In order to analyze the quantitative water withdrawal amount of intake pipe with functional screen and to evaluate the improvement effect of the suspended solid and turbidity through the filter media, four-step research methods were suggested. In the first step, laboratory scale experiments were constructed to determine the constitution method of the sample device filter media. In the second step, sample device was constructed and the flow rate was observed through intake pipe with functional screen. In the third step, flow rate was observed at different turbidity conditions for each filter material, and the hydraulic conductivity was estimated using MODFLOW. Finally, numerical model was constructed with the MODFLOW for the sample device and the estimated hydraulic conductivities were applied to the third step and the amount of water withdrawal was analyzed. As a result of applying hydraulic conductivity at 0 NTU, 39.96% more withdrawal was calculated than the observed flow rate. On the other hand, when hydraulic conductivity was applied at 100~120 NTU, the difference in flow rates was 9.41%.