Existing Sewer Evaluation and Rehabilitationby
Water Environment Federation / ASCE
American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, VA, | Co-publisher: McGraw Hill 19.2x24.2cm, Third Edition, Prepared by the Existing Sewer Evaluation and Rehabilitation Task Force of the Water Environment Federation and ASCE / Envir
Manual of Practice No.: 62
Abstract: Fully revised and updated, this authoritative volume offers the most comprehensive information available on maintenance, repair, rehabilitation, and replacement of existing sewers. This definitive guide from the Water Environment Federation and Environmental and Water Resources Institute of American Society of Civil Engineers covers sewer evaluation and monitoring, sewer rehabilitation methods and materials, and quality assurance. The Third Edition features new material on tools and procedures for pipe evaluation, infiltration and inflow problems and detection, rehabilitation materials and methods, and effective repair techniques. Detailed and up-to-date, this is a must-have resource for all sewer system professionals. Topics covered in this edition: Current regulations and guidelines; Capacity-, structural-, and maintenance-related problems; Site inspection and testing; Methods of structural evaluation, including closed-circuit television sonar, and laser-based scanning; Sewer flow monitoring and sewer system hydraulics; Infiltration and inflow source detection; Selection of sewer rehabilitation methods and materials; and Evaluation of sewer rehabilitation effectiveness — documentation, quality assurance, and return-on-investment.
Subject Headings: Sewers | Rehabilitation | Water quality | Water resources | Detection methods | Maintenance | Quality control | Pipe materials
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