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    • Development of artificial neural network of mine dewatering 

      Ngoie, Sage (University of the Free State, 2017)
      Open pit mines often experience problems related to groundwater inflows. To perform mineral extraction in safe conditions with high productivity, it is essential to have dry working conditions. For this reason, the groundwater ...
    • DNAPLs in South African fractured aquifers : occurrence, fate and management 

      Pretorius, Jennifer Anne (University of the Free State, 2008-12-12)
      English: The potential for the widespread contamination of groundwater by Dense Non-aqueous Liquids (DNAPLs) in South Africa is substantial, because of the extensive production, transport, utilisation, and disposal of large ...
    • Estimation of representative transmissivities of heterogeneous aquifers 

      Steyl, Gideon (University of the Free State, 2011-11)
      English: The study describes the effect of calculating a generalised mean transmissivity or hydraulic conductivity value for a region or aquifer system as it pertains to South Africa. Resource determination of an area is ...
    • Experimental determination of rock hydrological properties using elastic parameters 

      Du Preez, Michael (University of the Free State, 2007-11)
      English: As groundwater becomes increasingly vital as a viable source of fresh water in arid or remote areas, where surface water supplies are insufficient to sustain life, agriculture and industry, it has become important ...
    • A groundwater-surface water interaction study of an alluvial channel aquifer 

      Gomo, Modreck (University of the Free State, 2011-11)
      The study describes the application complimentary geohydrologic tools to investigate the geohydrological properties of an alluvial channel aquifer and its interaction with the river surface water resources. Primary field ...
    • Quantification and modelling of heterogeneities in aquifers 

      Ahokpossi, Dehouegnon Pacome (University of the Free State, 2017-01)
      English: The future of modelling of heterogeneity in aquifers is definitively in the designing of new in situ testing (hydraulic and mass transport) procedures with new corresponding mathematical models. New trends in ...