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Authors: Samanta, Narayan Chandra
Issue Date: 1984
Abstract: The study aims to develop a distributed parameter mathematical model for aquifer response with finite difference approximation method. This study has been•carried in an inter-basin between Gange, Gomti and Baruna river covering five blocks of Varana'i district in Uttar Pradesh... The area has been discretised in space using square grid of size 2.5 Km_ River boundary condition has been estimated from water table of observation wells nearer to the river while initial condit-ion has been assigned from the water table contour of obser-vation wells. Basic historical data of water table, pumpage, rainfall etc have been used for framing a mathematical model of aquifer response of the area by calibration using subjective optimisation technique with the help of degital computer. Calibration has been carried for sixty months period using basic input data to simulate hydraulic heads which have been compared with the observed hydrologic heads at the inter-val of rainy and non rainy seasons. The process has been repea-ted till a good match between the simulated head and the observed head is arrived in each observation well. Distributed aquifer property of the study area has been assessed with help of the model. This model can be used as a tool for any acceptable pattern of ground water extraction so that any harmful hazards may be avoided in the existing system due to any proposed pumpage in future.
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Research Supervisor/ Guide: Kashyap, Deepak
Chandra, Satish
metadata.dc.type: M.Tech Dessertation
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