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Chapter 2 Onedimensional Steady Flow of Groundwater
Chapter 3 Twodimensional Steady Flow of Groundwater
Chapter 4 Approximate Methods of Solving Twodimensional Problems of Groundwater Hydraulics
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according to eqn AG(x applies argcosh assumed axes axis boundary conditions calculated canal capillary coefficient of permeability complex potential conformal mapping considered const constant coordinates corresponding cosh cut-off wall defined depression curve determined differential direction effect elliptic integral equation of continuity equipotential lines equipotential surfaces example fissure flow region free surface function groundwater half-plane Hence horizontal hydraulically imperfect infiltration integral layer liquid M2Ms medium method moisture motion obtain partial partial differential equations piezometric head point M1 porosity porous medium pressure problem quantity of seepage radius region of seepage reservoir saturated Section seepage flow shown in Fig side of eqn sinh sink ſº soil solution solved stratum stream function subsoil substituting in eqn superposition surface of seepage theory transformation velocity hodograph velocity potential vertical volume flow water surface