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Journal of Geology and Mining Research
Slug test solutions require instantaneous water column in the recharge well, and it consider well storage and well loss not appropriate for recharge cases. State of the art suggests recharge hydraulics, a phenomenon synonymous to mirror image of well pumping. In this background, the present paper derives fresh semi-analytical equations for confined aquifer, which simultaneously determine unsteady recharge rates at the recharge well face and rising heads in the aquifer. Such computations thatdoi:10.5897/jgmr11.023 fatcat:zaksmnadxzgnlcqa456dnve4ja