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Analysis and Evaluation of Pumping Test Data

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In order to determine the groundwater resources and potentials of the Khanewal District of Pakistan, a geophysical method in combination with pumping test data were used. An analytical relationship between the aquifer parameters interpreted from surface geoelectrical method and pumping test was established in order to estimate aquifer parameters from surface measurements where no pumping tests exist. For the said purpose, 48 geoelectric investigations were carried out using Schlumberger vertical electrical sounding VES. Seven of the soundings were conducted where pumping tests had been carried out at borehole sites. The vertical electrical sounding stations were interpreted, and resistivities and thickness parameters were calculated. The values of transmissivity and hydraulic conductivity were calculated using the Dar Zarrouk parameter.

An aquifer test or a pumping test is conducted to evaluate an aquifer by "stimulating" the aquifer through constant pumping , and observing the aquifer's "response" drawdown in observation wells. Aquifer testing is a common tool that hydrogeologists use to characterize a system of aquifers, aquitards and flow system boundaries. A slug test is a variation on the typical aquifer test where an instantaneous change increase or decrease is made, and the effects are observed in the same well. This is often used in geotechnical or engineering settings to get a quick estimate minutes instead of days of the aquifer properties immediately around the well. Aquifer tests are typically interpreted by using an analytical model of aquifer flow the most fundamental being the Theis solution to match the data observed in the real world, then assuming that the parameters from the idealized model apply to the real-world aquifer.

The first edition of this book appeared as No. The aims of ILRI are: collect information on land reclamation and improvement from all over the world; - To disseminate this knowledge through publications, courses, and consultancies; - To contribute - by supplementary research - towards a better understanding of the land and water problems in developing countries. All rights reserved. This book or any part thereof may not be reproduced in any form without written permission of the publisher. This is the second edition of Analysis and Evaluation ofpumping Test Data. Readers familiar with the first edition and its subsequent impressions will note a number of changes in the new edition. These changes involve the contents of the book, but not the philosophy behind it, which is to be a practical guide to all who are organizing, conducting, and interpreting pumping tests.


more modern method of analyzing pumping tests in unconfined aquifers with Analyzing and evaluating pumping test data, however, is as much an art as a.


Analysis and Evaluation of Pumping Test Data

Abstract: Single well test is more common than aquifer test with having observation well, since the advantage of single well test is that the pumping test can be conducted on the production well with the absence of observation well. A kind of single well test,which is step-drawdown test used to determine the efficiency and specific capacity of the well, however in case of single well test it is possible to estimate Transmissivity, but the other parameter which is Storativity is overestimated, so the aim of this study is to analyze four pumping test data located in KAWRGOSK area by using cooper-Jacob's time drawdown approximation of Theis method to estimate the aquifer parameters, also in order to determine the reasons which are affecting the reliability of the Storativity value and obtain the important aspect behind that in practice. Keywords: aquifer parameters, single well test, Cooper-Jacob's straight line method 1. The most important method to estimate the aquifer parameters are testing with having observation well, but it's cost more than conducting pumping test without observation well which is called single well test, so that since the last decade there are many experiences that are tried to discover a method to estimate the aquifer parameters through analyze single well test data such as choi,Byung-soo, which tried to find out the Storativity by determining skin factor and effective wellbore storage, and the method of P.

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The first edition of this book appeared as No. The aims of ILRI are: collect information on land reclamation and improvement from all over the world; - To disseminate this knowledge through publications, courses, and consultancies; - To contribute - by supplementary research - towards a better understanding of the land and water problems in developing countries. All rights reserved. This book or any part thereof may not be reproduced in any form without written permission of the publisher. This is the second edition of Analysis and Evaluation ofpumping Test Data.

Analysis and Evaluation of Pumping Test Data

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The first edition of this book appeared as No. The production of the book was made possible by cooperation between the fol- lowing institutions:. The aims of ILRI are: - To collect information on land reclamation and improvement from all over the world; - To disseminate this knowledge through publications, courses, and consultancies; - To contribute - by supplementary research - towards a better understanding of the land and water. All rights reserved. This book or any part thereof may not be reproduced in any form without written permission of the publisher. Printed in The Netherlands by Veenman drukkers, Ede.

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We present, for instance, a more modern method of analyzing pumping tests in unconfined aquifers with delayed yield. We have also re-evaluated some of our.


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  1. Lucas L. 09.05.2021 at 07:52

    Recently, composite analysis CA , which simultaneously analyzes all drawdown data from multiple observation wells, has been applied to determine the hydraulic parameters of an unconfined aquifer.