Snow Heat Storage Change Equations Formulas Calculator

Weather Meteorology Precipitation

Solve for air convection.

Inputs:

 heat storage change (ΔH) joulebritish thermal unitcalorieelectronvoltergfoot-poundnewton-metertherm
 short wave solar radiation (HS) joulebritish thermal unitcalorieelectronvoltergfoot-poundnewton-metertherm
 long wave radiation exchange (HL) joulebritish thermal unitcalorieelectronvoltergfoot-poundnewton-metertherm
 condensation or sublimation (HCS) joulebritish thermal unitcalorieelectronvoltergfoot-poundnewton-metertherm
 ground conduction (HG) joulebritish thermal unitcalorieelectronvoltergfoot-poundnewton-metertherm
 precipitation advection (HP) joulebritish thermal unitcalorieelectronvoltergfoot-poundnewton-metertherm

Conversions:

 heat storage change (ΔH)= 0 = 0calorie
 short wave solar radiation (HS)= 0 = 0calorie
 long wave radiation exchange (HL)= 0 = 0calorie
 condensation or sublimation (HCS)= 0 = 0calorie
 ground conduction (HG)= 0 = 0calorie
 precipitation advection (HP)= 0 = 0calorie

Solution:

 air convection (HC)= NOT CALCULATED

Other Units:

Change Equation
Select to solve for a different unknown
depth of snow melt
 melt depth snowpack density snow pack depth melt density

heat capacity
 heat capacity snowpack density snowpack specific heat snowpack temperature snowpack depth

heat content
 heat content latent heat of fusion liquid water density cold snowpack water depth equivalent

heat storage change
 heat storage change short wave solar radiation long wave radiation exchange air convection condensation or sublimation ground conduction precipitation advection

References - Books:
Martin Wanielista, Robert Kersten and Ron Eaglin. 1997. Hydrology Water Quantity and Quality Control. John Wiley & Sons. 2nd ed.

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