Under Pressure
The Arrowhead East and West contracts for the Inland Feeder water conveyance system being built in California consist of 51,500 ft (15,700 m) of tunnels that cross the San Andreas Fault...

Main Line Mending
Both the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC), of Laurel, Maryland, and the Providence Water Supply Board, of Rhode Island, are conducting massive, multimillion-dollar rehabilitation...

Relining a Relic
By the mid-1980s most of the Boston Low Service water supply network had been in operation for more than 100 years—with little regular maintenance. Many of the system's air...

Girth Joints in Steel Pipelines Subjected to Wrinkling and Ovalling

Pipeline Damage Due to Fault Offsets in the Landers Earthquake

Seismic Analysis of Buried Pipelines

Experimental Study on Floating Characteristics of a Sewer Due to Soil-Liquefaction and Its Countermeasures

Analyses of Damage to Sewer Pipes in Shibetsu Town During the 1994 Hokkaido–Toho–Oki Earthquake

Reliability Analysis of Buried Pipelines

Comparison of American and Chinese Methodologies for Evaluating Seismic Performance of Water Delivery Systems

Geotechnical Aspects of Foundation Design and Construction for Pipelines Buried in Liquefiable Riverbed

Seismic Risk Analysis of Concrete Pipelines

Response Analysis of Water Supply Pipelines Network for Seismic Diagnosis

Case Studies of Buried Corrugated Metal Pipes from the 1994 Northridge Earthquake

Field Measurement of Axial Soil Friction Forces on Buried Pipelines

Dynamic Analysis of Cracked Pipes in Earthquakes

A Methodology for Minimizing Seismic and Corrosion Risks to Underground Natural Gas Pipelines

Installation and Evaluation of Driven Steel Pipe Piles in Alaska Soils

Rehabilitation of 19th Century Water Mains

An Innovative Approach to the Rehabilitation of a Collapsed 72-Inch, 90-Foot Deep Storm Sewer in the City of Portland, Oregon





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