ISSN 0021-8944, Journal of Applied Mechanics and Technical Physics, 2018, Vol. 59, No. 1, pp. 186–187. c Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2018. Original Russian Text c M. Orvo¨s,V.Szab´o, and T. Po´os. COMMENTS TO: “RATE OF EVAPORATION FROM THE FREE SURFACE AT HEATED LIQUID” [Journal of Applied Mechanics and Technical Physics 57 (6), 1108–1117 (2016)] M. Orvos, ¨ V. Szab´o, and T. Po´os DOI: 10.1134/S0021894418010248 This corrigendum serves the purpose of resolving any misunderstandings and shortcomings regarding the above-mentioned paper. The term “free water surface” used in the paper may be a subject of misunderstanding. The authors believe that the ratio of evaporation rates and the gas ﬂow in the case of a “free water surface” is large enough that the state of the gas hardly changes during evaporation. This means that the gas ﬂow parameters used to describe the air entering and leaving the pool are nearly constant (relative humidity of air, absolute humidity of air, temperature, and air velocity: ϕ , Y , T , v ≈ const). G G G G Sartori disagrees and says that this is a very particular deﬁnition of a free water surface, which is not found elsewhere. He considers that the
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