I have an unusual situation regarding a SCW I'm working on. Originally it was designed to be a closed loop system, but we had to switch due to a very high water table (less than 10 feet down). We now have an extra well, which lead to the idea using a large amount of bleed and putting it into the extra well. From what we have tested so far, either well can handle a maximum of about eight gallons per minute of additional water without overflow. Since we intend to use a system with a flowrate of about 14 gallons per minutes, that would lead to a bleed rate of well over 50% (which isn't practical). I, however, am worried that our second well isn't deep enough to handle the system we plan to put in. I've tried looking around for information on specific requirements, but have found little. The closest I've found is that a SCW needs to be about 50 to 55 feet deep per ton with a 10% bleed. Due to bleed effect on the well length being a curve, that doesn't let me calculate a required length for greater than 10% bleed. Does anyone have any information? Links to information would be great.