American Society of Civil Engineers

Guidelines for the Seismic Design of Oil and Gas Pipeline Systems

by Committee on Gas and Liquid Fuel Lifelines of the ASCE Technical Council on Lifeline Earthquake Engineering, ASCE, D. J. Nyman, (committee chairman)
New York, NY: American Society of Civil Engineers, 978-0-87262-428-3 / 0-87262-428-5 (print), 1984, 473 pp.     (Barcode: RMI MK31556)

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Document type: Books - Committee Reports
Abstract: Current knowledge on the practice of earthquake engineering for oil and gas pipeline systems is presented. Such systems typically consist of buried oil, gas, or product pipelines and aboveground facilities, including pumping and compressor stations, storage tanks for hydrocarbon products, and miscellaneous terminal facilities. Topics covered include: Description of seismic hazards; quantification of seismic hazards; design criteria considerations for pipeline systems; differential ground movement effects on buried pipes; wave propagation effects on buried pipelines; seismic response and design of liquid storage tanks; seismic response analysis of structures, equipment, and aboveground pipelines; and operations and maintenance considerations.

ASCE Subject Headings:
Buried pipes
Gas pipelines
Oil pipelines
Seismic design
Storage tanks
Wave propagation

Library of Congress Call Number:  TN879.5.G85 1984
Library of Congress Subject Headings: Petroleum pipelines--Design and construction.
Natural gas pipelines--Design and construction.
Pipelines--Earthquake effects.