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  • dr_km_mohan_rao
    check this web site of mine www.geocities.com/dr_km_mohan_rao ... acceptable ... conductivity ... what ... code
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 2, 2008
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      check this web site of mine www.geocities.com/dr_km_mohan_rao



      --- In gwmodel@yahoogroups.com, "Hadi Eatemadi" <hadi1983iut@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > Dear Group members:
      >
      >
      > I am studying a major project on large aquifer in a consulting
      > engineers company. Unfortunately, I haven't found a specific
      > standard or design code or even a manual about underground water
      > artificial recharge. Therefore I ask you kindly to help me in this
      > case. I would be thankful if you answer the following questions:
      >
      > 1- Would you please let me know, what are the most dominating
      > parameters in underground water recharge projects? (e.g. hydraulic
      > conductivity, depth of alluvial layer, underground water surface
      > level, etc.)? and what is the importance priority and what is the
      > allowable ranges of them?
      > 2- Spreading basin is the most common method which is used for
      > artificial recharge of underground water and the hydraulic
      > conductivity is the most important parameter, what is the
      acceptable
      > and best rang of hydraulic conductivity standard for a project?
      > 3- There are several methods for determining hydraulic
      conductivity
      > (for example Double ring test, Constant head and falling head)
      what
      > is the effect layer depth in K (hydraulic conductivity) as well as
      > in artificial recharge in computation and analysis?
      >
      > Finally, I would be grateful if you send me a manual or design
      code
      > or even an example or case study in this regard.
      >
      > Thank you for prompt attention to my request. I am looking forward
      > to having your answer soon.
      >
      >
      > Best wishes and regards.
      > H. Eatemadi
      > 2008/07/28
    • subrata halder
      Hallo, U can go through the Guidelines for Artificial Recharge Schemes  published by Central Groundwater Board, Govt. of India from www.cgwb.gov.in S.Halder
      Message 2 of 4 , Aug 10, 2008
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        Hallo,

        U can go through the 'Guidelines for Artificial Recharge Schemes'�published by Central Groundwater Board, Govt. of India from www.cgwb.gov.in

        S.Halder


        --- On Mon, 28/7/08, Hadi Eatemadi <hadi1983iut@...> wrote:

        From: Hadi Eatemadi <hadi1983iut@...>
        Subject: [gwmodel] Ground Water Recharge Projects
        To: gwmodel@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Monday, 28 July, 2008, 5:03 PM

        Dear Group members:

        I am studying a major project on large aquifer in a consulting
        engineers company. Unfortunately, I haven't found a specific
        standard or design code or even a manual about underground water
        artificial recharge. Therefore I ask you kindly to help me in this
        case. I would be thankful if you answer the following questions:

        1- Would you please let me know, what are the most dominating
        parameters in underground water recharge projects? (e.g. hydraulic
        conductivity, depth of alluvial layer, underground water surface
        level, etc.)? and what is the importance priority and what is the
        allowable ranges of them?
        2- Spreading basin is the most common method which is used for
        artificial recharge of underground water and the hydraulic
        conductivity is the most important parameter, what is the acceptable
        and best rang of hydraulic conductivity standard for a project?
        3- There are several methods for determining hydraulic conductivity
        (for example Double ring test, Constant head and falling head) what
        is the effect layer depth in K (hydraulic conductivity) as well as
        in artificial recharge in computation and analysis?

        Finally, I would be grateful if you send me a manual or design code
        or even an example or case study in this regard.

        Thank you for prompt attention to my request. I am looking forward
        to having your answer soon.

        Best wishes and regards.
        H. Eatemadi
        2008/07/28
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