Overcoming the Challenges of Replacing 20 km of Defective 1524 mm Diameter PCCP

Design and Construction Aspects of the PCCP Water Main Rehabilitation

PCCP Design Check Using C304-92 in a Spreadsheet

Assuring Top Quality Prestressing Wire in PCCP

Advancements in Design and Installation of Prestressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe

Construction Challenges for Soft Ground Tunneling

Condition Assessment and Repair of Prestressed Concrete Pipeline

In-Line Electromagnetic Inspection of PCCP

Internal Inspection and Database Development of PCCP

Sources of Funding for Replacement and/or Repair of Defective PCCP

Practical Repair Procedures for Concrete Pressure Pipe

Lessons Learned about Cured-in-Place Pipe During Construction

Pipeline Market—20 Billion Dollars for 1998: Would You Like Some of This Work?

Pipeline Drainage Discharge Analysis

Role of Constituents on the Behavior of Flowable Fly Ash Fill
Flowable fills are increasingly used as backfill materials for pipes and retaining structures because of ease of placement and performance of the solidified material. But the role of its...

Do Coated Pipes Last Longer?
Field studies have revealed that polymer coated steel pipe resists corrosion longer than pipe coated with other materials. Corrosion is the most common failure mechanism of pipe culvert,...

Pipelines in the Constructed Environment
This proceedings, Pipelines in the Constructed Environment, consists of papers presented at the 1998 Pipeline Division Conference, held in...

Joint Agency Cooperation to Ensure Safety and Protection of the Environment Through Pipeline Inspections

Probing Pipelines (available only in Geoenvironmental Special Issue)
Inspecting underground pipelines has become easier, more effective and less intrusive through use of sonar, radar, lasers and seismic and acoustic testing. To replace simple visual inspection,...

A Response Based Method for Developing Joint Metocean Criteria for Seabed Pipeline Design

 

 

 

 

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