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Analytical and digital solutions for pumped aquifers.

Yiu Keung Chan

Analytical and digital solutions for pumped aquifers.

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

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Thesis (M.Sc.)-Univ. of Birmingham, Dept. of Civil Engineering.

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Review of analytical models to stream depletion induced by pumping: Guide to model selection () reviewed analytical solutions of SDR and provided a useful tool for analyzing groundwater resources, and source/sink terms for pumped confined, unconfined and leaky aquifers near a stream.

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Analytical solution of tidal ground water flow in coastal two-aquifer system [5,6] but to somewhat different setup of coastal aquifers and derived several analytical solutions for hydraulic.

Extracting ground water from pumping wells located adjacent to streams can reduce streamflow, a result that is known as alluvial well depletion. Primary factors influencing stream-aquifer interaction during alluvial well depletion are the hydrologic properties of the aquifer, the degree of penetration of the stream into the aquifer, and a potential streambed layer with a hydraulic conductivity Author: G.

Fox, D. Heeren, M. Kizer. Chapter 8: Groundwater Resource Evaluation. If all the aquifers are pumped at a rate equal to their aquifer yield, it is likely that the basin yield will be exceeded. ()] but with a more complicated well function. In fact, Hantush and Jacob developed two analytical solutions, one valid only for small t and one valid only for large.

The characterization of subsurface flow in unconfined aquifers is a challenging task, given the difficulty of identifying the precise groundwater table (free-surface) positions (Castro-Orgaz and Giráldez, ).

Analytical solutions can be obtained only when simplifying Cited by: 6. If the leaky fault cuts through two aquifers, characterization of the fault can be achieved by pumping water from one of the aquifers, which are assumed to be horizontal and of uniform thickness.

Analytical solutions have been developed for two cases of either a negligibly small or a significantly large drawdown in the unpumped aquifer. This project develops a theory for thermal energy storage systems in confined aquifers which can be utilized at over C ( F).

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Jul 13,  · A method to estimate groundwater depletion from confining layers. Konikow. E-mail address: The equations describing transient leakage of water out of low‐permeability confining layers and analytical solutions for them, especially for flow to a single pumped well, have been well documented in the literature [e.g., Cited by: Jan 15,  · The Paperback of the Hydraulics of Groundwater by Jacob Bear at Barnes & Noble.

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However, groundwater depletion of phreatic aquifers under humid to semi-humid conditions also depends on groundwater-surface water by: 2.

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Nov 23,  · A slug test also does not require disposal of large quantities of water. However, recognize that a slug test’s shorter time frame and limited stress on the system provides a measurement of hydraulic conductivity on a smaller scale than a pumping test.

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