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Arctic Pipeline Planning : Design, Construction, and Equipment.

Author: Ramesh Singh
Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
Utilize the most recent developments to combat challenges such as ice mechanics. The perfect companion for engineers wishing to learn state-of-the-art methods or further develop their knowledge of best practice techniques, Arctic Pipeline Planning provides a working knowledge of the technology and techniques for laying pipelines in the coldest regions of the world. Arctic Pipeline Planning provides must-have  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Singh, Ramesh.
Arctic Pipeline Planning : Design, Construction, and Equipment.
Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ramesh Singh
ISBN: 9780124165885 0124165885
OCLC Number: 880869687
Description: 1 online resource (137 pages)
Contents: Cover image; Title page; Table of Contents; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Acknowledgment; Part 1: History of Construction in the Arctic; Chapter 1. Introduction; 1.1 Introduction and Background to Design and Construction of Arctic Pipeline; 1.2 Typical Challenges; 1.3 Current Arctic Proposals; 1.4 Technology Transfer to Other Areas of the World; 1.5 Offshore Pipelines in THE Arctic Area; Chapter 2. Design and Construction; 2.1 Introduction to THE Arctic Environment; 2.2 Addressing the Challenges of Design; 2.3 Challenges of Designing Arctic Pipeline; 2.4 River and Waterway Crossings. 2.5 Calculations for Design2.6 Examples of Calculation; 2.7 Expansion and Flexibility; 2.8 Unsupported Span of Pipe; 2.9 Buoyancy of Pipes; 2.10 Calculating the Stresses in the Pipe at the Transition from Belowground to Aboveground; 2.11 First Scenario, Reducing Stresses Without Anchor Block; 2.12 Second Scenario, Reducing Stresses with Anchor Block; 2.13 Strain-Based Design; 2.14 Construction Methods; 2.15 Protection of Tundra; 2.16 Grade and Slopes; 2.17 Construction in Warm Permafrost; 2.18 Design and Construction in Thaw Settlement of Gas Pipeline; 2.19 Ditching and Backfilling. 2.20 Control Valves2.21 Pumps for Crude Oil Pipelines; 2.22 Designing and Construction to Deter Ice Gouging; 2.23 Design and Construction for Subsea Arctic Pipelines; 2.24 Design and Construction of Pipeline Crossings; 2.25 Thermal Expansion and Contraction; 2.26 Design of Compressors and Pump Stations; 2.27 Design of Compressor Stations; 2.28 Designing a Gas Compressor Unit; 2.29 Liquid-Removal Equipment; 2.30 Emergency Shutdown Facilities; 2.31 Station Piping; Part 2: Safety and Communication; Chapter 3. Safety on Construction Sites; 3.1 Hazards to Construction Workers. 3.2 Applicable Safety RegulationsChapter 4. Pipeline System Communication; 4.1 System Concepts; 4.2 The Human-Machine Interface; 4.3 Hardware Solutions; 4.4 Remote Terminal Unit; 4.5 Supervisory Station; 4.6 Communication Infrastructure and Methods; 4.7 SCADA System for Typical Gas Pipeline; 4.8 SCADA Operator Workstations; 4.9 SCADA Servers; 4.10 Selection of Software; 4.11 Communication Infrastructure Security; 4.12 Typical Codes and Standards; Chapter 5. Electrical Equipments; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Design of Electrical Equipment; 5.3 Conductor Size; Part 3: Selection of Materials. Chapter 6. Introduction to the Material SelectionChapter 7. Material Properties in Low Temperature Environment; 7.1 Ductility and Behavior of Steel in A Low Temperature Environment; 7.2 Concept of Toughness and Loss of Toughness in a Low Temperature Environment; 7.3 Fracture Toughness Kc; 7.4 Metal Strength at Low Temperature; 7.5 Types of Impact Tests; 7.6 Energy Absorption in Impact Testing; 7.7 Transition Temperature for Energy Absorption; 7.8 Transition Temperature for Lateral Expansion; 7.9 Drop-Weight Tear Test (DWTT); 7.10 Selecting Material from Specification and Code Books.


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