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Cyprus Pump Test
Aquifer Study Area
Yeşilkoy Aquifer Area Recharge Area Discharge Area Water Levels in Local Wells m drop 5 m drop
Yesilkoy Geology Calcarenite in the Yeşilkoy aquifer Hydraulic Conductivity of Calcarenite
Yesilkoy Aquifer Initial Conceptual Model (Unconfined aquifer)
Yesilkoy Pump Test
Pump Test Results Hand measured Drawdown and Recovery for YK-109 Transducer measured Data for Drawdown and Recovery of YK-109
Pump Test Analysis YK-109 Drawdown Analysis using Theis Method in AquiferTest
Match Point 1/u = 10, W(u) = 1.0 t = 150 min, s = 11 cm
Theis Method Example Match Point 1/u = 10, W(u) = 1.0 t = 150 min, s = 11 cm Q = m3/min
Yeşilköy Aquifer Updated Conceptual Model (Leaky confined aquifer)
By Tripp Winters. Residual Drawdown The rise in the water level as pumping stops. Expressed as the original water level before the start of pumping and.
Flow to Wells - 1 Groundwater Hydraulics Daene C. McKinney.
Flow to Wells - 2 Groundwater Hydraulics Daene C. McKinney.
ESS 454 Hydrogeology Module 4 Flow to Wells Preliminaries, Radial Flow and Well Function Non-dimensional Variables, Theis “Type” curve, and Cooper-Jacob.
Test Rules Answer all questions. Please answer on separate sheets of paper. Reference material. You may refer to one 8.5 x 11 inch page of notes, hand.
Multi-Layered Aquifer Systems Chapter Nine Analysis and Evaluation of Pumping Test Data Revised Second Edition.
Groundwater Flow to Wells. I. Overview A. Water well uses 1. Extraction 2. Injection.
Groundwater Flow Equations Groundwater Hydraulics Daene C. McKinney.
Boundaries and Superposition Groundwater Hydraulics Daene C. McKinney.
Radial Flow to an Unconfined Aquifer From Mays, 2011, Ground and Surface Water Hydrology.
Aquifer Storage Properties CVEG 5243 Ground Water Hydrology T. Soerens.
Aquifer Tests in Unconfined Aquifers Lauren Cameron Spring 2014.
Watershed Hydrology, a Hawaiian Prospective; Groundwater Ali Fares, PhD Evaluation of Natural Resource Management, NREM 600 UHM-CTAHR-NREM.
Chapter 4- Leaky Aquifers Analysis and Evaluation of Pumping Test Data, Revised Second Edition.
Chapter 6: Bounded Aquifers Stephanie Fulton January 24, 2014.
Chapter 14: Well-Performance Tests Analysis and Evaluation of Pumping Test Data Revised Second Edition Kruseman & de Ridder.
Groundwater Pollution Remediation NOTE 5 Aquifer Evaluation & Pumping Test Methods.
Hydrogeology Dave Watkins BSc 3 AG, EGG, EST, CZEM MSc Geotechnical Engineering.
+ Review Session 2 Flow to Wells. + Know at least a few of these Basic Assumptions (3-5) Aquifer bounded on the bottom Horizontal Geologic Formations.
Groundwater Pollution Remediation NOTE 3 2D Analytical Solutions.
Lecture Leaky aquifers. Review problem At time t=0 well A started pumping QA= 2 cfs. Well B started one day later with the same Q. Estimate the time at.
CHAPTER 15: SINGLE WELL TESTS Presented by: Lauren Cameron.
Chapter 12:Variable-discharge tests and tests in well fields Aquifers may be pumped at variable discharge rates either deliberately or due to characteristics.
Principles of Groundwater Flow. Hydraulic Head Bernoulli’s Equation Hydrostatic Pressure.
+ Flow to Wells. + Basic Assumptions Aquifer bounded on the bottom Horizontal Geologic Formations (with infinite extent) The potentiometric surface is.
Well Tests to Characterize Idealized Lateral Heterogeneities by Vasi Passinos K 1,S 1 K 2,S 2.
DRASTIC MODEL PARAMETERS Depth to water net Recharge Aquifer media Soil media Topography vadose zone Conductivity DRASTICWeightRate.
Storage Coefficients/Specific Yield. Storage Coefficient/Storativity S: storage coefficient or storativity: The amount of water stored or released per.
Groundwater movement Objective To be able to calculate the hydraulic conductivity of a sample given measurements from a permeameter To be able to evaluate.
A Saltwater Upconing Model to Evaluate Wellfield Feasibility Gregory W. Council Christopher J. Richards June 2008 Salt Water Intrusion Meeting (SWIM) Naples,
Dr. Martin T. Auer Michigan Tech Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering Water Supply.
Stephanie Fulton February 27, Difference from other methods ◦ Well storage previously assumed negligible ◦ Must be taken into account When is.
Wells - Wells have many different functions and need to be constructed to fit the function - many different types of wells have to be dug, driven or drilled.
ESS 454 Hydrogeology Instructor: Michael Brown Module 4 Flow to Wells Preliminaries, Radial Flow and Well Function Non-dimensional.
Advanced Hydrogeology Malcolm Reeves Civil and Geological Engineering.
Objective: conceptual model definition and steady state simulation of groundwater flow.
Steady Flow to Wells Groundwater Hydraulics Daene C. McKinney.
Chapter 3 Ground Water Flow and Well Mechanics Philip B. Bedient Civil & Environmental Engineering Rice University.
ESS 454 Hydrogeology Module 2 Properties of Materials Basic Physics Darcy’s Law Characteristics of Aquifers Elasticity and Storage Instructor: Michael.
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Risk Evaluation/Corrective Action Program (RECAP)
How does groundwater flow ? February 26, TOC Definitions Groundwater flow overview Equipotentials and flowlines Wells Laplace Boundary.
Ground-water flow to wells Extract water Remove contaminated water Lower water table for constructions Relieve pressures under dams Injections – recharges.
Water – Supply & Use. Groundwater –Vadose zone (formerly known as the unsaturated zone) –Zone of saturation or water table –Capillary fringe –In general,
Groundwater Modeling - 1 Groundwater Hydraulics Daene C. McKinney.
Well flow & Pumping tests new techniques → new possibilities → new software MLU for Windows MLU in broad outline Development of the solution technique.
Groundwater Supply Dr. Martin T. Auer Michigan Tech Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering.
CE 3354 Engineering Hydrology Lecture 22: Groundwater Hydrology Concepts – Part 2 1.
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