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The rate of discharge from a borehole per unit of drawdown, usually expressed as m3/d·m.


Specific capacity is a measure of borehole performance and is calculated by dividing the yield of the borehole by drawdown induced by abstraction.

Why is specific capacity important?

Specific capacity is a measure borehole productivity and performance.




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