|Title||Perspectives for development of ice drilling technology: continuation of the discussion|
|Author(s)||Pavel Talalay , Hong J|
Annals of Glaciology
Recently, innovations in ice drilling have yielded considerable improvements to existing drilling techniques, as well as innovative drilling technologies that can be used in new types of applications. However, some specific challenges have to be addressed for improving existing drilling methods and developing new ones: (1) combination and unification of different drilling systems; (2) facilitating ice core breaking; (3) improving existing systems and developing new rapid-access ice drilling systems; (4) reliable elimination of ice hydraulic fracturing problems; (5) developing new environment-friendly methods of drilling in the sub-glacial lake sediments; and (6) design of unconventional ice drilling systems. Possible solutions to these problems are presented herein.
|Special Collections||International Workshop on Ice Drilling Technology Series, 8th International Ice Drill Symposium|
|Categories||Air Drilling (Compressed; Reverse Circulation), Fast Access, Hydrofracture, Laser Drilling, Subglacial Access, Subglacial Till/Bedrock Drilling, Thermal Drilling|
|Equipment||Agile Sub-Ice Geological (ASIG) Drill, Deep Ice Sheet Coring (DISC) Drill, Rapid Access Ice Drill (RAID), Rapid Access Isotope Drill (UK RAID), Replicate Coring System, SUBGLACIOR probe|
|Citation||Pavel Talalay , Hong J ( 2020 ) Perspectives for development of ice drilling technology: continuation of the discussion. Annals of Glaciology , 1-14 . doi: 10.1017/aog.2020.81|