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Does an idle pool or a pool with a pump running evaporate quicker?

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2005-10-19 23:38:35
2005-10-19 23:38:35

A boiling pot of water will boil faster if you stir it. I would expect it creates more surface area for heat exchange to occur, resulting evaporation. A pool should act the same.

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