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Title: Pumping simulations using 3D analysis on multi-pumping wells
Authors: KITAOKA, Takafumi
KUSUMI, Harushige
NAKAMURA, Makoto
Author's alias: 北岡, 貴文
楠見, 晴重
中村, 真
Keywords: field measurements
fluid flow
numerical modelling
Issue Date: 20-Oct-2011
Abstract: In this research, we chiefly proceed on-site measurement and analysis to examine how the pumping wells influence groundwater properties. The examined region is surrounded by mountains formed by a bowl shaped depression in the Paleozoic strata and granite. The paleozoic strata basin rock is an impermeable bed upon which there is a permeable diluvium and then alluvium. It is estimated a lot of groundwater is saved. However, if an excessive pumping is continued, it can cause the exhaustions of the groundwater and the subsidence, and especially multiple wells which take a large amount of water in a small area are considered to have a great impact. We established a 3D model for groundwater and make suggestions for the adequate management of the groundwater by a pumping simulation analysis. This simulation was the subject of which was a pumping well for water service - water levels for one pump were large. As a result, it can be seen from this that the fluctuation of water level group wells cause accuracy by using our model made in the present study.
Description: 12th ISRM International Congress on Rock Mechanics "Harmonizing Rock Mechanics and the Environment" 18-21 October 2011, Beijing, China
type: Conference Paper
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10112/5720
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