A bit of Groundwater: Darcy’s Law [with rhythm and flow!]

Berkeley, Monday, June 1, 2020 2:48 PM

Darcy’s Law, named after the French Great Scientist Henry Darcy (1856) [2] has been so far a unique contribution to describe very well the hydraulic gradients, and so to describe groundwater flow. I will let Professor Neupauer to explain it to you with rhythm and flow. It really should become a hit.

Darcy’s Law by Dr. Neupauer [1]

Consulted references and notes without really a cross reference in the text. Just letting you know the origen of some quotes from what I wrote:

[1] University of Colorado, at Boulder (2015) Professor teaching accomplishment’s recognized internationally. Retrieved on June 1, 2020 from https://www.colorado.edu/ceae/2015/03/05/professors-teaching-accomplishments-recognized-locally-internationally

[2] , Fitts, C. 2013. Groundwater Science. [See page 48]

[3] Regarding Darcy experiment as cited in Fitts (2013) The citation is Darcy, H.P.G., 1856. Les Fontaines publiques de la ville de Dijon. Victor Dalamont. Paris

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