Lesson 1 - Interpretation of Constant Rate Test in confined infinite aquifer using observation borehole hydrograph
This lesson explains, how to start a project and interpret a constant rate pumping test using Theis (1935) solution.
Lesson 2 - Data input for aquifer test interpretation - Wizard metod
There are two ways to enter data into the ANSDIMAT: wizard input and advanced (manual) input. This lesson will show how to input data using the wizard option, which is the recommended method for beginners. The wizard will guide you through the data input process.
Lesson 3 - Data input for aquifer test interpretation - Manual metod
This lesson will teach you how to input aquifer testing data in the manual mode. Manual data input is an advanced method that is recommended for more complex conditions (e.g. complex shape of boundaries).
Lesson 4 - Aquifer test interpretation by graphical methods
This lesson will teach you to interpret the results of an aquifer test using graphical methods.
Lesson 5 - Interpretation of a step test
This lesson will teach you how to input and interpret data for a step-drawdown test. Step-drawdown tests (or step tests) are often conducted prior to standard constant-rate aquifer tests in order to determine well efficiency and choose the pumping rate for a constant-rate test.