American Society of Civil Engineers


Temporary Diversion Systems: Reliability is Everything


by Michael Delzingaro, (Engineer, Godwin Pumps, One Floodgate Road, Bridgeport, NJ E-mail: mdelzi@godwinpumps.com)
Section: Reliability and Quality, pp. 1-9, (doi:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/40934(252)15)

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Document type: Conference Proceeding Paper
Part of: Pipelines 2007: Advances and Experiences with Trenchless Pipeline Projects
Abstract: Trenchless gravity sewer upgrade projects, whether through CIPP (cured in place pipe), pipe bursting, etc., tend to have one thing in common: the need for reliable pumping systems. Whether the source is overflow, collapse, construction, etc., gravity sewer projects typically require flow diversion. Once a gravity sewer line’s flow has been diverted, reliable pumping is essential throughout the remainder of the project so that sewer contractors can devote their attention to the sewer upgrade.


ASCE Subject Headings:
Reliability
Pipes
Sewers
Trenchless technology