Seepage Meters and Bernoulli ’ s Revenge

@inproceedings{Shinn2002SeepageMA,
  title={Seepage Meters and Bernoulli ’ s Revenge},
  author={E A M Robbin Shinn and Christopher D. Reich},
  year={2002}
}
Evaluation of seepage data from a network of 50 permanently deployed submarine seepage meters, specially constructed from fiberglass, indicates that the devices artificially advect (Bernoulli effect) shallow ground water. Reverse flow into the rock was not observed even when adjacent piezometers installed 2-m to 20-m below the rock-water interface indicated negative groundwater heads. Quantitative testing of five different designs, including conventional end-of-oildrum designs, indicates that… CONTINUE READING

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