What are the constructional aspects of well foundations, Mechanical Engineering

What are the Constructional Aspects of Well Foundations 

There are several aspects which require careful consideration during sinking of well foundations. They are

i)  Preparations for constructions  in dry river bed,

ii)  Sand island method for small water depths,

iii)  Well foundation-type  construction for large water depths,

iv)  Tilting of wells during sinking, and

v)  Seating of wells in rock.

 

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