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ID: 1474
Category: SFC-Sanitation Facilities Construction
Dates: 5/6/13-5/9/13
Location: Norman, OK
Description: This course introduces students to ground water hydrology and the methods of constructing domestic water wells. The course combines extensive classroom lecture with field demonstrations. Field demonstrations include well drilling by air and mud techniques, casing and screen setting, well development, test pumping, and geophysical well logging.
Learning Outcomes: •Define basic common hydraulic/hydrogeologic terms • Differentiate drilling methods •Explain the importance of well development •Select the proper screen and filter pack •Calculate the specific capacity of a well • Identify proper sealing and grouting techniques •Conduct a pumping test •Troubleshoot water quality issues
Prerequisites: None
Instructors: NA
Agenda File: Indian Health Service May 2010[1].pdf
CEU: 2.4 -
Status: Completed