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Drawdown across One Log Cycle when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given
Drawdown Across One Log Cycle=First Estimate of the Pumping Rate/2.7*Transmissivity GO
First Estimate of the Pumping Rate
First Estimate of the Pumping Rate=2.7*Transmissivity*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle GO
Equation for Pumping Rate when Transmissivity derived from the Time-Drawdown Graphs is Given
Pumping Rate=(Transmissivity*4*pi*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle)/Pumping Rate GO
Transmissivity Derived from the Time-Drawdown Graphs
Transmissivity=(2.3*Pumping Rate)/4*pi*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle GO
Pumping Rate from Distance-Drawdown Graphs when Transmissivity is Given
Pumping Rate=Transmissivity*2*pi*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle/2.3 GO
Transmissivity from Distance-Drawdown Graphs
Transmissivity=2.3*Pumping Rate/2*pi*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle GO
Pumping Rate when Transmissivity is Given for Inconsistent Units from Distance-Drawdown Graphs
Pumping Rate=Transmissivity*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle/70 GO
Transmissivity for Inconsistent Units from Distance-Drawdown Graphs
Transmissivity=70*Pumping Rate/Drawdown Across One Log Cycle GO
Modified Equation for Transmissivity from Time-Drawdown Graphs
Transmissivity=35*Pumping Rate/Drawdown Across One Log Cycle GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Transmissivity when Storage Coefficient from Distance-Drawdown Graphs is Given
Transmissivity=(Storage Coefficient*Distance from Pumping Well to Point Intersection^2)/(2.25*Time at which the Drawdowns were Measured) GO
Transmissivity when Time at which Steady-Shape Conditions Develop is Given
Transmissivity=7200*Distance from Pumping Well to Observation Well^2*Storage Coefficient/time at which steady-shape conditions develop GO
Transmissivity When Storage Coefficient is Given from Theis Equation
Transmissivity=(Storage Coefficient*Distance from Pumping Well to Observation Well^2)/(4*Time*Varying Dimensionless Group ) GO
Transmissivity When Discharge Quantity is Known
Transmissivity=(Quantity of water/Large Width of Aquifer)*(Distance Between the Points/Change in Head Between the Points) GO
Transmissivity when Distance from Pumping Well is Given
Transmissivity=Distance from Pumping Well to Point Intersection^2*Storage Coefficient/2.25*Time GO
Theis Equation to Determine Transmissivity
Transmissivity=(Pumping Rate*Well Function of u)/4*pi*Storage Coefficient GO
Transmissivity of Aquifer
Transmissivity=Hydraulic Conductivity*Aquifer Thickness at Midpoint GO
Transmissivity Derived from the Time-Drawdown Graphs
Transmissivity=(2.3*Pumping Rate)/4*pi*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle GO
Transmissivity from Distance-Drawdown Graphs
Transmissivity=2.3*Pumping Rate/2*pi*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle GO
Transmissivity for Inconsistent Units from Distance-Drawdown Graphs
Transmissivity=70*Pumping Rate/Drawdown Across One Log Cycle GO
Modified Equation for Transmissivity from Time-Drawdown Graphs
Transmissivity=35*Pumping Rate/Drawdown Across One Log Cycle GO

Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given Formula

Transmissivity=First Estimate of the Pumping Rate/2.7*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle
T=Q<sub>e</sub>/2.7*Δs
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Storage Coefficient when Distance from Pumping Well is Given GO
Transmissivity when Distance from Pumping Well is Given GO
First Estimate of the Pumping Rate GO
Drawdown across One Log Cycle when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given GO

What is Transmissivity?

Transmissivity describes the ability of the aquifer to transmit groundwater throughout its entire saturated thickness. Transmissivity is measured as the rate at which groundwater can flow through an aquifer section of unit width under a unit hydraulic gradient.

How to Calculate Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given?

Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given calculator uses Transmissivity=First Estimate of the Pumping Rate/2.7*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle to calculate the Transmissivity, The Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given is the rate at which groundwater flows horizontally through an aquifer. Transmissivity and is denoted by T symbol.

How to calculate Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given, enter First Estimate of the Pumping Rate (Qe) and Drawdown Across One Log Cycle (Δs) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6666.667 = 1/2.7*5.

FAQ

What is Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given?
The Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given is the rate at which groundwater flows horizontally through an aquifer and is represented as T=Qe/2.7*Δs or Transmissivity=First Estimate of the Pumping Rate/2.7*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle. First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is the actual volumetric pumping rate and Drawdown Across One Log Cycle from Time-drawdown graphs.
How to calculate Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given?
The Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given is the rate at which groundwater flows horizontally through an aquifer is calculated using Transmissivity=First Estimate of the Pumping Rate/2.7*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle. To calculate Transmissivity when First Estimate of the Pumping Rate is Given, you need First Estimate of the Pumping Rate (Qe) and Drawdown Across One Log Cycle (Δs). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for First Estimate of the Pumping Rate and Drawdown Across One Log Cycle and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Transmissivity?
In this formula, Transmissivity uses First Estimate of the Pumping Rate and Drawdown Across One Log Cycle. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Transmissivity=Hydraulic Conductivity*Aquifer Thickness at Midpoint
  • Transmissivity=(Quantity of water/Large Width of Aquifer)*(Distance Between the Points/Change in Head Between the Points)
  • Transmissivity=(Pumping Rate*Well Function of u)/4*pi*Storage Coefficient
  • Transmissivity=(Storage Coefficient*Distance from Pumping Well to Observation Well^2)/(4*Time*Varying Dimensionless Group )
  • Transmissivity=7200*Distance from Pumping Well to Observation Well^2*Storage Coefficient/time at which steady-shape conditions develop
  • Transmissivity=(2.3*Pumping Rate)/4*pi*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle
  • Transmissivity=35*Pumping Rate/Drawdown Across One Log Cycle
  • Transmissivity=2.3*Pumping Rate/2*pi*Drawdown Across One Log Cycle
  • Transmissivity=(Storage Coefficient*Distance from Pumping Well to Point Intersection^2)/(2.25*Time at which the Drawdowns were Measured)
  • Transmissivity=70*Pumping Rate/Drawdown Across One Log Cycle
  • Transmissivity=Distance from Pumping Well to Point Intersection^2*Storage Coefficient/2.25*Time
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