groundwater science
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For one dimensional flow, what is the flow rate in a 2.0m long sample of clean saturated sand having a crosssectional area of 0.05 m2, and a hydraulic conductivity value of 103 m/s, if the drop in head over the length of the sand sample is 0.03 m?
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