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Wells

Jupyter Notebooks for teaching well testing.

Cloud Access

Use the Binder badge to open a binder notebook.

Local Installation

Ensure you have Anaconda Python 3.X installed. Then

  1. Clone the repo
git clone https://github.com/ddempsey/wells
  1. CD into the repo and create a conda environment
cd wells

conda env create -f environment.yml

conda activate wells
  1. Add the conda environment so it is accessible from the Jupyter Notebook
python -m ipykernel install --user --name=wells

Use

If you are a local user, open a Jupyter Notebook server from the terminal

jupyter notebook

In the local server, or via the binder linke, open the well_test.ipynb notebook. In the local server, select the wells environment in Kernel > Change kernel.

Run the notebook cells.

A document has been included in the repository with questions to test your understanding of the pumping test concepts.

Author

David Dempsey (Civil and Natural Resource Engineering, University of Canterbury)

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