Pumping Test & Data Analysis

PUMPING TEST & SLUG TEST DATA ANALYSIS AND REPORTING

Looking for an easy-to-use yet powerful pumping and slug test data analysis and reporting software? Look no further. AquiferWin32 is a globally recognize software tool designed to get you answers fast. If you are not convinced, give us a call. We can run through the pro’s and con’s of any commerically availabe software on the market.

Pumping Test & Data Analysis

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  • AquiferWin32
    650 USD

Establishing aquifer properties such as hydraulic conductivity and transmissivity is among the first steps to creating a defensible groundwater model. It is also one of the most challenging as a result of the variablity in field conditions and solution methods. This is made easy with pumping test and slug test data analysis software that offers a variety of methods to analyze and visualize your field data. Call us to learn more.

Applications and Use:

  • Determining the hydraulic conductivity of an aquifer used as input to groundwater flow models
  • Determining well interference and cone of depression due to over pumping
  • Visualization of pumping test data for reporting purposes

Different AquiferWin32 Versions

Aquiferwin32 now comes in two different versions, Professional and Modeling.

Professional Version
Slug Test Analyses:
  • Hvorslev, 1951 – Time Lag and Soil Permeability in Ground-Water Observations
  • Bouwer & Rice, 1976 – Slug test for determining hydraulic conductivity of unconfined aquifers with completely or partially penetrating wells
  • Black, 1978 – The use of the slug test in groundwater investigations (Modified Bouwer & Rice unconfined aquifer slug test analysis using an exponential type curve)
  • Cooper, Bredehoeft & Papadopulos, 1967 – Response of a Finite-Diameter Well to an Instantaneous Charge of Water
  • KGS Model – Slug test analysis for partially penetrating wells in confined or unconfined aquifers; Hyder, Butler, McElwee, and Liu, 1994 and Butler, 1998
  • Kipp, 1985 -Type Curve Analysis of Inertial Effects in the Response of a Well to a Slug Test
Pumping Test Analyses
  • Cooper and Jacob, 1946 – A generalized graphical method for evaluating formation constants and summarizing well field history. (Cooper Jacob Straight Line Method)
  • Theis, 1935 – Constant discharge from a fully penetrating well in a nonleaky aquifer*
  • Theis, 1935 (Unconfined) – Constant discharge from a fully penetrating well in a nonleaky aquifer*
  • Theis, 1946 (Recovery) – Recovery test after constant discharge from a fully penetrating well in a nonleaky aquifer
  • Hantush, 1961 – Constant discharge from a partially penetrating well in a nonleaky aquifer
  • Papadopulos and Cooper, 1967 – Constant discharge from a fully penetrating penetrating well of finite diameter in a nonleaky aquifer
  • Hantush, 1960 – Constant discharge from a well in a leaky aquifer with storage of water in the confining beds
  • Hantush and Jacob, 1955 – Constant discharge from a fully penetrating well in a leaky aquifer*
  • Hantush, 1964 – Constant discharge from a partially penetrating well in a leaky aquifer*
  • Neuman, 1972 – Theory of flow in unconfined aquifers considering delayed response of the water tabl
  • Neuman, 1974 – Effects of partial penetration on flow in unconfined aquifers considering delayed aquifer response*
  • Moench, 1984 – Double-Porosity Models for a Fissured Groundwater Reservoir with Fracture Skin
  • Moench, 1985 – Transient Flow to a large-Diameter Well in an Aquifer with Storative Semiconfining Layers
  • Moench, 1997 – Flow to a well of finite diameter in a homogeneous, anisotropic water table aquifer
Step Test Analyses
  • Eden & Hazel, 1973 – Step-drawdown test analysis for fully penetrating well in a confined aquifer. Determines well losses and aquifer transmissivity.
  • Birsoy and Summers, 1980 – Variable or intermittent discharge rate analysis for well in a confined aquifer. Determination of aquifer transmissivity and storage.
Model Solutions
  • Theis, 1935 – Constant discharge from a fully penetrating well in a nonleaky aquifer
  • Hantush, 1960 – Constant discharge from a well in a leaky aquifer with storage of water in the confining beds
  • Hantush and Jacob, 1955 – Constant discharge from a fully penetrating well in a leaky aquifer
  • Neuman, 1972 – Theory of flow in unconfined aquifers considering delayed response of the water table
  • WinFlow – Analytic element flow model developed by ESI (Modeling version only)
  • WinTran – Analytic element flow and Finite element contaminant transport model developed by ESI (Modeling version only)
Modeling version
  • Modeling version adds a full analytical modeling environment including Environmental Simulation’s WinFlow – WinTran analytical flow and transport modeling package. WinFlow is an interactive, analytical model that simulates two-dimensional steady-state and transient ground-water flow (both confined and unconfined aquifers) with wells, uniform recharge, circular recharge/discharge areas, and line sources or sinks. The model depicts the flow field using streamlines, particle traces, and water-level contours. WinTran feels like an analytic model but is actually an embedded finite-element simulator which utilizes results from WinFlow.
  • WinFlow is simple to use and highly interactive, allowing you to create an analytical model in minutes. The software features standard Windows pulldown menus and dialogs to facilitate the model design. Common menu selections and commands are also available on the toolbar.

The Kipp - Slug Test, Type Curve Analysis

The Kipp – Slug Test, Type Curve Analysis
WinFlow in AquiferWin32

WinFlow in AquiferWin32
Cone of Depression

Cone of Depression

To learn which software program is optimal for your environmental and engineering projects, please call +381-65-965-1749 or send us email on advancedgwt@gmail.com .

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