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Evaluation of infiltration models for mineral soils with different land uses in the tropics

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Ocena modeli infiltracji opracowanych dla gleb mineralnych o różnym typie użytkowania w tropikach
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The aims of this study were to evaluate five infiltration models for mineral soils in the tropics with different land use types, such as settlements, plantations, rice fields, and forests. The infiltration models evaluated were Green–Ampt, Kostiakov, Kostiakov–Lewis, Philip, and Horton. The research was conducted at the Amprong watershed, Malang, Indonesia. The infiltration rate of the thirteen soil samples was analysed. The infiltration was tested using Turf-Tech infiltrometer. Moreover, each soil sample was tested in terms of the bulk density, specific gravity, porosity, soil moisture, and soil texture. The results of the study indicate that there is no significant difference (α = 5%) in the infiltration rate among the five models of infiltration. The infiltration rate in the study site was considered fast. Three models exhibiting the best performance are Kostiakov, Kostiakov–Lewis, and Horton model, respectively. The highest infiltration rate occurred in the forest land use while the lowest occurred in the rice field land use. The results of this study suggest that the infiltration model parameters correlate closely with the initial infiltration rate (fo) and the final infiltration rate (fc). In other words there is a correlation between the soil's ability to absorb water (representing the capillary force or horizontal flow) at the beginning of the infiltration (fo) and the gravity or the vertical flow upon reaching the final infiltration rate (fc).
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Celem badań prezentowanych w niniejszej pracy była ocena pięciu modeli infiltracji opracowanych dla gleb mineralnych o różnym typie użytkowania w tropikach, takich jak: obszary zabudowane, plantacje, pola ryżowe i lasy. Oceniano modele Greena–Ampta, Kostiakova, Kostiakova–Lewisa, Philipa i Hortona. Badania prowadzono w zlewni Amprong, Malang w Indonezji. Analizowano tempo infiltracji w trzynastu próbkach glebowych z użyciem infiltrometru Turf-Tech. Ponadto w każdej próbce gleby analizowano gęstość objętościową, ciężar właściwy, porowatość, wilgotność gleby i skład granulometryczny. Wyniki badań dowiodły, że nie ma istotnej różnicy w tempie infiltracji (α = 5%) obliczonej za pomocą wymienionych pięciu modeli. Uznano, że tempo infiltracji było duże. Trzy modele, kolejno: Kostiakova, Kostiakova–Lewisa i Hortona okazały się najbardziej odpowiednie. Największe tempo infiltracji stwierdzono w glebach leśnych, a najmniejsze w glebach pod polami ryżowymi. Wyniki badań sugerują, że parametry modelu infiltracji są ściśle skorelowane z początkowym (fo) i końcowym (fc) tempem infiltracji. Innymi słowy, istnieje korelacja między zdolnością gleby do absorbowania wody (reprezentowana przez siły kapilarne i przepływ poziomy) na początku infiltracji (fo) oraz siłą ciążenia i przepływem pionowym po osiągnięciu końcowego tempa infiltracji (fc).
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Twórcy
  • State University of Malang, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, Malang, East Java Province, Indonesia, nugrohosuryoputro@gmail.com
autor
  • University of Brawijaya, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Water Resources, Jl. Mt Haryono No 167, 65141 Malang, East Java Province, Indonesia, suhardjonosisno@yahoo.co.id
autor
  • University of Brawijaya, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Water Resources, Jl. Mt Haryono No 167, 65141 Malang, East Java Province, Indonesia, widandi@ub.ac.id
  • University of Brawijaya, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Water Resources, Jl. Mt Haryono No 167, 65141 Malang, East Java Province, Indonesia, erysuhartanto@yahoo.com
  • University of Brawijaya, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Water Resources, Jl. Mt Haryono No 167, 65141 Malang, East Java Province, Indonesia, lilymont2001@gmail.com
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