Scales of Viscous Analogy Models for Ground Water Studiesby Jacob Bear, Graduate Research Engr.; Univ. of Calif., Berkeley.,
Serial Information: Journal of the Hydraulics Division, 1960, Vol. 86, Issue 2, Pg. 11-23
Document Type: Journal Paper
Abstract: Principles of viscous flow analogy derived by Hele-Shaw in 1897 are well known, but solutions concerning scales for length (including distorted scales), time, discharge, volume, storage coefficient, two liquid flows, and capillary effects were missing; paper fills this gap and derives computations and equations, covering complete description of computations of scales for various cases.
Subject Headings: Flow duration | Viscous flow | Computing in civil engineering | Model analysis | Wells (water) | Water discharge | Scale models | Hydrologic models |
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