ground recharge

ground recharge

[′grau̇nd ¦rē‚chärj]
(electricity)
The flow of electrons from the ground, in reference to lightning effects.
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The work will include demolition and off-site disposal of the upper 3-feet of the existing concrete wharf structure, construction of a reinforced concrete cut-off wall at the south side of the site, filling to grade with granular fill, providing a ground recharge drainage system, paving and thermoplastic striping the parking lot, installing a concrete sidewalk with granite curb at Terminal Street, providing LED site lighting, chain link fencing and an island with booth at the entrance to the lot, and miscellaneous work in connection therewith.
The 600- year- old Baoli, a stepwell, shows a traditional method of harvesting rainwater through ground recharge.
Although the principles of the Meyboom and Rorabaugh methods are clear, the selection of daily and monthly river discharges for estimation of the ground recharge in the application still needs further examination.