A groundwater recovery system for the extraction of a contaminant plume: ME(C) design project : School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
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20 feet adjacent aquifer Allowable fill height appendix approx approximately aquifer thickness Arnold Verruijt assumption backfill Bear and Verruijt bedding Load boundary conditions Boussinesq equation calculated CDS pollutant Channery competent shale contaminated groundwater Cornell University Corrugated Plastic Dames and Moore Darcy's Law ditch conduits drainage draw-down estimate extraction trench finite difference Finite Element Grid finite element model flow programs fragipan Freeze and Cherry fundamental equation Glacial Till Aquifer Ground Surface GROUNDWATER MODEL horizontal hydraulic conductivity hydraulic gradient interceptor trench Katona's landfill Layer Slopes Leaky Confined Aquifer mathematical nomogram number of nodes numerical model parameters phreatic head phreatic surface piezometric head pipe material pollutant plume polyethylene pipe porosity pumping quadrangular element recharge Regional Groundwater Flow roughly Shale Boundary slug tests slurry wall solution Source Control Measures Todd Walter Tompkins County top of conduit triangular elements velocity vertical Volumetric flowrate weathered shale aquifer weathered shale layer west and southwest