Characteristic groundwater level regimes in the capture zones of radial collector wells and importance of identification ( case study of Belgrade Groundwater Source)

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Božović, Djordjije

Assessment of the operating modes of radial collector wells reveals that the pumping levels in the well caissons are very low relative to the depth/elevation of the laterals, which is a common occurrence at Belgrade Groundwater Source. As a result, well discharge capacities vary over a broad range and groundwater levels in the capture zones differ even when the rate of discharge is the same. Five characteristic groundwater level regimes are identified and their origin is analyzed using representative wells as examples. The scope and type of background information needed to identify the groundwater level regime are presented and an interpretation approach is proposed for preliminary assessment of the aquifer potential at the well site for providing the needed amount of groundwater.

Цитирање: Božović, Djordjije, Polomčić, Dušan, and Bajić, Dragoljub, “Characteristic groundwater level regimes in the capture zones of radial collector wells and importance of identification ( case study of Belgrade Groundwater Source)” у Geološki anali Balkanskoga poluostrva(77).

Creator

sr Božović, Djordjije
sr Polomčić, Dušan
sr Bajić, Dragoljub

Date

sr 2016

Identifier

sr 10.2298/GABP1677043B

Publisher

sr Rudarsko-geološki fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu

Source

sr Geološki anali Balkanskoga poluostrva

Subject

sr water supply
sr radial collector well
sr groundwater level regime

Abstract

sr Assessment of the operating modes of radial collector wells reveals that the pumping levels in the well caissons are very low relative to the depth/elevation of the laterals, which is a common occurrence at Belgrade Groundwater Source. As a result, well discharge capacities vary over a broad range and groundwater levels in the capture zones differ even when the rate of discharge is the same. Five characteristic groundwater level regimes are identified and their origin is analyzed using representative wells as examples. The scope and type of background information needed to identify the groundwater level regime are presented and an interpretation approach is proposed for preliminary assessment of the aquifer potential at the well site for providing the needed amount of groundwater.

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sr 43

Date Created

sr 53

Date Accepted

sr NULL

Date Copyrighted

sr 14

Date Submitted

sr NULL

Date Issued

sr 77

Spatial Coverage

sr Beograd

Provenance

sr č292

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