Course Information
Course Title Code Semester T + P ECTS
Well Hydrolics JEL416 8 2 + 2 3

Prerequisites None

Language Turkish
Level Bachelor's Degree
Type Compulsory
Coordinator Assoc.Prof. YEŞİM BÜYÜKMERİÇ
Instructors
Goals The aquifer water level and flow measurement in wells according to aquifer types and characteristics to determine the presence of yield wells with various methods. Therefore, compiling a multilingual written pump test analysis aimed to present the appropriate method. The ideas about the management of water resources, groundwater movement and the formation of the technical analysis of the development.
Contents The establishment of the hydraulic connection between the groundwater and wells, determination of the aquifer and regime requirements, determination of the well site selection and pit design, determine the effect of the characteristics aquifer of geological structure, selecting the appropriate method depending on the aquifer characteristics, the associated water management with the well production, teaching the protection of aquifers and water budget
Work Placement(s) Absent

Number Learning Outcomes
1 Learn the ideas about the management of water resources, Groundwater movement and the formation of the technical analysis of the development

Mode of Delivery Face-to-Face
Planned Learning Activities & Teaching Methods Lectures, problem solvings, classworks
Assessment Methods Midterm examination %40, Final examination %60



Course Content
Week Topics Study Materials
1 Introduction and definitions: Classification of aquifers, pumping tests, pumping (experimental) features the well, measuring the water level, measuring the pumping flow rate, duration of pumping test, a balanced diet, unbalanced diet, static levels, dynamic levels, lower and lower cone, the domain radius, observation wells Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Kruseman, G. P. And Ridder, N.A., (1983), Analysis and evaluation of pumping test data, International Institute for Land Reclamation and Imprıvement/ILRI, p. 200, Wageningen.
2 Equipment of wells, equipments and improvement materials
3 The methods used in the calculation of the wells and aquifer characteristics: Balanced (Steady) regime; Drainage ditches, free aquifers, Dupu method, Thiem method Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.
4 The methods used in the calculation of the wells and aquifer characteristics: Balanced (Steady) regime; Impermeable base formation released aquifers are inclined, Schoeller formula, to reach the bottom of the drill-proof formula Porchetta Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.
5 The methods used in the calculation of the wells and aquifer characteristics: Balanced (Steady) regime; Impermeable base pattern inclined pressure aquifers, Dupu method, Thiem method, Wenzel method Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Kruseman, G. P. And Ridder, N.A., (1983), Analysis and evaluation of pumping test data, International Institute for Land Reclamation and Imprıvement/ILRI, p. 200, Wageningen.
6 The methods used to calculate the wells and aquifer characteristics: Unbalanced (Tranzitu's) regime; Theis method, Jacobi about method, Cooper Jacob method, Chow method, Promotion method (Houpeurt-Pouch Method) Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Kruseman, G. P. And Ridder, N.A., (1983), Analysis and evaluation of pumping test data, International Institute for Land Reclamation and Imprıvement/ILRI, p. 200, Wageningen.
7 The methods used to calculate the wells and aquifer characteristics: Unbalanced (Tranzitu's) regime; Theis method Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.
8 The methods used to calculate the wells and aquifer characteristics: Unbalanced (Tranzitu's) regime; Jacob about method, Cooper Jacob method Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.
9 The methods used to calculate the wells and aquifer characteristics: Unbalanced (Tranzitu's) regime; Promotion method (Houpeurt-Pouch Method) Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Kruseman, G. P. And Ridder, N.A., (1983), Analysis and evaluation of pumping test data, International Institute for Land Reclamation and Imprıvement/ILRI, p. 200, Wageningen.
10 Midterm Exam
11 Emptying the real regime; Maillet and Tison methods Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.
12 Boundary conditions and interference phenomena in wells; Positive boundary conditions, negative boundary condition Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.
13 Pumping wells in the event of interference, the image well system plans in various boundary conditions Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Butler, J. J. (1998), The Design, Performance, and Analysis of Slug Tests, Lewis Publishers, New York.
14 Catchment studies; drainage ditches, catchments horizontal, vertical catchments, mixed catchment Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Butler, J. J. (1998), The Design, Performance, and Analysis of Slug Tests, Lewis Publishers, New York



Sources
Textbook
Additional Resources Prof. Dr. Baki Canik, 1998, Hidrojeoloji, 286 s., Ankara C. W. Fetter, 2004, Uygulamalı Hidrojeoloji, 684 s., Çeviri, Gazi Kitapevi, Ankara Butler, J. J. (1998), The Design, Performance, and Analysis of Slug Tests, Lewis Publishers, New York Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p. Kruseman, G. P. And Ridder, N.A., (1983), Analysis and evaluation of pumping test data, International Institute for Land Reclamation and Imprıvement/ILRI, p. 200, Wageningen.



Assessment System Quantity Percentage
In-Term Studies
In-Term Total 0 0
Contribution of In-Term Studies to Overall
Contribution of Final Exam to Overall
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Course's Contribution to PLO
No Key Learning Outcomes Level
1 2 3 4 5
1 Has the sufficient background on mathematics, science and engineering in his own branch.
2 Makes use of conceptual and applied knowledge in mathematics, science and in his own area in accordance for engineering solutions.
3 Determines, defines, formulates and solves problems in engineering; fort his aim selects and applies the appropriate analytical models and modeling techniques.
4 Analyses a system, system component or process and in order to meet the requirements, designs under realistic conditions; thus applies modern techniques of design.
5 Selects and uses modern techniques and devices necessary for engineering applications.
6 Designs and carries out experiments, collects data, analyzes and comments on the findings.
7 Works effectively and individually on multi disciplinary teams.
8 Accesses knowledge, and to do this, does research, uses databases and other data sources.
9 Is aware of the importance of lifelong learning; follows advances in science and technology and updates his knowledge continuously.
10 Uses communication and information technology at least at advanced level of European Computer Driving License.
11 Communicates effectively both orally and in writing; uses a foreign language at least at B1 level of European Language Portfolio.
12 Communicates using technical drawing.
13 Is aware of the universal and social effects of engineering solutions and applications; is aware of entrepreneurship and innovativeness and is knowledgeable about the problems of the current age.
14 Has the awareness of Professional ethics and responsibility.
15 Has awareness about Project management, workplace applications, health of workers, environment and work security; and about legal consequences of engineering applications.



ECTS ALLOCATED BASED ON STUDENT WORKLOAD BY THE COURSE DESCRIPTION
Activities Quantity Duration (Hour) Total Work Load (h)
Course Duration 14 4 56
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 14 2 28
Assignments 1 4 4
Mid-terms 1 2 2
Final examination 1 2 2
Total Work Load (h) 92
Total Work Load / 30 (h) 3.07
ECTS Credit of the Course 3