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Graduate Record 2005-2006 
Graduate Record 2005-2006 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

CE 655 - Ground-Water Hydrology

Topics include Darcy’s Law, fluid potential, hydraulic conductivity, heterogeneity and anisotropy, the unsaturated zone, compressibility, transmissivity and storativity, the 3-D equation of ground-water flow, steady-state and transient regional ground-water flow, and well hydraulics, including discussions involving Theis’ Inverse Method, Jacob’s Method, slug test analyses, and the principle of superposition. Students solve transient, one-dimensional and steady-state, two-dimensional ground-water flow problems by solving the governing partial differential equations by the finite-difference technique. Also includes numerical solution of tridiagonal systems of linear equations, truncation errors, and stability analysis. Requires writing computer programs using Fortran, C++, or an equivalent. (Y)

Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisite: CS 101, CE 315, CE 336, or equivalent.

Credits: 3