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ResonantSonic drilling

ResonantSonic drilling

demonstrated at U.S. Department of Energy, Hanford Site and Sandia National Laboratory

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Published by The Dept., Available to the public from the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.], Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drilling and boring -- Technological innovations.,
  • Hazardous waste site remediation -- Technological innovations.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared for U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management, Office of Technology Development.
    SeriesInnovative technology summary report
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Energy.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination14, 5, 1 p.
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15421751M

    Get all the power of full sized sonic drill rigs on a small foot print. These agile, rubber track mounted Terra Sonic TSi Compact Crawler rigs are the newest and most technologically advanced sonic rigs available. Using sonic energy, sonic drill rigs achieve fast, clean, low-impact drilling in a wide variety of geotechnical, environmental. ResonantSonic drilling [microform]: demonstrated at U.S. Department of Energy, Hanford Site and Sandia In situ enhanced soil mixing [microform]: demonstrated at U.S. Department of Energy, XB, Portsmouth.

    Services. Resonant develops RF front-end designs, in collaboration with customers, as part of our licensing strategy. These Infinite Synthesized Networks℠ design services utilize our unique design tools. Contact us for ISN℠ design services in the following areas: New RF front-end products; Improved radio performance. Sonic Drilling does not suffer from refusal upon encountering difficult to drill material – builds confidence in upfront supply chain cost projections. Quality continuous soil profiling offered as standard. Most in-situ geotechnical samplers/apparatus easily incorporated between drill runs.

    The SONIC Drilling MethodThe SONIC Drilling Method. Outline SONIC Technology – Sonic BasicsSonic Basics – Capabilities of the SONIC Method – Equipment configurations available Potential Advantages Potential Geotechnical Applications Cost. SONIC Drilling & Sampling - . Resonant sonic energy is controlled by the driller to match the frequency of the formation and corresponds with the natural frequency of the drill string resulting in the maximum amount of energy being delivered to the sonic bit. At the same time, friction of the soil immediately adjacent to the entire drill string is substantially minimized.


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ResonantSonic @ drilling has been demonstrated and deployed as an innovative tool to access the subsurface for installation of monitoring andlor remediation wells and for collection of subsurface materials for environmental restoration applications.

Sonic Drilling is an innovative method to reach contamination in soil and groundwater. The resonant sonic drill rig uses counter-rotating weights to generate energy, which causes the drill pipe to vibrate elastically along its entire : T.

Peterson. The ResonantSonic drilling method, requires no mud, air or water for rapid penetration through geologic materials ranging from rock and clay to sand and boulders. The specialized drill head imparts high frequency vibrations into a steel drill pipe creating a drilling action which allows the retrieval of continuous, undisturbed cores.

ResonantSonic{trademark} drilling has been demonstrated and deployed as an innovative tool to access the subsurface for installation of monitoring and/or remediation wells and for collection of subsurface materials for environmental restoration applications.

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the use of his sonic drill as well as the multitude of facts and stories about sonic drilling. I would also like to thank Rob Dobush of Blue Star Enterprises Northwest for assembling and operating the sonic drill for our tests and Brian Seaholm for writing the data.

Coauthored by a leading drilling engineering professor/researcher and a well-experienced drilling research advisor, Drilling Engineering explains the fundamentals and field practices in drilling operations. ResonantSonic drilling book textbook is an excellent resource for drilling engineers, drilling supervisors and managers, and petroleum engineering students/5(5).

Alternative drilling methods are under investigation at the Hanford site, including the use of resonant sonic drilling methods (Volk, ; Volk and others, ) and the cone penetrometer (NWN, e).

The former has about twice the rate of penetration and is similar in cost to the cable tool method (Volk, ). Sonic Drilling Sonic is an advanced form of drilling which employs the use of high-frequency, resonant energy generated inside the Sonic head to advance a core barrel or casing into subsurface formations.

During drilling, the resonant energy is transferred down the drill string to the bit face at various Sonic frequencies. Emergency Hand Water Well Pump - Foot PEX Pipe - Easy Manual Backup - Flexible - Fully Assembled. out of 5 stars 6. Guide to water wells and locating ground water.: Top things you should know before drilling a well.

by Mr Ferdinand Metz | out of 5 stars 2. Get it as soon as Thu, Jan Resonant Sonic Drilling. Description. ResonantSonic™ Drilling is an innovative tool used to drill wells that are primarily used for sampling.

The ResonantSonic Drilling rig uses a combination of mechanically generated vibrations and limited rotary power to penetrate the soil.

Created Date: 11/4/ PM. and let you get on with your business. urban, rural, over-the-water - you name it. Gregory Drilling has the specialized rigs and expert drillers to successfully complete all of your drilling projects, from simple to complex.

Sinceour seasoned drillers have completed drilling projects of all sizes and in all types of challenging conditions. HOW SONIC WORKS: A SONIC drill is more precisely identified as a rotary vibratory drill.

It is capable of high drilling speeds as well as accomplishing tasks, such as continuous coring that cannot be carried out by any other equipment. At first glance, a SONIC drill rig looks very much like a conventional air or mud rotary drill rig.

The patented sonic drill head, manufactured by the Sonic Drill Corporation, provides the rotation and vibration forces necessary to rapidly drill and case holes for the installation of water wells.

High frequency resonant vibrations are sent down the drill string to the drill bit. The operator controls the frequency to suit specificFile Size: 1MB. An Introduction to Acoustics S.W. Rienstra & A. Hirschberg Eindhoven University of Technology 28 Nov This is an extended and revised edition of IWDE Comments and corrections are gratefully accepted.

This file may be used and printed, but for personal or educational purposes only. c S.W. Rienstra & A. Hirschberg Roto-Sonic Drilling. In addition to Direct Push Technology and conventional drilling services, SAEDACCO also offers Roto-Sonic drilling services.

We currently utilize Geoprobe LS and LS sonic drills. These drills are compact, track-mounted, capable of using both 5 foot and 10 foot tooling and are equipped with the Geoprobe hands-free. Digging in: ResonantSonic's drills vibrate because they have two out-of-balance rollers attached to the drill pipe.

Vibrations reach a frequency of 50 to hertz a second, creating an audible : Celia Lamb. Sonic drilling advances a borehole using resonant high frequency vibrations to fluidize the formation at the drill bit.

Vibrations created in the sonic head at the top of the drill string move rapidly up and down the drill string with intense vibration at the drill bit. The power of Geoprobe® sonic drilling rigs comes from the GV5 sonic head.

lbs. of dynamic force has the power to advance up to inch diameter tooling. And with 4, lbf at 90 rpm, the 2-speed rotation drive has the torque needed to maintain rotation in tight formations. Sonic drilling works by sending high frequency vibration from the drill head through the drill string (or pipe) to the drill bit.

The Sonic Drill Rig Operator can adjust the resonance frequency to suit the type of rock or soil being drilled into (usually to a frequency between 50htz and htz)/5(23).Most guided drilling systems utilize high-speed downhole turbine (Figure ) or positive-displacement motors ( to 1, revolutions per minute [rpm]; Figure ) to obtain high drilling Alamos National Laboratory developed geothermal turbodrills that operate effectively in hot-dry-rock geothermal wells at temperatures in excess of °C (°F).Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Staff, National Research Council.

Drilling and Excavation Technologies for the Future. Washington: National Academies Press, © Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: National Research Council Staff.