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Underground Infrastructure Research - M. Knight

Underground Infrastructure Research

By: M. Knight (Editor), N. Thomson (Editor)

Hardcover Published: January 2001
ISBN: 9789026518201
Number Of Pages: 436

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Underground infrastructure research - Municipal, industrial and environmental applications 2001, gathered together international researchers and practitioners to explore the behavior of new materials for buried pipelines and pipeline rehabilitation, new pipeline construction techniques and condition assessment methods, as well as development of underground infrastructure management systems. The book contains over 50 research papers on: Design of thermoplastic and buried pipes; Pipeline condition assessment; Installation planning and monitoring; Management systems; Soil analysis; Pipe liner design; Pipe material characterization and design; Environmental; Future directions; Case studies.

Preface
Organizing committee
Design of thermoplastic pipes
Buckling of HDPE liners under external uniform pressurep. 3
A critical appraisal of current practices for design of buried thermoplastics pipes including recommendations for researchp. 13
Limit states of buried thermoplastic pipes: laboratory investigationsp. 23
Predicting the behaviour of HDPE pipes in horizontal directional drillingp. 31
The structural performance of flexible sewer linings subject to external pressurep. 39
Structural design of liningsp. 49
Flexible interface materials for tunnel liningsp. 59
The structural design of non-circular liningsp. 65
Horizontal direction drilling research program - University of Waterloop. 77
Installation loads on new pipelines during pipe burstingp. 89
Three dimensional mapping of corrosion pits in cast iron pipe using the remote field effectp. 95
Experimental investigation of Toronto water main samplesp. 105
Full scale testing of concrete pipe bedding designp. 117
A statistical investigation of structurally unsound sewersp. 125
The considerations of risks in the analysis of urban buried pipes behaviorp. 133
Geodynamic monitoring of the geoenvironment and engineering constructions interactionsp. 139
SIDD pipe bedding and Ontario provincial standardsp. 143
Development of a soil classification chart for a miniature cone penetrometerp. 155
Tunnel face stability through tests results on reduced-scale modelp. 161
Effect of grouting on soil reinforcing and tunnel deformationp. 167
Ground displacements caused by pipe splittingp. 175
Physico-chemical changes in clay soils surrounding lime pilesp. 185
Guidelines for selecting lead pipe rehabilitation and replacement technologiesp. 191
Evaluation of the long-term energy costs of leaks in buried pipeline systemsp. 197
Aquifer response to a horizontal groundwater extraction wellp. 203
HDD water well installation and analysisp. 211
A decision support system for site characterization in linear excavation projectsp. 215
Monitoring and instrumentation of trenchless technology projectsp. 225
A statistically-based approach for the design of HDD crossingsp. 231
Developing safe proximity charts for impact moling and horizontal directional drilling operationsp. 239
Horizontal directional drilling: lessons learned in conduit installationsp. 247
Long water tunnel inspections by remotely operated vehiclep. 259
Laboratory investigation into the assessment of concrete pipes state of deterioration using ultrasonic testing techniquesp. 265
Multiple classifiers for automated classification of defects in sewersp. 273
Development of an automated pipeline inspection systemp. 279
Construction induced movements of a diaphragm wall in loose sandp. 289
Sewerage systems in polish historic cities and their rehabilitationp. 297
Failure modes and mechanisms in gray cast iron pipesp. 303
Elements of success: pipe bursting in a sensitive areap. 313
Structural diagnosis of sewer networksp. 327
Sanitary sewer demand forecasting using artificial neural networksp. 333
Evaluation of underground pipeline construction optionsp. 343
The impact of market de-regulation upon the management of potable water infrastructure: a UK perspectivep. 349
Special purpose simulation for trenchless pipe replacementp. 355
Condition assessment and rehabilitation of large sewersp. 361
WARP - Water Mains Renewal Plannerp. 371
Development of an intelligent system for pipeline managementp. 377
Using trenchless technology to save costs associated with traffic delaysp. 385
GIS-based risk analysis of ferrous water mainsp. 395
Smart pipe systems-concepts, opportunities and challengesp. 403
Determining the value of underground infrastructure assetsp. 409
Fiber optic distributed sensor for condition monitoring of underground concrete structuresp. 417
Author indexp. 423
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ISBN: 9789026518201
ISBN-10: 902651820X
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 436
Published: January 2001
Publisher: TAYLOR & FRANCIS
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 17.78  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.93
Edition Number: 1

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