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Pipeline Industry Reference from C.H.I.P.S.

Trenchless Technology
Pipeline and Utility Design, Construction, and Renewal
by Mohammad Najafi

Trenchless technology allows for the installation or renewal of underground utility systems with minimum disruption of the surface. As water and wastewater systems age or must be redesigned in order to comply with environmental regulations, the demand for this technology has dramatically increased.

Trenchless Technology is a detailed reference covering construction details, design guidelines, environmental concerns, and the latest advances in equipment, methods, and materials.

  • Design and analysis procedures
  • Design equations
  • Risk assessment
  • Soil compatibility..and more

Contents

  1. Overview and Comparison of Trenchless Technology
  2. Social Costs of Utility Construction: A Life Cycle Cost Approach
  3. Pipeline Asset Management, Inspection, and Cleaning
  4. Design Considerations for Trenchless Pipeline Construction Methods
  5. Design Considerations for Trenchless Renewal Methods
  6. Pipe Materials
  7. Horizontal Auger Boring
  8. Pipe Ramming
  9. Pipe Jacking and Utility Tunneling
  10. Horizontal Directional Drilling
  11. Microtunneling Methods
  12. Pilot Tube Microtunneling
  13. Cured-in-Place-Pipe
  14. Sliplining
  15. Close-Fit Pipe
  16. In-Line Replacement
  17. Lateral Renewal
  18. Localized Repair
  19. Modified Sliplining
  20. Underground Coatings and Linings
  21. Thermoformed Pipe
  22. Sewer Manhole Renewal

Glossary and Terms
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Conversion Table
Applicable Standards
Index

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Trenchless Technology
Pipeline and Utility Design, Construction, and Renewal
by Mohammad Najafi

2005 489 pages $120.00 + shipping
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