The purpose of this book is to bring together under one cover the principles of groundwater engineering. The concise format has produced a handy, comprehensive manual for professionals working in the groundwater industry. The author places emphasis on the application of theory and practical aspects of groundwater engineering. Well-cited references throughout the text guide you through the technology, scientific principles, and theoretical background of groundwater engineering. Exhaustive appendices contain quantitative data necessary for in-groundwater flow and contaminant migration equations. Principles of Groundwater Engineering is the state-of-the-art book that bridges the gap between groundwater theory and groundwater problem solving.
Introduction. Nonleaky Artesian Radial Flow. Leaky Artesian Radial Flow. Water Table Radial Flow. Boundaries and Flow Nets. Aquifer and Tracer Tests. Contaminant Migration. Production and Drainage Facilities. Modeling. Finite-Difference Flow Model. Random Walk Mass Transport Model. References. Appendices. Figures.