2010%20BRAE%20236%20HW13

2010%20BRAE%20236%20HW13 - C) 4.0 in/ft D) 4.5 in/ft d. FC...

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BRAE 236 HW13 What are the typical water-air-solid proportions of a loam soil: a) at field capacity? A) 50% air, 50% water, 50% solids B) 25% air, 25% water, 75% solids C) 25% air, 25% water, 50% solids D) 15% air, 25% water, 60% solids b) when this same soil is saturated? A) 0% air, 50% water, 50% solids B) 25% air, 25% water, 75% solids C) 25% air, 25% water, 50% solids D) 15% air, 25% water, 60% solids c) FC is 25% by volume. What is FC in inches per foot? A) 3.0 in/ft B) 3.5 in/ft
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Unformatted text preview: C) 4.0 in/ft D) 4.5 in/ft d. FC is 38%. What is FC in inches per foot? A) 5.24 in/ft B) 4.56 in/ft C) 3.84 in/ft D) 3.16 in/ft e. PWP is 1.85 inches per foot. What if PWP in %? A) 28.3 % B) 25.8 % C) 20.1 % D) 15.4 % f. Clay soil, FC = 48%, PWP = 28% moisture by volume. What is AWHC (in/ft)? A) 5.24 in/ft B) 4.56 in/ft C) 3.84 in/ft D) 2.40 in/ft g. Clay loam soil, PWP = 1.6 in/ft, AW =1.6 in/ft. What is FC (%) A) 28.3 % B) 26.7 % C) 20.1 % D) 15.4 %...
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