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Well drilling methods

Well drilling methods

Last week, we published an article for you and described the structure of the waste well in full. Also, at the end of our talk, we also told you two well drilling methods and explained them completely. We will briefly recap these two and then explore the other methods in plumbing in Toronto together.

  • Drilling a sewage well with a mechanical device
  • Thermal well drilling

Water well drilling

In this well drilling method, using the water pressure provided on the surface, it becomes possible to drill a well. Here, the water pressure breaks the rock resistance by wearing the rock surface, and thus, drilling takes place. This method is also used in the extraction of coal and placer deposits by increasing the water pressure.

Vibration well drilling

In this method, by creating vibrations with a frequency of 100 to 20,000 revolutions per second, the stone can be broken. One of the most common vibration drilling methods is the ultrasonic drilling method.

Chemical well drilling

In this method, one of the well drilling methods can be drilled in layers by using chemical reactions caused by the explosion of explosives. Usually, two types of expenses are used in this method:

  • A cylinder bore that causes a cylinder hole to be dug.
  • The cost of the hole, which increases the diameter of the hole.

Electric well drilling

In this method, one of the methods of drilling a well with column or arc or spark electric production, penetration operation is performed in the rock. In some of these methods, despite the high temperature, due to the short time of contact with electricity, the stone does not melt; But in other methods, due to the high temperature and the long contact time of the electricity with the stone surface, the stone breaks after the stone surface melts.

Laser well drilling

Electromagnetic radiation can be produced in columns with laser rays. This type of radiation can be used to vaporize or melt rock, create fractures in rock, and dig holes. By shining strong columnar laser waves on the surface of the rock, it is possible to cause the evaporation of the surface of the rock, and the melting and breaking of the rock around the melting range. The operating radius of these areas depends on the intensity and power of the laser beam.

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