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 permeability coefficient.

flow rate (Q)

= 0

= 0

meter^3/day

radius point 1 (r_{1})

= 0

= 0

meter

radius point 2 (r_{2})

= 0

= 0

meter

pressure head at point 1 (h_{1})

= 0

= 0

meter

pressure head at point 2 (h_{2})

= 0

= 0

meter

coefficient of permeability (K)

= NOT CALCULATED

Select to solve for a different unknown

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.

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