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Pipelines 2010 [electronic resource] : climbing new peaks to infrastructure reliability--renew, rehab, and reinvest : proceedings of the 2010 Pipeline Division Specialty Congress, August 28-September 1, 2010, Keystone Colorado / sponsored by the Pipeline Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by George Ruchti, Tom Roode.

Publication:
Reston, Va. : American Society of Civil Engineers, 2010.
Conference Name:
Pipeline Division Specialty Congress (2010 : Keystone, Colo.)
Format/Description:
Conference/Event
Book
1 online resource (1590 p.)
Subjects:
Pipelines -- Congresses.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
""Cover""; ""Table of Contents""; ""Construction""; ""A Study on Seismic Behavior of Buried Steel Pipelines Crossing Active Faults""; ""A Variety of Construction Methods and Pipeline Materials Help Create a New Sewer System""; ""CSO Conveyances Project Selection, Analysis, Design, and Specifications with Multiple Competitive Pipe Materials""; ""Demanding HDD Installation of Fusible 24-Inch PVC Pipe Sets New Record""; ""Design-Build of Wastewater Force Main in North Bay Village, Florida""; ""Development and Construction of the Nation's Largest Water Main Rehab Project""
""Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Microfibers on the Tensile and Flexural Strengths of Low-Viscosity Grouts""""General Services Contracting for Sewer Construction""; ""Hueneme Outfall Confronts Unique Challenges in Horizontal Directional Drilling and Marine Construction for New Ocean Outfall""; ""Implementing an Aquifer Storage and Recovery Project""; ""Interceptor Construction in an Urban Area How the City of Aurora Managed Competing Interests by Considering Constructability and Routing""; ""Joint Integrity of Plastic Pressure Pipes in Municipal Service""
""Lessons from an HDD Project That Was Awarded for 1.74 Million with 90 Days to Complete That Took in Excess of 6 Million and More Than 1,000 Days""""Managing Challenges Building the Aurora Prairie Waters Project""; ""New Application for Fiber Wrap Strengthening of Buried Pipelines""; ""One Project, Four Trenchless Methods""; ""P.I.P.E. Solutions of the South Mainland Water Transmission Main""; ""Pipe Joint Integrity: Cementitious and Metallic Pressure Pipes""; ""Project Management Information Systems for Pipeline Design and Construction Prairie Net""
""Protecting Existing PCCP Subject to External Transient Loads""""Rapid Emergency Pipeline Repairs Utilizing CFRP""; ""Raw Sewage through Steel Pipe: A Unique Application on the Pima County Plant Interconnect""; ""Steel Selection and Pipe Fabrication Challenges of a 120-Inch-Diameter High-Strength-Steel Tunnel Liner Project""; ""Tunneling Saves Money and the Environment""; ""Twenty-One Foot Diameter Flexible Pipe Construction""; ""Twenty-One Foot Diameter Flexible Pipe Design""; ""Design""; ""Preserving Capacity in CUWCD Aqueducts""
""Collecting and Converting 2-D Utility Mapping to 3-D""""Contribution of Frictional Resistance to Restrain Unbalanced Thrust in Buried Pipelines""; ""Design and Specification of Bolted Flange Joints in Water/Wastewater Practice""; ""Features of the Lake Powell Pipeline Preliminary Design to Minimize Hydraulic Transients""; ""Design of the Colorado Ocean Relief Sewer Project""; ""Directional Drilling Design with ASTM F1962: A Decade of Success""; ""Historic Development Adds Challenge to Storm Drain Tunnel under Railroad""; ""Importance of Blowoffs and Design Considerations""
""Knoxville Utilities Board: Goose Creek Inverted Siphon Replacement""
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
American Society of Civil Engineers. Pipeline Division.
Ruchti, George.
Roode, Tom.
ISBN:
1-68015-403-6
0-7844-7609-8
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