A General Microcomputer Approach for Evaluating Ground-Water Responsesby William E. Kelly, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, Dep of, Civil Engineering, Lincoln, NE, USA,
Michael E. Nicklin, Univ of Nebraska-Lincoln, Dep of, Civil Engineering, Lincoln, NE, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Hydraulics and Hydrology in the Small Computer Age
Abstract: A general impulse response function for calculating responses for stream-aquifer interaction, pumping in leaky and nonleaky artesian aquifers, and two dimensional dispersion is presented. Step and rectangular pulse responses are computed using standard numerical integration techniques. Convolution is used to compute the response to time-varying inputs.
Subject Headings: Computing in civil engineering | Aquifers | Groundwater | Pumps | Two-dimensional flow | Leakage | Numerical methods | Groundwater flow | Flow duration | North America | United States | Indiana
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