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|Statement||[by] S. B. Watt, W. E. Wood.|
|Contributions||Wood, W. E., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TD407 .W37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||77371828|
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Skip to main content. About Us; Our Impact; For Experts; WASH Systems; Make a donation. The choice, design, construction, operation, maintenance and repair of water lifting devices is a large subject that cannot be adequately covered in a chapter of this manual. Nevertheless, water lifting from hand dug wells has distinct advantages and features that are often overlooked and some of these are outlined in this chapter. Hand‑dug wells. Case study Example of the hand-dug well method. Construction methodology: • Excavate to depth of irst pre-cast concrete ring and to diameter of approximately metres • Add additional concrete rings as excavation deepens – de-watering will need to take place to keep excavating after water table depth is. Around here they call that a "Dug" well I'm not sure exactly how they did it but was told someone was lowered down into the well and used a bucket to get the dirt out. There are a lot of them around here. most of them have been blocked up so no one could fall in.
Wells in shallow and unconsolidated glacial and alluvial aquifers can be dug by hand using a pick and shovel. Loose material is brought to the surface in a container by means of rope and pulleys. The depth of a dug well may vary from about 3 to 15 m depending upon the position of the water table. This book was written in the early 's detailing the authors valuable experience constructing wells in Africa and India. He goes into great detail on choosing the best site, materials and tools, excavating down to water, sanitizing and maintaining the well/5. This publication in a guide for hand digging of wells in tropical or sub-tropical areas. General principles are presented, followed by a detailed description of the construction of a reinforced concrete lined circular shaft well, including alternative materials and techniques. KEYWORDS: TROPAG | Agricultural operations and engineering | Reference Documents | Agricultural Engineering | Tropical Cited by: Hand Dug Wells: Choice of Technology and Construction Manual, by Stephen P. Abbott 3 Glossary Word Definition Apron A concrete floor outside the head wall of a well. The apron provides a relatively clean environment around the well, and controls drainage of spilled water away from the well. Aquifer A water bearing channel or cavity in the soil or rock. Aquifers may beFile Size: KB.