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# Course detail

## Groundwater hydraulics

Subjet code : FAST-CR01 Faculty of Civil Engineering 2011/2012 Yes prof. Ing. Jaromír Říha, CSc. Institute of Water Structures Master's full-time study Czech 5 course-unit credit and examination 1 winter compulsory

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 Objective of the course – aims of the course unit: The aim of the course is to acquaint students with the problems of groundwater hydraulics from the view of civil engineer. After finishing, the studen will be able to solve the wide range of problems of in the field using both analytical and numerical methods, he will be familiar with the software available and will know the co-operating professionals dealing with groundwater (hydrology, hydrogeology, pedology). Objective of the course – learning outcomes and competences: Knowledge in following areas: basic assumptions applied in ground water hydraulics, Darcy’s equation. 1 D flow, well hydraulics in steady state 1 D – well hydraulics. Pumping test evaluation. 1D – problems of one-dimensional seepage - FEM. Two-dimensional seepage in horizontal plane - interference of wells, FEM. Two-dimensional seepage in vertical plane – drawing and evaluation of flow net + FEM. Solution of problems of seepage flow. Seepage deformation. Solute transport in ground water. Prerequisites: Nepožadují se Course contents (annotation): Introduction, basic assumptions applied in ground water hydraulics, Darcy’s equation. 1 D flow, well hydraulics in steady state 1 D – well hydraulics. Pumping test evaluation. 1D – problems of one-dimensional seepage - FEM. Two-dimensional seepage in horizontal plane - interference of wells, FEM. Two-dimensional seepage in vertical plane – drawing and evaluation of flow net + FEM. Solution of problems of seepage flow. Seepage deformation. Solute transport in ground water. Teaching methods and criteria: n. a. Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes: Requirements for successful completion of the subject are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year. Course curriculum: 1. Introduction, basic assumptions applied in ground water hydraulics, Darcy’s equation. 2. Basic governing equations – law of mass conservation, Darcy’s formula. 3. 1 D flow, well hydraulics in steady state 4. 1 D - well hydraulics. Pumping test evaluation. 5. 1D - problems of one-dimensional seepage - FEM. 6. - 7. Two-dimensional seepage in horizontal plane - interference of wells, FEM. 8. - 9. Two-dimensional seepage in vertical plane – drawing and evaluation of flow net + FEM. 10.-11. Seepage deformation. 12.-13. Solute transport in ground water. Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences: Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year. Recommended reading: Bear, J. - Verruijt, V.: Modelling Groundwater Flow and Pollution. Elsevier, Amsterdam 1997Kratochvíl, J. a kol.: Hydraulika. ES VUT Brno 1991Mucha, I. - Šestakov, V.: Hydraulika podzemných vod. ALFA Bratislava 1987

Type of course unit:
Lecture: 26 hours, optionally prof. Ing. Jaromír Říha, CSc. 26 hours, compulsory prof. Ing. Jaromír Říha, CSc.