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標題: 利用地電阻法探測集水井施工前後地下水脈影響
Using Electrical Resistivity Tomography for the Effect on Groundwater Flow of Drainage Well Construction
作者: 張博堯
Chang, Po-Yao
關鍵字: 地電阻法;Electrical resistivity tomography;地下水脈;集水井;Groundwater flow;Drainage well.
出版社: 土木工程學系所
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The main goal of this reserch is to evaluate the change of groundwater level by measuring the change of ground resistivity. The past investigation showed, the landslide of Old Tribal in Lishan was triggered by the groundwater level change. Results of are applied to the electrical resistivity tomography the groundwater level change and the effect of drainage well construction of.
Three test lines of resistivity in the area were measured. There are two different test program, one is to observe groundwater difference before and after drainage well construction ,the other is the changes of amount of rainfall by the drainage well effect. Through the differences caused by the results of measuring and the data of investigation of this area then compare with the resistivity to get the route of groundwater and the benefit of project of drainage well.
It is proved by the result that electrical resistivity tomography is applicable to groundwater research and drainage well effect. The of groundwater level in the area was lowered because of drainage well effect.
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