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des Tombe, B (author), Bakker, M. (author), Smits, F.J.C. (author), Schaars, Frans (author), van der Made, Kees Jan (author)
An approach is presented to determine groundwater flow in unconsolidated aquifers with a heat pulse response test using a heating cable and a fiber-optic cable. The cables are installed together using direct push so that the cables are in direct contact with the aquifer. The temperature response is measured for multiple days along the fiber...
journal article 2019
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des Tombe, B (author), Bakker, M. (author), Schaars, Frans (author), van der Made, Kees Jan (author)
An approach is presented to determine the seasonal variations in travel time in a bank filtration system using a passive heat tracer test. The temperature in the aquifer varies seasonally because of temperature variations of the infiltrating surface water and at the soil surface. Temperature was measured with distributed temperature sensing...
journal article 2018
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des Tombe, B (author), Bakker, M. (author), Schaars, F (author), van der Made, KJ (author), Calje, R (author), Borst, L. (author)
Targeted provisional session N°8.01 The seasonal variation in residence times is determined in a managed aquifer recharge system using a passive heat tracer test. The managed aquifer recharge system consists of a sequence of alternating elongated recharge basins and rows of recovery wells. The temperature of both the water in the recharge basin...
abstract 2016
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Bakker, M. (author), Caljé, R. (author), Schaars, F. (author), Van der Made, K.J. (author), De Haas, S. (author)
A new approach is developed to insert fiber optic cables vertically into the ground with direct push equipment. Groundwater temperatures may be measured along the cables with high spatial and temporal resolution using a Distributed Temperature Sensing system. The cables may be inserted up to depths of tens of meters in unconsolidated sedimentary...
journal article 2015
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