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Ipolera roads bores, bore completion report rn 16879,16880 & 16881.

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Title

Ipolera roads bores, bore completion report rn 16879,16880 & 16881.

Creator

Paul, R.

Collection

E-Publications; ebooks; PublicationNT; E-Books; Report No 78/96

Date

1997

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Notes

Date:1997

Language

English

Series

Report No 78/96

File type

application/pdf.

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Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/228899

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/673599

Page content

Technical Report WRD96078 Viewed at 15:07:17 on 29/07/2010 Page 42 of 49. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I WATER RESOURCES DIVISION DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT TEST REPORT - BORE RN. 16881 Bore L-ocatioD.: Ipolera Client: Construction Agency, Trru~sport and Works Intended Use: Road maintanence Map: He~annsburg Grid Reference: 230530 E 7343602 N ********************************************************************************* RECOMMENDATIONS Pumping Rate: 0.7 L/sec Pump Setting: 101.0 m below Ground Level. General recommendations are given on the reverse side. The bore pumping rate has been calculated for 35 days continuous ~umping. Further advice can be obtained from: Water Resources Branch, Nth Stuart Highway, ALICE SPRINGS, NT., 0870 (In all correspondence please refer to borers RN number) ********************************************************************************* COMPLETION DETAILS Finished depth: 111.8 m Completion Date, 20/09/1996 TESTING DETAILS Standing Water Level, 52.13 m on 20/09/1996 Test Date: 21/09/1996 Test Rates: 1.0 L/sec Test Duration; 25 hou~s BORE CONSTRUCTION !nterva1 (m) 0.0 4.6 0.0 - 102.3 102.3 - 108.8 108.8 - 111.8 Description 203 mm ID blfuik steel casing 152 mm bla~~ steel casing 152 mm slotted steel casing 152 mm blap_~ steel casing WAR..XIING: Minimum iI::z.ternal bore diameter is 152 lIIm. Notes: ~. Top of casi~g as construc~ed was 0.5 ID above ground level. 2. All depths are measurec tram natu~al ground level. 3. Test rates are not necessezily i~dicative of sustainable long term pU:."1lping rat as . ********************************************************************************* COMHE~!TS The above recommendations are based on. a constant rate test at 4:.0 Lfsec for 25 hours and ass~~e hydrological conditions will ra~in COr-stfult. The SWL ana toc.al depth of the bere should be recorc.ed each t. i::r:.e pl1.'tlping equipment is removed from the bore. ********************************************************************************* w'"ATER QU.U,ITY Prepared by: B Paul


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