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Analytical solutions and computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems

Paul M. Barlow

Analytical solutions and computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems

by Paul M. Barlow

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services [distributor] in Marlborough, Mass, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater flow -- Mathematical models,
  • Streamflow -- Computer simulation

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Paul M. Barlow and Allen F. Moench
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 98-415-A, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 98-415-A
    ContributionsMoench, A. F, Geological Survey (U.S.). Ground-water Resources Program
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationxi, 85 p.
    Number of Pages85
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13626552M
    OCLC/WorldCa43496437

      A quantitative analysis of hydraulic interaction processes in stream-aquifer systems. A boundary-value problem for movement of the critical point of disconnection is established for an analytical solution of the inverted water table movement beneath the stream. The result indicates that the maximum distance or thickness of the inverted. Response time, describing how quickly a disturbed system would reach a new equilibrium, has been helpful to hydrogeologists in characterizing and understanding the hydrogeological systems. This study examined the complex response times associated with lake–groundwater perturbed by climate. Simulated hydraulic heads and lake stage values derived from a 3-D, MODFLOW-based model were used to.

      Serrano SE, Workman SR () Modeling transient stream/aquifer interaction with the non-linear Boussinesq equation and its analytical solution. J Hydrol (Amst) – doi: /S(98) In the natural hydrologic cycle, surface and subsurface water in a watershed are closely related and interact with each other. However, their relatrionships are affected by human activities. For instance, as the impervious area of a basin spreads due to urbanization, rainfall recharge into unconfined aquifers decreases and consequently the stream flood hazard increases.

    Analytical solutions and computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems, , Open-File Report A Soil, environmental, and watershed measurements in support of carbon cycling studies in northwestern Mississippi, , Open-File Report Modeling Transient Stream/Aquifer Interaction with the Non-Linear Boussinesq Equation and its Analytical Solution, Journal of Hydrology, Serrano, S.E., b. Analytical Decomposition of the Non-Linear Unsaturated Flow Equation.


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Analytical solutions and computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems by Paul M. Barlow Download PDF EPUB FB2

This report presents analytical solutions to the ground-water-flow equation for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems. The solutions are applicable to confined, leaky, and water- table aquifers.

Two computer programs are described that were written to evaluate these analytical by: Analytical Solutions and Computer Programs for Hydraulic Interaction of Stream-Aquifer Systems By Paul M. Barlow and Allen F.

Moench Abstract Analytical solutions to the ground-water-flow equation are derived for ten cases of hydraulic interaction between a stream and a confined, leaky, or water-table aquifer. The ten. This report presents analytical solutions to the ground-water-flow equation for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems.

The solutions are applicable to confined, leaky, and water-table aquifers. Two computer programs are describe d that were written to evaluate these analytical solutions. To derive our mathematical analysis methods, we develop a lab-scale stream-aquifer system as an example for explaining the evolution of hydraulic gradients Cited by: A variety of investigation methods have been used to study the hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems including analytical, numerical, chemical, and field methods [7,8,9,10,11].Recent examples of improved capabilities of MODFLOW [12,13,14] for stream-aquifer interaction are GSFLOW [], HYDRUS [16,17,18] and unsaturated-zone flow (UZF1) packages [], MIN3P [], PARFLOW [], the integrated Author: Mustafa El-Rawy, Okke Batelaan, Kerst Buis, Christian Anibas, Getachew Mohammed, Wouter Zijl, Ali Sa.

@article{osti_, title = {A quantitative analysis of hydraulic interaction processes in stream-aquifer systems}, author = {Wang, Wenke and Dai, Zhenxue and Zhao, Yaqian and Li, Junting and Duan, Lei and Wang, Zhoufeng and Zhu, Lin}, abstractNote = {The hydraulic relationship between the stream and aquifer can be altered from hydraulic connection to disconnection when the pumping rate.

A quantitative analysis of hydraulic interaction processes in stream-aquifer systems Article (PDF Available) in Scientific Reports January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The evolution of hydraulic gradients in the center of the streambed from connection to disconnection. To derive our mathematical analysis methods, we develop a lab-scale stream-aquifer system as an example for explaining the evolution of hydraulic gradients under the streambed (Fig.

1), where the hydraulic relationship of the stream-aquifer system evolves from connection to disconnection. computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer.

and analytical solutions (Ha et al. Flow and head variations in stationary linear stream-aquifer systems are obtained. Two computer programs developed on the basis of these step-response functions and the convolution integral are applied to the analysis of hydraulic interaction of two alluvial stream–aquifer.

the programs 2 Analytical Solutions and Computer Programs for Hydraulic Interaction of Stream-Aquifer Systems INTRODUCTION The hydraulic Mathematical Problems for Complex Networks Mathematical Problems for Complex Networks functional information from real-world networks Sophisticated computer system theories and computing algorithms have been.

The hydraulic relationship between the stream and aquifer can be altered from hydraulic connection to disconnection when the pumping rate exceeds the maximum seepage flux of the streambed. This study proposes to quantitatively analyze the physical processes of stream-aquifer systems.

Get this from a library. Analytical solutions and computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems. [Paul M Barlow; A F Moench; Geological Survey (U.S.). Ground-water Resources Program.]. from various programs of aquifer characterization including. Analytical solutions and computer.

programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems, U.S. Geol. This poster presents a new analytical solution to study water exchange, hydraulic head distribution and water flow in a stream-unconfined aquifer interaction system with a sloping bed and stream of varying heads in presence of two thin vertical sedimentary layers.

The formation of a clogging bed of fine-grained sediments allows the interfaces among a sloping aquifer and two rivers as the third. Request PDF | An analytical framework for quantifying aquifer response time scales associated with transient boundary conditions | A major challenge in studying coupled groundwater and surface.

Analytical solutions and computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems Open-File Report A By: Paul M. Barlow and Allen F. Moench. To improve the river environment in an urbanized basin, it is important to restore the hydrologic relationships between streams and aquifers.

In this paper, the dynamic interaction between them, the so-called “bank storage effect,” is analyzed based on hydraulic models of a stream-aquifer system. Analytical solutions and computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream–aquifer systems, US Geological Survey Open-File Report A, pp.

Google Scholar Barlow et al., Barlow PM, Moench AF () Analytical solutions and computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report A.

Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations of the United States Geological Survey, Book 6. A 3D view of the solution to the hypothetical stream–aquifer interaction problem defined by Eqs., for these parameter values is depicted in Fig. 4, where the channel width was exaggerated for illustration purposes.

Now, if D = const., Eqs., become uncoupled from Eq. The analysis of stream–aquifer interaction within a limited part of the domain using an iteratively coupled locally refined grid produced results that are in good agreement (differences between % and %) with simulations using a globally refined grid with grid spacing equivalent to .The estimation and modeling of streambed hydraulic conductivity (K) is an emerging interest due to its connection to water quality, aquatic habitat, and groundwater recharge.

Existing research has found ways to sample and measure K at specific sites and with laboratory tests. The challenge undertaken was to review progress, relevance, complexity in understanding and modeling via statistical.