# Unconfined Aquifer Well Design Calculator

## Fluid Mechanics Hydraulics Hydrology

The following equation uses Darcy's equation with pumping occurring at the center of a cylinder. This equation can be utilized to determine the cone of depression and well drawdown in an unconfined aquifer.

Solving for radius at point 2.

#### Inputs:

 radius point 1 (r1) meter attometer centimeter chain dekameter decimeter exameter femtometer foot gigameter hectometer inch kilometer light year link megameter micrometer micron mile millimeter nanometer petameter picometer rod terameter yard coefficient of permeability (K) meter/second centimeter/hour centimeter/second foot/day foot/second inch/hour inch/second kilometer/hour kilometer/second knot mach sea level 15 C meter/day mile/hour mile/second millimeter/second speed of light in vacuum yard/second pressure head at point 1 (h1) meter attometer centimeter chain dekameter decimeter exameter femtometer foot gigameter hectometer inch kilometer light year link megameter micrometer micron mile millimeter nanometer petameter picometer rod terameter yard pressure head at point 2 (h2) meter attometer centimeter chain dekameter decimeter exameter femtometer foot gigameter hectometer inch kilometer light year link megameter micrometer micron mile millimeter nanometer petameter picometer rod terameter yard flow rate (Q) meter^3/second cc/hour centimeter^3/second centimeter^3/hour deciliter/minute foot^3/minute foot^3/second gallon/minute liter/day liter/minute liter/second meter^3/day meter^3/minute milliliter/hour milliliter/minute

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#### Conversions:

 radius point 1 (r1) = 0 = 0 meter coefficient of permeability (K) = 0 = 0 meter/day pressure head at point 1 (h1) = 0 = 0 meter pressure head at point 2 (h2) = 0 = 0 meter flow rate (Q) = 0 = 0 meter^3/day

#### Solution:

 radius point 2 (r2) = HAS NOT BEEN CALCULATED

#### Other Units:

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 extraction flow rate permeability coefficient pressure head at point 1 pressure head at point 2 radius at point 1 radius at point 2

References - Books:

1) P. Aarne Vesilind, J. Jeffrey Peirce and Ruth F. Weiner. 1994. Environmental Engineering. Butterworth Heinemann. 3rd ed.

by Jimmy Raymond