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Moling: In the construction industry, moling is a trenchless method used to lay pipes. During the moling process, a pneumatically-driven machine known as a mole forces its way through the soil along the desired path of the pipe. Moling avoids the need to dig a trench and can be used to lay water pipes and the heating coils of heat pump systems.

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Google previewManagement of Water Resources in Agriculture (2005)

by U S Sree Ramulu

Moling is a temporary method of drainage when soil conditions are suitable. Moles function efficiently for the first few years and then gradually ...

Google previewWater Resources and Land-Use Planning: A Systems Approach (2012)

Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on: “Water Resources and LAnd-Use Planning” Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, July 3–14, 1978 by P. Laconte, Y.Y. Haimes

Moling is a much more rapid and cheaper procedure than installing pipe drains, though less permanent; moles may require replacement every five years while the useful life of a pipe system may be at least 30 years and often much longer.

Google previewThe English Historical Review (1911)

by Mandell Creighton, Justin Winsor, Samuel Rawson Gardiner, Reginald Lane Poole, Sir John Goronwy Edwards

Moling is a passage : Eo<leni tempore dormiens quidam homo foris intrauit quoddam paruum nigrum et uenenatum multum quod Scoti dil uocant, Latin! autem scorpio, in aurem illius. The word dael is explained in the glossary ...

Google previewDecision Support System for Distribution System Piping Renewal (2002)

by Arun K. Deb

Impact moling is a process whereby the pneumatic impact tool drives itself through the ground, unguided, to form a new hole in the ground into which a new pipe (usually HDPE or PVC) is pushed or pulled. This method is used for short lengths ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Christian Biography, Literature, Sects and Doctrines (1882)

Being a Continuation of 'The Dictionary of the Bible' by William Smith, Henry Wace

MOLING, June 17, surnamed Ltjachra, Luachraensis, Li aim, Illuaciiair, and also called Daircell, Taircmeau, bishop and confessor, famed both as an ecclesiastic and a politician of the 7th century. The only ancient life published is in the ...

Google previewCatholic Encyclopedia (1909)

Mullins (Teach Moling), County Carlow. The ancient monastery of Ferns included a number of cells, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica (1823)

Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Enlarged and Improved

Moling. 1 39. The farce which will produce in a body at rest _, a motion /¡living t fie direction and velocity represented lij . ,..-r . AC, (fig. 23.) when applied to a body moving with гЛе Fig. 23. 1 3 7. Considering this law of motion merely аз a uní- ...

Google previewDictionary of Water and Waste Management (2005)

by Paul G Smith

earth piercing Impact moling. earth pressure 142.

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