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Title: Modeling of infiltration from an artificial recharge basin with a decreasing ponded depth
Authors: AI-Muttair, Fouad F.
AI-Turbak, Abdulaziz S.
Keywords: Infiltration
Water
Recharge basin
Green and Ampt approach
Issue Date: 1991
Publisher: King Saud University
Citation: Journal of King Saud University Engineering Sciences: 3(1); 89-100
Abstract: The first important physical process in basin recharge is the infiltration of water from the basin's bed to the water table below. The Green and Ampt approach was applied to model infiltration from an artificial recharge basin with a decreasing ponded depth. Several field experiments were carried out. Results of one experiment were used to calibrate the model. The suggested approach was then used to predict infiltration for the other experiments and its results were compared to field values.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1988
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