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Topic : Hydrology

MODULE- 70B

Well hydraulics.

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1. In an area of 200 hectare, water table drops by 4 m. If the porosity is 0.35 and the specific retention is 0.15, change in volume of storage in the aquifer is (A) 160 (C) 8 × (B) 1.6 × (D) 1.6 ×

5. permeability of the acquifer is 30m/day and porosity is 0.25, the time of travel of an inert tracer from one well to another is (a) 16.7 days (b) 500 days (c) 750 days (d) 3000 days For steady flow to a fully penetrating well in a confined acquifer, the drawdowns at radial distances of r1 and r2 from the well have been measured as s1 and s2 respectively, for a pumping rate of Q. The transmissivity of the aquifer is equal to (a) (c) (d) ( ) (b)

2. When there is an increase in the atmospheric pressure, the water level in a well penetrating in a confined aquifer (A) Increases (B) Decreases (C) May increase or decrease depending on the nature of the aquifer (D) Does not undergo any change

3. Water is pumped from a well tapping an unconfined aquifer at a certain discharge rate and the steady state drawdown (X) in an observation well is monitored. Subsequently, the pumping discharge is doubled and the steady state drawdown in the same observation well is found to be more than double (i.e., more than 2X). This disproportionate drawdown is caused by (a) well losses (b) decrease in the saturated thickness of the aquifer (c) nonlinear flow (d) delayed gravity yield Two observation wells penetrated into a confined acquifer and located 1.5 km apart in the direction of flow, indicate head of 45 m and 20 m. If the coefficient of

6.

A volume of 3.0 x 106 m3 of groundwater was pumped out from an unconfined aquifer, uniformly from an area of 5km2. The pumping lowered the water table from initial level of 102m to 99m. The specific yield of the aquifer is (A) 0.20 (B) 0.30 (C) 0.40 (D) 0.50 The relationship among ( ), specific retention ( ( ) of an aquifer is (A) = + (B) (C) = − (D) specific yield ) and porosity = = − +2

7.

8.

4.

A well of diameter 20 cm fully penetrates a confined aquifer. After a long period of pumping at a rate of 2720 liters per minute, the observations, of drawdown taken at 10 m and 100 m distances from the center of the well are found to be 3 m and 0.5 m respectively. The transmissivity of the aquifer is (A) 676 (B) 576

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(C) 526 9. (D) 249

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15. Two observation wells penetrating into a confined Aquefer are located 1.5KM apart in the direction of flow. Heads of 45m and 20m are indicated at the Aquefer is 30m/day and porosity is 0.25, the time of travel of an inert tracer from one well to another is about a) 417days b) 500days c) 750days d) 3000days

In an aquifer extending over 150 hectare, the water table was 20 m below ground level. Over a period of time the water table dropped to 23 m below the ground level. If the porosity of aquifer is 0.40 and the specific retention is 0.15, what is the change in ground water storage of the aquifer? (A) 67.5 ha-m (B) 112.5 ha-m (C) 180.0 ha-m (D) 450.0 ha-m

10. An aquifer confined at top and bottom by impervious layers is stratified into three layers as follows Layer Thickness (m) Permeability (m/day) Top 3.0 30 Middle 2.0 10 Bottom 5.0 20 The transmissibility of the Aquifer in a) 6000 b) 18.2 c) 20 d)210

16. Soil has a coefficient of permeability of 0.51cm/s. If the kinematic viscosity of water is 0.009 , the intrinsic permeability in Darcy is about a) 5.3 b) 474 c) 4.7 d) 4000

11. A stratified unconfined Aquefer has three horizontal layers as below. Layer coefficient of depth (m) Permeability (m/day) 1 6 2.0 2 16 4.0 3 24 3.0 The effective coefficient of permeability of this Aquefer in m/day a) 13 b) 15 c) 24 d) 16

17. A well in a confined Aquefer was pumping a discharge of 40 at uniform rate. The pump was stopped after 300minutes, of running and the recovery of drawdown was measured. The recovery data is shown below. Estimate the transmissibility of the Aquifer Time since stopping Residual Of the pump (min) drawdown (m) 1 1.35 3 1.18 5 10 1.11 1.05 0.98 0.88 0.8 0.70 0.68

12. The unit of Intrinsic permeability is a) Cm/day b) m/day c) daxy/day d)

20 40 90 150

13. The dimensions of transmissibility T are a) b) c) L/ d) Dimensionless

coefficient

of

200

14. An unconfined aquifer of porosity 35% permeability 35m/day and specific yield of 0.15 has an area of 100 . The water table falls by 0.2m during a draught. The volume of water lost from storage in is a) 7.0 b) 3.0 c) 4.0 d) 18.0

18. A fully penetrating well in a confined Aquefer is pumped at the rate of 60 /h from an aquifer of storage coefficient and transmissibility 4 and 15 respectively. Estimate the drawdown at a distance of 100m after 8hours of pumping.

19. A fully penetrating well in a confined Aquefer is being pumped at a constant rate of 20002pm. The Aquefer is known to have a storage coefficient of 0.005 and

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transmissibility of 480 find the

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drawdown at a distance of 3.0m from the production well after (i) one hour (ii) 8 hours after pumping.

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