 3 Atmosphere 449,000 km 3 /yr 416,000 km 3 /yr 105,000 km 3 /yr 72,000 km 3 /yr 521,000 km 3 /yr 521,000 km 3 /yr Residence Time: Atmosphere d yr km Q V ATM ATM 0 . 9 025 . 0 000 , 521 900 , 12 1 3 3
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Malin Falkenmark, Stockholm Water Institute How Much Water, Really. ..?
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Water in California S D
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water wastewater
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Fundamentals • mass balance • force balance • kinetics
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Balance of Forces http://www.toddvanderlin.com/blog/
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Units • pound-force lbf – kip = 1000 lbf • newton N – 1 lbf = 4.448 N – 1 N = 1 kg . m . s -2 • force = mass . acceleration
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More Forces http://www.bergoiata.org/fe/plage/10.htm
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More Forces http://www.bergoiata.org/fe/plage/10.htm
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Viaduc de Millau, 2004
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Fred Bremner, Quetta/Karachi, 1889 Chapper Rift, Baluchistan 1889
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Distributed Forces http://orovillerelicensing.water.ca.gov/project.html F g h A F p A g h F A h
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2010 for the course ENGIN 10 taught by Professor Johnson during the Fall '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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E10_CEE_B_Lec03 - How Fast Does Water Moves 12,900 km3 Atmosphere 449,000 km3/yr 416,000 km3/yr 1,338,000,000 km3 Ocean 191,110 km3 Land 72,000

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