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Borehole geophysical methods for analyzing specific capacity of multiaquifer wells

Gordon D. Bennett

Borehole geophysical methods for analyzing specific capacity of multiaquifer wells

by Gordon D. Bennett

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wells.

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    Statementby Gordon D. Bennett and Eugene P. Patten, Jr.
    SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper -- 1536-A, Ground-water hydraulics
    ContributionsPatten, E. P., Pennsylvania. Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 25 p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22968887M
    LC Control Number61009325

    Geophysical methods included borehole caliper, natural gamma, fluid resistivity and temperature, and heat-pulse flow meter. The approach used in this investigation was adopted from methods used by Williams and others () in the characterization of a fractured-sedimentary bedrock aquifer in Ventura County, California. Table of Contents Table of Abbreviations Chapter 1. Introduction and Acknowledgments Chapter 2. Occurrence of Groundwater and Aquifer Types Types of Subsurface Water Aquifers Energy Contained in Groundwater Unconfined Aquifers Confined Aquifers Aquifer Properties Storage Porosity MaterialsSpecific Yield Specific Retention Uniform SpheresStorage Coefficient Example Hydraulic .

    D()e1 Standard Guide for Purging Methods for Wells Used for Groundwater Quality Investigations. D Standard Test Method For Specific Gravity And Absorption of Rock For Erosion Control. D Standard Guide for Conducting Borehole Geophysical Logging—Electromagnetic Induction. Kenneth E. Peters, Philip H. Nelson, "Criteria to Determine Borehole Formation Temperatures for Calibration of Basin and Petroleum System Models", Analyzing the Thermal History of Sedimentary Basins: Methods and Case Studies, Nicholas B. Harris, Kenneth E. Peters.

    Borehole strings and chains; Buried grids; Downhole networks and arrays; Vertical arrays; VSP In the broadest sense, borehole networks and arrays are assemblies of geophysicalinstruments placed in. A well is an excavation or structure created in the ground by digging, driving, or drilling to access liquid resources, usually oldest and most common kind of well is a water well, to access groundwater in underground well water is drawn up by a pump, or using containers, such as buckets, that are raised mechanically or by hand.


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Borehole Geophysical Methods for Analyzing Specific Capacity of Multiaquifer Wells By GORDON D, BENNETT and EUGENE P. PATTEN, JR. GROUND-WATER HYDRAULICS GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER A Prepared in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Topographic and Geologic Survey, Department of Internal Affairs Property of U.S.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEYCited by: 6. Get this from a library. Borehole geophysical methods for analyzing specific capacity of multiaquifer wells. [Gordon D Bennett; E P Patten; Pennsylvania. Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey.; Geological Survey (U.S.)].

Borehole geophysical methods for analyzing specific capacity of multiaquifer wells (Geological Survey water-supply paper) Paperback – January 1, by Gordon D Bennett (Author)Author: Gordon D Bennett. Borehole geophysical methods for analyzing specific capacity of multiaquifer wells: ground-water hydraulics Water Supply Paper A.

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Borehole geophysical methods for analyzing specific capacity of multiaquifer wells / By Gordon D. Bennett, E. (Eugene P.) Patten, Geological Survey (U.S.) and Pennsylvania. Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey.

Bates, Audie, and Blanks, G.L. Application of a trifunctional annular production log in deep wells in west Texas and New Mexico: Southwestern Petroleum Short Course Association Annual Meeting, Lubbock, Tex.,Proceedings, p.

Jr.,Borehole geophysical methods for analyzing specific capacity of multiaquifer wells: U.S. Geophysical Characterization and Borehole Geophysical Logging Tools to Aid Monitoring Well Placement and Completion Author: US EPA, ORD Subject: Ron Sloto, USGS Keywords: Study of the Potential Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing on Drinking Water Resources, Case Studies Technical Workshop, RTP, NC, JBorehole geophysics, log, flowmeter.

