Analysis of Aquifer Data
(From CW Fetters Lab manual)
A new well has been drilled to test an aquifer. It was pumped at 220 gpm,
with measurements being taken at an observation well located 624 feet away.
The data are:
A set of data is from a July 1979, pumping test. The pumping rate is 800 gpm
and the observation well is 950 feet away. The static water level at 0700 is 40.0
Lab #5 Flow Nets and Analysis
You have been hired by Elkhorn Enterprises Inc. to evaluate production potential within the area
indicated on Figure 1. Apparently, all of the land is for sale and you are to select the best 20% of
the land area. Bes
Remember to show all work.
The purpose of this exercise is to get you thinking in terms of the "plumbing
system". You will have both geologic cross-sections and geologic maps to use in
your analyses. Remember, that the relative
In this lab we consider the flow of groundwater through porous and fractured media.
We begin by evaluating water level data to determine the direction of groundwater flow.
When there are water level elevations from wells the direction of g
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS & PERMEABILITY
Prove the Froude number is dimensionless? Fr = v2
where: v = velocity, g = gravity force, L = length or height
prove that Storativity S is dimensionless? S = bg( + n)
where: = density, = compressibilit
POROSITY OF MATERIALS
This lab exercise is designed to get you to think about the quantities of water held by geologic
materials. You should be able to perform the calculations without the book, but pages 94 -103
should be helpful. Any discussion should a
Engr. 325 Lab Guidelines
All lab exercises are expected to be turned in with a legible cover memo. You
will lose 10% of the grade for a missing memo. This is where you integrate the
results of your work. Proper layout of the work will aid the grader in