Homestake Delivery System Pipeline

by Donald E. Campbell,
Thomas A. Marlow,
Roy L. Wright,


Serial Information: Journal of the Pipeline Division, 1967, Vol. 93, Issue 2, Pg. 71-84


Document Type: Journal Paper

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Abstract: The Homestake Delivery Pipeline is 50 miles long and 66-in. in diameter. It traverses rugged terrain, and much of the line is under relatively high head. The contractor chose to use prestressed concrete pipe for most of the line, with mortar-lined steel for the remainder. The trench was excavated to the shape of the pipe and a 2-in. soil-cement bedding was used in some areas. The structural design of the pre-stressed concrete pipe is evaluated, as well as the hydraulics of the pipeline and pumping plant with particular reference to transient pressures.

Subject Headings: Concrete pipes | Pipelines | Prestressing | Prestressed concrete | Hydraulic design | Pressure pipes | Pumping stations | Transient response

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