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Researcher Singh, Prahlad
Advisor Singh, P. K.
Source KrishiKosh-Indian National Agricultural Research System
Content type Text
Educational Degree Master of Technology (M.Tech.)
Publisher MPUAT
File Format PDF
Language English
Subject Domain (in DDC) Technology ♦ Agriculture & related technologies ♦ Techniques, equipment & materials
Subject Keyword Estimation ♦ Aquifer ♦ Parameters ♦ Basin ♦ Models ♦ Estimation of Aquifer Parameters For Jaisamand Basin Using Different Models ♦ Soil and Water Engineering
Abstract The main source of drinking and irrigation water in Udaipur district is open well. The common geological formation are Migmatite gneiss, felspathsied schist, Phyllite and mica schist, Granite, granodiorite, tonalitic gneiss, Pebby meta arkadose and conglomerate & Quartzite. Recurrent droughts have put tremendous pressure on groundwater resource of the area. Estimation of aquifer parameter is an important task in groundwater assessment. The aquifer parameters were estimated by pumping test. For pumping test, Acoustic water level Indicator was used. The data collected by pump test in different hydro-geological formations were analyzed by different methods viz, Papadopulos and Cooper, Modified Papadopulos and Cooper, Boulton and Streltsova, Statistical, Sen method and AQTESOLV software. These methods are used for estimation of transmissivity and storage coefficient. In the study area of Jaisamand basin Transmissivity ranges from 20.29 m2/day to 386.94 m2/day and Storage Coefficient values ranges from 0.00016 to 0.096 by curve matching methods. The value of Transmissivity ranges from 122.40 m2/day to 392.98 m2/day and Storage Coefficient values ranges from 0.0830 to 0.6919 by AQTESOLV software methods. The correlation between different methods was determined. Most of the methods were moderately correlated with each other for Transmissivity values. Storage Coefficient values show that there was very poor negative correlation between different methods. AQTESOLV software methods show the positive correlation with each others. The comparison with Papadopulos and Cooper method and other methods were made. About 1.49 per cent area of Jaisamand basin has Transmissivity less than 150 m2/day. About 8.00 per cent area of Jaisamand basin shows Transmissivity value 150-200 m2/day. About 9.43 per cent area of Jaisamand basin has transmissivity value between 200-250 m2/day. In the basin about 33.35 per cent area has the Transmissivity value in between 250-300 m2/day. In the basin about 41.84 per cent area has the Transmissivity value in between 300-350 m2/day. In the basin about 5.89 per cent area has the Transmissivity value 350-400 m2/day. The storage coefficient ranging between 0.000932 to 0.0394 contributes 99.13 per cent of basin area.
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG
Learning Resource Type Thesis
Publisher Place Udaipur
Size (in Bytes) 3.34 MB
Page Count 180