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Selection and application of underground water detection

Views: 11     Author: pqwt     Publish Time: 2023-08-23      Origin: PQWT

Finding underground water sources is a crucial issue in arid areas or farmlands that require additional irrigation. With the development of technology, we can use various instruments to help us drill wells to find water more effectively. In this article, we will introduce some of the major underground water detection and its working principle, usage and application in different scenarios.


I. Importance of Underground Water Detection

In arid and semi-arid regions, surface water is scarce, so finding underground water sources is especially important. In addition, in agricultural cultivation, drilling wells to find water can meet the continuous irrigation needs of crops and improve crop yield.

Second, the types and roles of underground water detection

1. Electronic water level meter: Electronic water level meter is a kind of instrument to measure the height of underground water level through electrode. It has the advantages of simple operation and accurate measurement, and is suitable for shallow groundwater detection.

2. Sensor: Sensor is an instrument to infer groundwater level by detecting soil water content. Common sensors include tensiometers and piezometers. These instruments are suitable for monitoring changes in soil moisture and finding groundwater sources.

3. Depth finder: Depth finder is an instrument that detects the groundwater level through ultrasonic or electromagnetic waves. It can measure the groundwater level at different depths and is suitable for deeper groundwater detection.

The working principle of underground water detection

1. Electronic water level meter: It calculates the height of groundwater level by measuring the potential difference between electrode and groundwater.

2. Sensor: Inferring the groundwater level by detecting the change of tension or infiltration pressure in the soil.

3. Depth detector: by transmitting ultrasonic or electromagnetic wave and receiving the reflected signal, calculate the groundwater level according to the propagation time and speed of the signal.

The use method of underground water detection

The use of underground water detection needs to follow certain steps and precautions. First of all, it is necessary to choose the appropriate instrument according to the terrain, geology and hydrology of the detection area. Then, install and debug the instrument to ensure its normal work. In the process of using the instrument, it is necessary to pay attention to safety to avoid electric shock and other accidents. At the same time, it is necessary to record the measurement data for subsequent analysis.

V. Application Scenarios of Underground Water Detection

1. Geological exploration: In geological exploration, underground water detection can help detect the location and storage capacity of underground water sources, providing important information for geological research.

2. Agricultural irrigation: In arid and semi-arid areas, underground water detection can help farmers find underground water sources, provide stable irrigation water sources for crops, and improve crop yields.

3. Industrial production: in some industrial production processes, such as mining, chemical industry, etc., underground water detection can help determine the location and storage of groundwater sources, providing water security for industrial production.

Future Development of Underground Water Detection

With the progress of science and technology, underground water detection is also improving and perfecting. In the future, we can look forward to the emergence of more accurate, more efficient and more intelligent underground water detection to provide better support for our water resources management and utilization.

In conclusion, the selection and use of appropriate underground water detection is of great importance in the search for groundwater sources. By understanding the different types of ground water detection, how they work and how to use them, we can make better use of these tools to provide more convenience for our production and life.