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Assignment 2:
1. Read Chapters 1 and 2.
2. Describe Q, q, K, T, b, Darcys law (in both the K and T forms), and mean pore
water velocity. Include dimensions where appropriate using M, L, T for
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Assignment 3
2h
1. Beginning with the 1-D Laplace equation ( 2 = 0 ), write a general analytical
x
expression for h(x). Using the boundary conditions h(0) = 0 m and h(100) = 1
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Assignment 5
1. Here is a flow net (computed the way we have always done these things). The head is
uniform on the top left half of the domain at 0 m and on the top right half
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GLY 5826, Assignment 7
I have placed a comma-separated-value (csv) file of x and y coordinates (m) and soil-water
distribution coefficient (Kd, l kg-1) values on the internet at
http:
GLY-5826
Calculus Review/Assignment 1
Slope
Rise
y2
y1
Run
x1
x2
Slope is defined as the rise over the run: Slope = rise/run. The rise is the change in the y
value and the run is the change in the x v
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GLY 5826, Assignment 6
1. Do a combination of Problems 3.2, 3.4, and 3.5 in your text. Solve for the recharge rate but
use the Dupuit assumption. Compute the water balance. Use a grid
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Assignment 10:
1. Solve for the pressure drops and the flow in each fracture in the following fracture
network where the apertures and lengths. Show all steps. Assume the pressure drop
across
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Assignment 8:
We wish to simulate temporal changes in the confined aquifer heads between two
reservoirs (shown below). Assume the aquifer is 100 m long, has a T of 0.02 m2 min-1,
and a storag
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GLY 5826 Assignment 4
1. In Assignment 3 you coded an analytical solution to the 2-D Laplace equation
2h 2h
( 2 + 2 = 0 ) in a domain 100 units (say meters) in the x direction and 50 m
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Assignment 9:
1. Read Chapter 8.
2. Use Groundwater Vistas to solve for the recharge rate for the same (confined aquifer;
i.e., not Dupuit) aquifer system and target head value described in P