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The study of heat budget and heat fluxes in northeast Oman sea(Chabahar Bay)

Heat budget is one of the most important factors in physical study of seas and oceans. Due to its effect on
environmental factors and leveling marine structures as well as sea water level, study of this subject has a great importance. Conducting research on various analogs including the sunshine angle, cloudiness of the sky, albedo of water surface, special humidity, atmosphere structure, short-wave sunshine, net sunshine with long-wave, sensible heat transfer, evaporation heat transfer, heat transfer by oceanic streams and raining, wind speed, and local dimensionless (sensible and latent heat flux coefficient),calculated heat budget flux in the Bay the basis of data Iranian meteorological organization and the most recent formulation . The results show that in the year of 2005 in Chabahar Bay, the short-wave radiation flux has been (+227.56 w/m2), net long-wave flux (-59.91 w/m2), insensible evaporation heat flux (-112.16 w/m2) and sensible heat flux (-8.00 w/m2). Considering the above mentioned parameters, heat budget flux in this Bay is equals to (+47.49 w/m2) . In order to achieve heat balance it is required that such heat flux exit from the Bay by water exchange between Oman Sea and Chabahar Bay and raining.

Author(s): H. Mehrfar and Z. Mohamadi Pasand

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