DESIGN CAPACITIES OF
       HORIZONTAL WELL SYSTEMS
            Leonardo Q. Liongson
      Team Energy Professorial Chair
...
Aim of the paper:
     To review and derive the design capacities of horizontal wells
     (infiltration gallery systems) ...
Part 2: Derivation for Rectangular Horizontal Galleries :


Case 1. A rectangular gallery with a filter bed,
under constan...
Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells
(derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007) – Case 1
Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells
(derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007) – Case 4
Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells
(derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007) – Case 4
Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells
(derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007) – Case 5
Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells
(derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007) – Case 5
Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells
(derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2008) – Case 6
Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells
(derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2008) – Case 6
Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells
(suggested in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2008) – Case 6
Part 2: Derivation for
Rectangular Horizontal Galleries -
Case 1
Part 2: Derivation for
Rectangular Horizontal Galleries –
Case 1 vs. Case 2
Part 2: Derivation
for Rectangular
Horizontal Galleries –
Case 2
Part 2: Derivation
for Rectangular
Horizontal Galleries –
Case 3
Part 2: Derivation
for Rectangular
Horizontal Galleries –
Case 4
Conclusion:
This paper has
• reviewed the design capacities of cylindrical horizontal wells
(with four (4) cases);
• deriv...
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Chair 2009 Liongson

  1. 1. DESIGN CAPACITIES OF HORIZONTAL WELL SYSTEMS Leonardo Q. Liongson Team Energy Professorial Chair in Energy Engineering Instituteof Civil Engineering College of Engineering University of the Philippines, Diliman Quezon City, Philippines 6th Engineering Professorial Chair Colloquium 6 July 2009
  2. 2. Aim of the paper: To review and derive the design capacities of horizontal wells (infiltration gallery systems) under the ff. cases: Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells (derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007 and 2008): Case 1. A horizontal well below a horizontal recharge boundary in a semi-infinite aquifer (exact solution). (Cases 2 and 3 are variations of Case 1 – not reviewed here). Case 4. A horizontal well below a horizontal recharge boundary and above a horizontal impermeable boundary in an infinite strip of aquifer (exact solution). Case 5. A horizontal well below a leaky aquitard layer (silt or clay lenses ) under a horizontal recharge boundary in a semi-infinite aquifer (approx. r<<b). Case 6. A horizontal well lying below a finite silt or clay lens represented by a doublet or a pair of counter-rotating vortices, under a horizontal recharge boundary in a semi-infinite aquifer (approx. r<<b).
  3. 3. Part 2: Derivation for Rectangular Horizontal Galleries : Case 1. A rectangular gallery with a filter bed, under constant head. Case 2. A rectangular gallery without a filter bed, under constant head. Case 3. A rectangular gallery with a filter bed, under constant recharge rate. Case 4. A rectangular gallery without a filter bed, under constant recharge rate.
  4. 4. Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells (derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007) – Case 1
  5. 5. Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells (derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007) – Case 4
  6. 6. Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells (derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007) – Case 4
  7. 7. Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells (derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007) – Case 5
  8. 8. Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells (derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2007) – Case 5
  9. 9. Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells (derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2008) – Case 6
  10. 10. Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells (derived in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2008) – Case 6
  11. 11. Part 1: Review for Cylindrical Horizontal Wells (suggested in previous Prof. Chair Lectures in 2008) – Case 6
  12. 12. Part 2: Derivation for Rectangular Horizontal Galleries - Case 1
  13. 13. Part 2: Derivation for Rectangular Horizontal Galleries – Case 1 vs. Case 2
  14. 14. Part 2: Derivation for Rectangular Horizontal Galleries – Case 2
  15. 15. Part 2: Derivation for Rectangular Horizontal Galleries – Case 3
  16. 16. Part 2: Derivation for Rectangular Horizontal Galleries – Case 4
  17. 17. Conclusion: This paper has • reviewed the design capacities of cylindrical horizontal wells (with four (4) cases); • derived the design capacities of rectangular infiltration gallery systems (with four (4) cases) ; • Explained the limitations in the asymptotic value of the design capacity of rectangular gallery with filter bed, under constant head, regardless of the length of the gallery. General Recommendation: Apply numerical seepage models to extend the results to other 2-D and 3-D layouts and geometries of horizontal wells, guided by the analytical results reviewed and derived in this paper.
  18. 18. THANK YOU !

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