Papers by Author: Hua Jin

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Authors: Rui Liang, Qiao Zhu, Huan Lian Ren, Hua Jin
Abstract: Beizhangdian watershed is a typical semi-dry and semi-humid region, where human activities have little effect on the hydrological cycle. Based on a 30-year hydrological observation data, the precipitation, runoff, and rainfall-runoff relationship were researched by the hydrology statistics analysis methods. The results indicated that the inter-annual change of rainfall-runoff of the watershed is remarkable, the annual distribution of rainfall-runoff is extremely uneven, and rainfall-runoff mainly occurred in flood season (June ~ September). There is a good uniformity between the variation tendency of annual rainfall and annual runoff in time and amount, the correlation coefficient of rainfall and runoff is 0.74, the value of the F-test is 4.23.
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Authors: Lian Qing Zhao, Liang Gao, Hua Jin
Abstract: Nanyang River channel regulation is one of the major projects for river comprehensive management project in Tianzhen reach of the Nanyang River. According to the geological conditions of ecological restoration, Gabion retaining wall is designed to protect the bed or banks of a stream against erosion. Gabion is made of double twisted hexagonal wire mesh, the thickness of gabion basket and mattress is 50 cm and 30 cm respectively. The slope protection work consists of two parts, the lower part is vertical wall and the upper part is slope wall. The results show that this work can solve the problem of uneven settlement and river scouring, sustain restoration of biodiversity and achieve the harmonious coexistence of humanity and nature.
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Authors: Lin Wei Feng, Ju Guo Wu, Fu Cui Li, Shu Yan Xing, Hua Jin
Abstract: Some management information databases (MIBS) have been developed in recent years to help the water resource managers with more effective and fast work. Yet few integrated models of water resources management can be observed so far. This paper discussed and designed the Integrated Water Resources Management Information Database (IWRMI-Database) for Changzhi City, Shanxi Province. In this database, the requirements of water-use statistics, water intake permission and levy on water resources were studied in detail, the data which play a decisive role in management were analyzed, and the concept and physical models of the database were built with the modeling tool, Sybase Power Designer, which greatly saved the development time.
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Authors: Hui Jun Shi, Xin Qi, Hua Jin
Abstract: Considering the complexity and randomness of the karst groundwater systems, a multiple linear regression model was developed for groundwater-level prediction based on the R language. The Jinci Spring basin was taken as a case study. Results show that the established model can predict the dynamics of the karst groundwater levels with high accuracy at an annual time scale, which can be served for macroscopic groundwater management.
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Authors: Peng Jie Wang, Hua Jin, Tian Ju Zhang
Abstract: The height of the water flowing fractured zone and the extent of water inrush caused by coal mining are the main influence factors on aquifer systems. Taking a coal mine of Shanxi province as research object, the impact of coal mining on regional surface water and groundwater was evaluated. The heights of the water flowing fractured zone of coal seams in No.3, No.8-2, No.15-1 and No.15-3 were 68.62~98.62m, 31.21~58.25m, 30.59~33.41m and 31.45~42.33m respectively. The results showed that the surface would not be penetrated and the surface water environment could not be impacted seriously. While the lower shihezi formation aquifer which was the mined-out area of coal seams in No.3 and No.8-2 would be penetrated. Coal seam in No.15-3 belongs to relatively safe area, which water inrush coefficient ranged from 0MPa/m to 0.0148MPa/m.
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Authors: Yan Duan, Hua Jin, Xu Zhao Wang
Abstract: Thermal conductivity is one of the key factors influence the heat exchange performance of Ground-coupled heat pump systems (GCHP), which is effected significantly by soil moisture content around the ground heat exchanger system. The clay thermal conductivity under moisture content of 0, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25% and 30% were determined through thermal conductivity probe experiment. The results showed a variation with three phases of the thermal conductivity changes with clay moisture content, that firstly, the thermal conductivity increased slowly with a moisture content of 0~5%, secondly, which sharply increased with a high positive linear correlation when the moisture content was 5%~25%, then the growth tendency was slow even began to fall, as well as the correlation equation of the second phase was fitted. This study provides methodological and theoretical references for the further research on the influence factors of thermal conductivity under various situations.
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