GEO/CE 514: Groundwater Hydraulics

Winter Term, 2000


Welcome to CE/GEO 514, Groundwater Hydraulics. This web page contains mostly miscellaneous information, and it will be primarily used later in the quarter as a source for files. You may find the following links of use immediately, however:

  1. The syllabus for the class is available online.
  2. The library reserve desk will have copies of key documents (e.g., the text, a MODFLOW manual, etc.)


Assignment 4


Assignment 5

Three slug tests were conducted at the OSU Motor Pool on May 19, 1998. The data from these tests are contained in a single file that you may view and download. The file contains six columns that are tab-delimited (i.e., separated by tabs). The first two columns are for a large slug (test 1); the second two columns are for the large slug (test 2); and the third two columns are for the small slug (test 3). The two columns in both pairs contain time in seconds and the water level (WL). Other important information that we measured in the field included the depth to the water table at equilibrium (101 cm) and the depth of the well (381 cm). You will need both numbers to do the assignment.


Assignment 6

Three tracer tests were conducted on May 26, 1998, on Oak Creek near the Irish Bend covered bridge. These tests are referred to as Test 1, Test 2, and Test 3. Test 1 data have been scrapped due to problems in the electrical conductivity measurements.

Test 2 was conducted over a reach of 143 m. The amount of salt injected was 2260 g. The data may be downloaded as tab-delimited text or as an Excel file. Test 3 was conducted over a reach of 94.9 m. The amount of salt injected was 737 g. The data may be downloaded as tab-delimited text or as an Excel file.


Software, Etc.

The USGS's web site containing most of their groundwater-related software.


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Last Updated January 4, 1999