2 edition of Suggested operating procedures for aquifer pumping tests found in the catalog.
Suggested operating procedures for aquifer pumping tests
Paul S. Osborne
by Superfund Technology Support Center for Ground Water, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory in [Ada, Okla
|Statement||Paul S. Osborne.|
|Series||Ground water issue|
|Contributions||Superfund Technology Support Center for Ground Water (Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory), United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development., United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
d) Pumping tests are the classic (and pe rhaps the only) way to derive in situ aquifer hydraulic properties, such as transmissiv ity and the storage coefficient, or to revea l the presence of any Pumping Tests A pumping test extracts groundwater at a constant rate for a number of hours, and a step drawdown test varies the pumping rate over time. These tests are used to calculate the aquifer transmissivity and specific yield or storage coefficient. Most general hydrogeology texts cover
Appendix E: Recommended Pumping Test Procedures Introduction This aquifer pumping test procedures document specifies the minimum pumping test procedures that DOH considers sufficient for demonstrating that a new source is capable of providing a safe and reliable yield of water for the water system. This pumping test procedures document EC&G ROCKY FLATS PLANT Manual OPS EWER GROUNDWATER SOP Procedure No.: G W, Rev. 0 Page: 8 of 43 SaPety Related Eflective Date: Octo Category 1 Organization: ER&WM EQUIPMENT AND PROCEDURES a EQUIPMENT Aquifer pumping tests will be conducted using an arrangement of equipment that will
Pumping tests, epa guidance Constant Discharge Pumping Tests, Unconfined Aquifer. GENERAL ASSUMPTIONS 1. Suggested Operating Procedures for Aquifer Pumping Tests. Office of Research and Development, Office of Solid Waste. EPA//S/ Papadopulos, I. S. Nonsteady flow to a well in a finite anisotropic aquifer The Basara basin is located in NE of Iraq, 25 km west of Sulaimani city, between the - East and - North in Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) and lie in Zone ://
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Suggested Operating Procedures for Aquifer Pumping Tests. This document is intended as a primer, describing the process for the design and performance of an “aquifer test” (how to obtain reliable data from a pumping test) to obtain accurate estimates of aquifer parameters.
It is intended for use by those professionals involved in Citation: Osborne, P. SUGGESTED OPERATING PROCEDURES FOR AQUIFER PUMPING TESTS. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA//S/ (NTIS › EPA Home. Suggested operating procedures for aquifer pumping tests.
[Ada, Okla.: Superfund Technology Support Center for Ground Water, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors United States Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development Off ice of Sol id Waste and Emergency Response EPA//S/ February &EPA Ground Water Issue Suggested Operating Procedures for Aquifer Pumping Tests Paul S.
Osborne* The Regional Superfund Ground Water Forum is a group of ground-water scientists, representing EPA's Regional Superfund ?Dockey= Pump Test Click on the links below to download resource documents.
Groundwater Issue: Suggested Operating Procedures for Aquifer Pumping Tests (EPA//S/ February ) /library/general/pump-test. Suggested Operating Procedures for Aquifer Pumping Tests. EPA//S/ This entry was posted in Water Level Monitoring and tagged pumping tests, hydraulic test, aquifer characterization, measuring drawdown, levelogger, aquifer tests, d water level drawdown meter, hydraulic conductivity, constant head tests, slug tests on /water-level-monitoring/the-importance-of-measuring-drawdown.
A pumping test is a field experiment in which a well is pumped at a controlled rate and water-level response is measured in one or more surrounding observation wells and optionally in the pumped well (control well) itself; response data from pumping tests are used to estimate the hydraulic properties of aquifers, evaluate well performance and identify aquifer Guidelines for Hydrogeologic Reports and Aquifer Tests Conducted Within the Jurisdictional Boundaries of the Barton Springs / Edwards Aquifer Conservation District (Aquifer Science Staff ) US Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Suggested Operating Procedures for Aquifer Pumping Tests (USEPA ) US Geological Survey (USGS) Pumping Test Procedures for Water Withdrawal Permit Applications.
DEC regulations (leaves DEC website) require that pumping test results be submitted with any Water Withdrawal Application for new or additional groundwater sources, or reassessment of previously permitted wells.
In reviewing any such application, DEC must determine if the proposed well(s) will adequately meet the Ground Water Issue Suggested Operating Procedures for Aquifer Pumping Tests Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory Ada, Oklahoma Superfund Technology Support Center for Ground Water Paul S.
Osborne* Technology Innovation Office Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response, US EPA, Washington, DC Walter W. Kovalick, Jr., Ph.D. Director 2 Pumping tests The principle It is beyond the scope of this book to discuss the many kinds of pumps that might be used, so some general remarks must suffice: The pump and power unit should be capable of operating continuously at a constant discharge for a period of at least a few days.
An even longer period may be pumping test to determine the test well’s sustainable yield. Measurement of pumping rate must be carried out in accordance with Section 6.b.
LENGTH OF TEST – Regardless of the type of aquifer, pumping tests shall be conducted for a minimum of 72 hours at a constant pumping rate. The following points must be addressed. :// beginning of the test and stabilize as the test proceeds (reference Figure 1 from Suggested Operating Procedures for Aquifer Pumping Tests [USEPA, ]).
When drawdown stabilizes, the discharge rate will be increased to initiate the next step. The final step should result in drawdown that is just above the pump intake (i.e. Preliminary Development Procedures - Naturally Developed Well Air Development Chemical Development Final Development Measurements during Pumping References Reading List 15 Well and Aquifer Evaluation from Pumping Tests Introduction Suggested Operating Procedures for Aquifer Pumping Tests One very important aspect of ground water remediation is the capability to determine accurate estimates of aquifer hydraulic characteristics.
Paul S. Osborne of EPA’s Region 8, provides an overview of all the elements of an aquifer test. The goal of the docu-ment is to provide the reader Suggested operating procedures for aquifer pumping tests.
[Ada, Okla.: Superfund Technology Support Center for Ground Water, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File monitoring well.
Suggested standard operating procedures for aquifer pumping tests compiled by the USEPA are provided by Osborne . Guidance and tools for analyzing slug and pumping tests include Butler , Halford and Kuniansky , and Kasenow . Aquifer testing results must be combined with soil stratigraphy (recorded in Suggested Operating Procedures for Aquifer Pumping Tests It is intended for use by those professionals involved in characterizing sites which require corrective action as well as those which are proposed for ground water development, agricultural development, industrial The slug test provides an advantage over pumping tests in that it does not require the disposal of the large quantities of water that may be produced.
This is of special importance when testing a potentially contaminated aquifer. However, slug tests reflect conditions near the well, therefore are influenced by near-well conditions, such as gravel pack, poor well development, and skin Suggested articles To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.
About. This practical book 'Groundwarer Pumping Tests', details concepts, techniques, field work, case studies, and microcomputer models-information designed to improve accuracy and reliability.
The reader is expected to have a working knowledge of hydrogeology or access to ing, operating, and checking the performance of de-watering systems for various types of excavations; and descriptions and design of various types of cutoffs for controlling groundwater.
General. a. It will generally be the responsibility of the con-tractor to design, install, and operate dewatering and groundwater control :// STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES SOP PAGE: 2 of 8 REV: DATE: 12/10/02 MANUAL WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENTS SCOPE AND APPLICATION The purpose of this Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) is to set guidelines for the determination of the depth to water measurements in an open borehole, a cased borehole, a monitor well, or a ://