The method has been used to investigate potential distributions in multilayered aquifers of finite radial extent being pumped at constant rate using completely penetrating wells. An analysis of. Standard Borehole-Geophysical Methods.

A suite of borehole-geophysical logs was collected before and after blasting in six test wells at the site to detect and characterize fractures, quantify their hydraulic properties, and determine effects of the blast.

The geophysical logs included caliper, deviation, gamma, electromagnetic conductivity. Evaluation of geophysical techniques for identifying fractures in program wells in Deaf Smith County, Texas: Revision 1, Topical report.

Appendix J Mathematical Analysis of Preliminary Development Methods for Gravel Envelope Wells J.1 Well Development Models J.2 Comparison of Development Methods J.3 Conclusions J.4 Mathematical Models for Development Methods References Appendix K Ground Water Models K.1 Physical Ground Water The self-potential method is a passive geophysical method that is sensitive to the generation of electrical current densities in the ground.

The method consists in mapping or monitoring passively electrical potentials on the ground surface or in wells using a set of non-polarizing electrodes (e.g., Cu/CuSO 4 or Pb/PbCl 2 electrodes).

One of. Guidelines for Solving Specific Drilling Fluid Problems Chapter Well Screens and Methods of Sediment-Size Analysis Continuous-Slot Screen. Other Types of Well Screens Sediment-Size Analysis. Chapter Water Well Design WELL DRILLING METHODS enlarge a borehole. This tool sometimes consists of a I 0-to ft (3-to m.

Karst geological anomalies at pile locations significantly affect the bearing capacity and construction safety of the piles, posing a significant challenge for urbanization. Borehole geophysical methods are required to extend the detection range and identify karst voids that are.

@article{osti_, title = {Advances in borehole geophysics for hydrology}, author = {Nelson, P H}, abstractNote = {Borehole geophysical methods provide vital subsurface information on rock properties, fluid movement, and the condition of engineered borehole structures. Within the first category, salient advances include the continuing improvement of the borehole televiewer, refinement of.

drilled wells in their countries. Machine-drilled wells are often very expensive and not aff ordable by large parts of the population in developing countries. Another option is to drill ‘shallow’ water wells (up to about 35 meter depth) by hand, so reducing the price of a well by a factor 4 compared to a machine-drilled borehole.

Methods for establishing groundwater levels and measuring pressure heads (e.g., monitoring wells, piezometers) and estimating aquifer characteristics (e.g., pumping tests, slug tests, packer tests) are presented.

Chapter 8 presents the laboratory testing methods commonly used to. An Applied Geophysical Company Office: () Subsurface Surveys, an applied geophysics company, uses a variety of geophysical methods to solve engineering, geological, environmental and forensic problems.

The methods and instruments we use are chosen to meet the specific needs of our clients and accommodate the existing field. Introduction. In a manner analogous to the use of geophysics in other contexts like petroleum and mineral exploration, geophysical applications to geothermal resource exploration had an initial phase that emphasized targeting anomalous data, and that evolved into approaches to assessing target and capacity risk using conceptual the s and s, parts of the geothermal.

Well logging, also known as borehole logging is the practice of making a detailed record (a well log) of the geologic formations penetrated by a log may be based either on visual inspection of samples brought to the surface (geological logs) or on physical measurements made by instruments lowered into the hole (geophysical logs).Some types of geophysical well logs can be done.Table (remote sensing and surface geophysical methods) and Table (borehole geophysical methods) in this guide can be used to locate discussions of specific methods in the Desk Reference Guide.

This reference guide is not intended to provide guidance on how to use specific geophysical methods.along the screen/borehole are sampled, or 2) the data quality objectives (DQOs) warrant sampling a specific zone (e.g., the shallow water table to investigate the potential for vapor intrusion inside a building) or specific zones where sufficient geophysical (e.g., heat-pulse flowmeter, caliper and temperature logs, etc.) and hydrogeological.