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# 102-0455-01L  Groundwater I

 Semester Autumn Semester 2016 Lecturers M. Willmann Periodicity yearly recurring course Language of instruction German

### Catalogue data

 Abstract The course provides an introduction into quantitavie analysis of groundwater flow and transport. It is focussed on formulating flow and transport problems in groundwater, which are to be solved analytically or numerically. Objective a) Students understand the basic concepts of flow and contaminant transport processes and boundary conditions in groundwater.b) Students are able to formulate simple practical flow and transport problems.c) Students are able to understand and apply simple analytical solutions to simple flow and transport problems.d) Students are able to use simple numerical codes to adequately solve simple flow (and transport) problems. Content Introdiction, aquifers, groundwater use, sustainability, porosity.Properties of porous media.Exercises: Groundwater use, porosity, grain size analysis.Flow properties, Darcy's law, filter.Flow equations, stream function.Exercises: Darcy's law.Analytical solutions, confined aquifers, steady-state flow.Exercises: Head isolines.Use of superposition principles, transient flow, freee surface flow.Exercises: Analytical solutions to flow problems.Finite difference solutions to flow problems I.Exercises: Analytical solutions to flow problems.Finite difference solutions to flow problems II.Exercises: Finite differece formulations to flow problems.Transport processes.Exercises: Computer workshop using PMWIN.Analytical solutions to transport problems I.Exercises: Computer workshop using PMWIN.Analytical solutions to transport problems II.Exercises: Analytical solutions to transport problems.Path lines, groundwater protection.Exercises: Analytical solutions to transport problems.Groundwater remediation, groundwater management.Exercises: Groundwater remediation. Lecture notes Folien auf Internet unter www.ihw.ethz.ch/GWH/education/indexAltes Skript auf Internet www.ihw.ethz.ch/GWH/education/indexWeitere Texte auf Internet www.ihw.ethz.ch/GWH/education/indexDidaktische Software auf Internet unter www.ihw.ethz.ch/GWH/education/index Literature J. Bear, Hydraulics of Groundwater, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1979P.A. Domenico, F.W. Schwartz, Physical and Chemical Hydrogeology, J. Wilson & Sons, New York, 1990W. Kinzelbach, R. Rausch, Grundwassermodellierung, Gebrüder Bornträger, Stuttgart, 1995Krusemann, de Ridder, Untersuchung und Anwendung von Pumpversuchen, Verl. R. Müller, Köln, 1970G. de Marsily, Quantitative Hydrogeology, Academic Press, 1986

### Performance assessment

 Performance assessment information (valid until the course unit is held again) Performance assessment as a semester course In examination block for Bachelor's Programme in Environmental Engineering 2010; Version 29.10.2013 (Examination Block 3)Bachelor's Programme in Environmental Engineering 2010; Version 07.03.2018 (Examination Block 3) ECTS credits 3 credits Examiners M. Willmann Type session examination Language of examination German Repetition The performance assessment is offered every session. Repetition possible without re-enrolling for the course unit. Mode of examination written 120 minutes Written aids Alle ausgegebenen Unterlagen, empfohlene Lehrbücher, Taschenrechner (nicht kommunikationsfähig) If the course unit is part of an examination block, the credits are allocated for the successful completion of the whole block.This information can be updated until the beginning of the semester; information on the examination timetable is binding.

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### Courses

NumberTitleHoursLecturers
102-0455-01 GGrundwasser I2 hrs
 Fri 10-12 HIL E 8 »
M. Willmann

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### Offered in

ProgrammeSectionType
Civil Engineering MasterMajor in Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources ManagementW
Earth Sciences BachelorMajor in Climate and Water: ElectivesW
Environmental Engineering BachelorExamination Block 3O
Environmental Sciences BachelorEnvironmental PhysicsW