Define the transmissivity and reynold number, Civil Engineering

Define the Transmissivity and Reynold Number

TRANSMISSIVITY: (T) A measurement of the rate of groundwater movement through different soil and rock materials. For both confined and unconfined aquifers of thickness Y. 

            T = KY   

REYNOLD NUMBER: (Re) Typically less than one (1) in groundwater flows.

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