For the construction of Papadates dam a site investigation was conducted by means of three boreholes in which double packer p meability testing was conducted. The dominant geological formation found was Upper Eocene Flysch consisting of siltstone and san stone alternations. In this paper the results of the permeability tests are presented and the hydraulic behavior of the Flysch was c fied of three distinct modes: turbulent flow, laminar flow and fracture expansion. Attempts for correlating RQD with permeability proved to return poor Pearson coefficients.
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