Clogging of Wells
By C.G.E.M. (Kees) van Beek
IWA Publishing

This text provides a comprehensive description of the various causes and processes associated with well clogging. It provides recommendations for well construction and ways to distinguish between both clogging types as well as describing methodologies for prevention.
The book summarizes the developments in the fields of well design, well construction, and well operation and provides practical instructions based on theoretical insights. The author has more than 30 years of experience in the field of groundwater abstraction.

2012/153 pages
Catalog #T1094
    Member price $144.00
    Nonmember price $179.00

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