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Sustainable Wells Maintenance, Problem Prevention, and Rehabilitation

Handbook / Manual
By: Stuart A Smith and Allen E Comeskey
Publisher: CRC Press
Sustainable Wells
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Focusing on operational practicality, Sustainable Wells: Maintenance, Problem Prevention, and Rehabilitation serves as a comprehensive guide to state-of-the-art performance maintenance, prevention, and rehabilitation. This book addresses design features to maximize sustainability and cost-effectiveness issues in planning. It covers directional, horizontal, and vertical wells for water abstraction, recharge, barrier, and monitoring applications in both developed and developing countries. Including spreadsheets for readers to design and follow as well as recommendations based on historical performance, this text provides a single source for information on well sustainability.


A Brief Colorful History of Well Maintenance and Rehabilitation and Their Milestones Some History The Role of the "Environmental" Sector in Shaping Well Rehabilitation and Maintenance The Impact of Biology on Hydrogeology and Ground Water Technology Economics, Human Skills, Personalities, Demographics and Other Issues A Word About Terminology Causes and Effects of Well Deterioration Summary: Causes of Poor Performance True Grit -- Sand and Silt Yield and Drawdown Problems Chemical Incrustation Corrosion Plastic Deterioration Biofouling -- A Hitchhiker's Guide to How Life Takes Over Impacts on Treatment Plants Engineering and Construction Aggravation of Clogging and Corrosion Well Structural Deformation and Failure: Natural and Human-Caused Disaster-Related Flooding Management and Operational Overview Economic Impacts of Well Deterioration Identifying Costs of Well Deterioration Asset Management and Life Cycle Cost Assigning Economic Value A Costly Example Prevention Practice for Sustainable Wells Prevention -- Its Place in the Well Life Cycle Interlude: Teeth and Motor Vehicles Prevention: Design and Construction Considerations Well Development Preventing Contamination During Drilling, Well Construction, and Development Preventive Pump Choices and Actions Design Aspects: The "Cliff Notes" Version A Note About Well Houses Well Array Design Recommendations A Developing World Note Maintenance Monitoring Program for Wells Maintenance Monitoring: Rationale for Instituting a Monitoring Program Maintenance Procedures Overview Implementing a Maintenance Program -- It's Institutional, Not Personal Maintenance is Personal (and Personnel), Too Maintenance Basics A Maintenance Monitoring Protocol for Wells Recommended Testing and Information Monitoring Methods Summary of Recommendations for Maintenance Monitoring in Routine Practice Schedule of Maintenance Monitoring Actions for Wells Institutional and Funding Issues in Maintenance Planning, Analysis and Execution Preventive Treatments and Actions Sand/Sediment Pumping What Do We Do if We Have Corrosion? Biofouling (General) Inorganic Incrustations (General) Preventive Chemical Treatments Mechanical Agitation and Augmentation Chemical Emplacement Chemical Removal and Recovery In-Situ Maintenance Treatments Further Procedural Considerations Health and Safety Concerns Costs and Time of Routine Preventive Measures Rehabilitation and Reconstruction Decisions on Rehabilitation Methods: After Things Go Wrong Management and Safety in Well Rehabilitation Consultants and Contractors: Avoiding Trouble in Working Together Well Rehabilitation: Decision-Making on Methods Specifications for Rehabilitation The Role of Consultant Specifier-Observer Rehabilitation Methods: Technical Descriptions Physical Agitation The Pharmacopoeia: Chemical Use in Rehabilitation Blended Method Treatments Application of Rehabilitation Methods Summary Post-Treatment After Well Rehabilitation Some Follow-Up "Truisms" Learning and Going Forward Learning from the Past Where Do We Go from Here?

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By: Stuart A Smith and Allen E Comeskey
Publisher: CRC Press
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