Heat storage induced by salinity stratification in tropical saline aquaculture ponds

Akinori Ozaki, Panitan Kaewjantawee, Monton Anongponyoskul, Nguyen Van Thinh, Masaru Matsumoto, Masayoshi Harada, Kunihiko Hamagami, Takashi Okayasu

研究成果: 会議への寄与タイプ論文

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In saline aquaculture ponds in the tropics, intermittent rainfall during the rainy season can cause salinity stratification, and strong solar radiation can cause thermal stratification. The combination of these factors may result in thermohaline convection in the ponds. Thermohaline convection in a closed saline water body can in turn induce heat storage in these ponds. Heat storage in saline aquaculture ponds strongly influences the water environment and consequently affects the quality and yield of aquaculture products from these ponds. We investigated how heat storage in experimental saline aquaculture ponds was influenced by the variation in the weather and water properties during the rainy season. If the pond stratifies into three layers with a salinity gradient in the middle layer, heat storage can occur. The salinity gradient prevents heat from escaping from the lower layer by effectively insulating it from nighttime radiative cooling. When the salinity gradient is perturbed by rainfall, solar radiation, or wind, the heat stored in the pond can begin to dissipate. We explain how the stratification stability and the heat balance in the ponds account for the occurrence of heat storage in the ponds.

元の言語英語
DOI
出版物ステータス出版済み - 1 1 2019
イベント2019 ASABE Annual International Meeting - Boston, 米国
継続期間: 7 7 20197 10 2019

会議

会議2019 ASABE Annual International Meeting
米国
Boston
期間7/7/197/10/19

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All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Agronomy and Crop Science
  • Bioengineering

これを引用

Ozaki, A., Kaewjantawee, P., Anongponyoskul, M., Van Thinh, N., Matsumoto, M., Harada, M., ... Okayasu, T. (2019). Heat storage induced by salinity stratification in tropical saline aquaculture ponds. 論文発表場所 2019 ASABE Annual International Meeting, Boston, 米国. https://doi.org/10.13031/aim.201901005