Technology for Mapping Seepage Flow Paths at Dams
Willowstick Technologies is pleased to invite you to participate in this webinar to learn more about Willowstick and our technology to map seepage flow paths at Dams. Willowstick uses well-known principles of physics and hydrogeology to identify and characterize preferential water flow paths. Our patented instruments measure changes in the intensity of the magnetic field, and we analyze the magnetic field data using our proprietary software. This information will provide the exact location of any preferential flow paths passing through, under or around dams.
WILDTM—The Willowstick Instrument for Leak Detection
Over the past 12 years, Willowstick Technologies has developed and patented technology to track, model and predict groundwater flow paths. WILDTM is a product that uses this same technology to pinpoint the exact location and volume of water exfiltration and/or infiltration through pipelines and tunnels. For more information please download the PDFs below, and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Ten Lessons Learned from a Decade of Groundwater Mapping
Val Kofoed PE, President and COO, at Willowstick Technologies and Mike Jessop, Chief Geophysicist, at Willowstick Technologies, will present ten lessons they've learned using technology to identify and characterize preferential groundwater flow paths. Mr. Kofoed has over 30 years of groundwater experience across the mining, environmental, dams and oil and gas industries. Mr. Jessop has over 10 years experience at Willowstick. He specializes in 3D modeling of groundwater flow paths.
Introduction to the Willowstick Technology (in Portuguese)
In this webinar we introduce Willowstick’s patented technology, explain some of the fundamental scientific principles, how a typical survey is set up and ideal applications of the technology. We also talk through a case study where we identified a preferential flow path passing through a leaking dam.