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Effects of windbreak structure on wind flow


, : Effects of windbreak structure on wind flow. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 22-23: 41-69

A review of the literature, discussing the effects on air flow of: windbreak shape, length and porosity; angle and stability of approach flow; and combination with other windbreaks.

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Hayakawa, S.; Motoda, Y., 1985: Studies on the wind in the windward and leeward of windbreak structure. (1) Characteristics of the horizontal flow patterns obtained from the simulation of idealized horizontal windbreak structure. A theoretical analysis of air flow near a windbreak was carried out using a computer program. Shelter density and Reynolds number were examined in detail.

Maki, T., 1985: Studies on the windbreak nets. (8) Effects on the micrometeorological modification and wind erosion prevention by a windbreak net at the bare ground field in winter and spring. The effect of wind speed, relativity humidity, air temp., surface soil temp. and soil temp. to 4 cm depth on wind erosion of soil around a 2 m high net was studied.

Yu, Fc, 1986: Effects of wind drag in coastal windbreaks. III. An investigation on the characteristics of air flow above the canopy of windbreak. Journal of agriculture and forestry 34(2-1): 89-101

Banzhaf, J.; Leihner, D.E.; Buerkert, A.; Serafini, P.G., 1992: Soil tillage and windbreak effects on millet and cowpea: I. Wind speed, evaporation, and wind erosion. Deforestration, overgrazing, and declining soil regeneration periods have resulted in increased wind erosion problems in dry areas of the West African Sahel, but little is known about the bio-physical factors involved. This research was conducted...

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Fougerouze, J., 1968: Windbreak effects in a tropical trade-wind climate. Windbreaks in Guadeloupe reduced potential evapotranspiration and increased air temperature, improving crop yields and water economy. Their effective range was less (10-12 times their height) than in temperate climates. Some problems associated wi...

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