GSO ISO 22282-6:2017

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Geotechnical investigation and testing -- Geohydraulic testing -- Part 6: Water permeability tests in a borehole using closed systems

Adoption by Endorsement

Adoption by endorsement for the latest version of this international/national standard and the previous adopted edition remains effective for 2 years starting from the date of last international update

Scope
This part of ISO 22282 specifies requirements for the determination of the local permeability in soils and rocks below or above the groundwater table in a closed system by the water permeability tests as part of the geotechnical investigation services according to EN 1997-1 and EN 1997-2. The tests are used to determine the permeability coefficient k in low permeability soil and rock lower than 10^(−8) m/s. It can also be used to determine the transmissivity T and the storage coefficient S. NOTE The water pressure test in rock is covered by ISO 22282-3.
Endorsement
ISO 22282-6:2012
03 October 2017

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