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Bore Completion Report RN 29012, RN 29013, RN 29090. Stuart Highway and Delmere Road Production Bores.



Bore Completion Report RN 29012, RN 29013, RN 29090. Stuart Highway and Delmere Road Production Bores.


Moser, A.


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Technical Report WRD94031 Viewed at 15:07:29 on 29/07/2010 Page 15 of 34. WATER RESOURCES DIVISION TEST REPORT - BORE RN. 29013 Bore Location: STUART HIGffi1AY. Map: [~ARRlMAH 1:100,000 Sheet: 5566. Grid Reference: 292 - 450. Client Purpose T ' " ~ w. ROADS BORE. ***********************************************~~******kj**********~***~*~~*_* RECmndENDATION. Pumping Rate: 10 Lis. Pump Setting: 50 m. For alternative ptwlping rates or settings contact Gene!:'al recommendations are on the reverse side. In all correspondence please quote bore RN 29013. V.Jater Resources ~ Sasco House, Darv-Iin NT. **~**~*****x****************************************** *~********************** BORE DATA. Finished depth: 103.3 m~ completion Date: 11/12/93. Test Date: 14(1/94. Test Rate: Standing I'later Level: 42.42 m on 14/01/94. Construction details: T6-st Duration: Interval. 0- 4.5m o - 52.3 m 52.3 - 103.3 m 254 rn..'l'fl 156 ITh."U 152 mm Description. ID steel casing. ID steel edsing. open hole. Notes: Top of casing as constructed was 0.52 m above ground. All depths are measured from l:ldtural ground level. 10 r~/s. 13.3 hrs. 1. 2. 3. Test rates are not indicative of safe long term pll . ..l\\ping rates. Np.RNING: HINIMlJM INTER.t\fAL BORE DIAI1ETEr< IS 152 M~. i"'lINIi-1UM INTERNAL BORE DIAM:ETER TO R'COMMENDED PfJIYIP SET?ING IS 156 mm. *************************************************************************** COMMENTS. 1. The above recommendations are based on a step test up to 18 Lis and a constant rate test at 10 Lis for 13.3 hrs and aSSlliue hydrological conditions remain constant. 2. Provision to monitor " .... ater levels and obtain w"ater sa.'"Tlples while pu,--nping should be incorporated \.;hen equipping this bore. 3. This bore is capable of higher yields. For further advice contact Water Resources. ***********************************************************************~* WATER ANALYSIS. No 93/94/0726. Prepared by: PRESS 31/1/94 Checked by: A MOSER 14.2.94

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