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SLUG TESTING DATA SHEETS
from Kansas Geological Survey
(distributed with permission)
Data Acquisition Sheet
Data Processing and Analysis Sheet
"Help yourself to think on your feet in the field"
- Improve the performance of your slug tests
- Design slug tests tailored to your site conditions
- Choose the appropriate test initiation techniques
- Field screen your data for improved reliability
- Understand important data processing methods
- Select the most appropriate analysis solutions
- Use data acquisition sheets included with the field guide
Four-sided, plastic-coated guide for designing, conducting, and analyzing slug tests.
It provides the critical procedures for identifying the most suitable equipment and test procedures for your well configuration, methods for assessing the quality of your slug tests in the field, and defining the most appropriate analysis procedures for your tests using simple flow charts....and much more.
It provides clear instructions from the beginning-to-end that are concise and simple to follow and is intended to be the single tool to help you to achieve reliable slug test results.
Modern slug testing is considerably more rigorous than the typical one-size-fits-all Bouwer and Rice slug tests of old. The FIELD GUIDE FOR SLUG TESTING AND DATA ANALYSIS by the Midwest GeoSciences Group is concise yet technically thorough with just the right amount of detail necessary to guide a user through the critical factors (such as well development) that affect slug testing results, the various methods to implement slug tests, and the best approach to data analysis for three different hydrogeologic / well construction settings. It is a superb ready-reference reminder to guide a user from start to finish through the planning, field performance and data analysis stages of slug testing.
- J. Michael Hawthorne, P.G., REM, CAPM, Principal Remediation Geoscientist, H2A Environmental, Ltd.
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