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Electric Thermal Coring Drills

  • Pavel G. TalalayEmail author
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Abstract

Ice-coring electric thermal drills are designed for continuous or discrete sampling in glaciers, ice sheets, and sea and lake ice covers. Coring is performed using a heated annular coring head that melts the ice around the desired core. Meltwater may be left down in shallow holes in temperate glaciers, can be removed from the borehole into a chamber above the core barrel or via intermittent bailing, replaced with non-freezing drilling fluid or hydrophilic antifreeze must be added and mixed with the meltwater. Electric thermal coring drills are particularly effective in temperate and polythermal glaciers.

Keywords

Annular thermal head Drilling load Pendulum steering Ice-core quality Hydrophobic and hydrophilic drilling fluids 

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