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D. L. Ustyugov, D. P. Mironchuk (2015) Short-term pumping tests as an identification method of aquifer-surface interaction. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 212. p. 84.
UstyugovD. L., & MironchukD. P. (2015). Short-term pumping tests as an identification method of aquifer-surface interaction. Journal of Mining Institute, 212, 84. Retrieved from https://pmi.spmi.ru/index.php/pmi/article/view/5232

Short-term pumping tests as an identification method of aquifer-surface interaction

Authors:
D. L. Ustyugov
D. P. Mironchuk
  • National Mineral Resources University (Mining University)
  • National Mineral Resources University (Mining University)
Date submitted:
2016-10-13
Date published:
2015-02-01

Abstract

Computational modeling is a convenient method of estimating underground water resources for regions with highly developed underground water resources, with a large number of variable production water supply systems. The use of computational modelling requires reliable informa-tion about a target aquifer’s filtering parameters, as well as its boundary conditions, or features of its interaction with the surface. Methods of determination of filtering parameters, including nodal analysis, which is obligatory, are well -developed, but determination of boundary condi-tions has some difficulties. The paper shows that reliable information about features of aquifer-surface interaction can be obtained by interpreting pumping tests.

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