Electronic Book Version of "Introduction to
Ground-Water Hydraulics - A Programmed Text for Self Instruction"
Benjamin S. Levy
Gordon D. Bennett's self-guided tutorial, Introduction to Ground-Water Hydraulics - A Programmed Text for Self Instruction, is presented with hypertext
links between questions on ground-water hydraulics in the following seven chapters: (1) Definitions and General Concepts; (2) Darcy's Law; (3) Application of Darcy's Law to Field Problems; (4) Ground-Water Storage; (5)
Unidirectional Nonequilibrium Flow; (6) Nonequilibrium Flow to a Well; and (7) Finite-Difference Methods. A. Generalizations of Darcy's Law. B. Partial derivatives in ground-water flow. C. Development of additional solutions by
superposition. D. Techniques of the finite-difference solution of the ground-water flow equation. Answering the question correctly "jumps" you to a further explanation and another question that further tests your
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Instruction comes complete with a searchable list of book topics. It's a "stand-alone" application using the Mathcad engine, requiring no additional purchase of software. Requirements: Pentium running Microsoft Windows 95 or higher and 4 MB RAM.
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