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Title Pipelines 2006 : service to the owner : proceedings of the Pipeline Division Specialty Conference, July 30 to August 2, 2006, Chicago, Illinois / sponsored by the Pipeline Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by Alan Atalah, Armand Tremblay.
Imprint Reston, VA : American Society of Civil Engineers, ©2006.

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Description 1 online resource (1 volume (various pagings)) : illustrations
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Subject Pipelines -- Congresses.
Structural engineering -- Congresses.
Genre Conference papers and proceedings.
Contents Cover; Contents; Hydraulic Design; Design of Hydraulic Structures for a 350 MGD Water Supply System; Case Studies in Transient Pressure Monitoring; Integrated Use of City�s GIS Data and Hydraulic Model Development; Surge Control Strategies for the Sacramento Lower Northwest Interceptor; East Fork Water Supply Project, Conveyance Pipeline: Review of Design Options for Flow Metering and Lake Lavon Outfall; Groundwater Transfer Program: North Harris County Regional Water Authority; Pipeline Asset Management; Too Much Excitement under Highway 87.
Condition Assessment of Norfolk�s 36-Inch Raw Water Mains: Rehabilitation vs. ReplacementAssessing and Managing PCCP Water Transmission Mains, Baltimore County, Maryland�A Case Study; Fiber Optic Sensors for Acoustic Monitoring of PCCP; Collection System Asset Management�Benchmarking Performance through Annual Reporting; RFEC/TC Inspection of PCCP with no Shorting Straps at the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission; Asset Management Strategies for Metallic Municipal Transmission Pipelines.
Pinpointing Exfiltration in Large Diameter Pressurized Wastewater Pipelines with the Sahara Tethered SystemHydraulic Transients with Genetic Algorithms Used for Leakage Detection in Real Water Distribution Networks; Scattergraph Principles and Practice: Tools and Techniques to Evaluate Sewer Capacity; Scattergraph Principles and Practice: Practical Application of the Froude Number to Flow Monitoring; Field Application of Sewer Electro-Scan in Large Pipe Condition Assessment; A Non-Destructive Method for Structural Evaluation of Pipeline Suspension Bridges.
Determining Base Infiltration in Sewers: A Comparison of Empirical Methods and Verification ResultsComparison of Identified Distress in CCP Pipelines Operated by Water Utilities in North America; An Integrated Dynamic Approach to PCCP Integrity Management; Development of a PCCP Management Plan Using Sonic/Ultrasonic Nondestructive Testing Results; Financial Benefits from Seven Years of Water Loss Control Utilizing the Sahara® System at Thames Water in the United Kingdom; Developments in a Free-Swimming Acoustic Leak Detection System for Water Transmission Pipelines.
GLSD Asset Management of an “At Risk� PCCP Force MainAssessment Model of Water Main Conditions; Pipeline Construction Management; Overview of Design and Construction of the Northern Water Supply System; Setting the Construction Priorities of the Routes in a Common Duct Network; How One Large Water Utility Self-Performs Construction Management; Leak Detection in Large Diameter Fiberglass Pipe; The Great Man-Made River Project; Horizontal Directional Drilling Utilizing 36-Inch Flexible Restrained Joint Ductile Iron Pipe�A Successful First Experience.
Other Author Atalah, Alan.
Tremblay, Armand.
Other Title Print version: Atalah, Alan. Pipelines 2006 : Service to the Owner: Proceedings of the Pipeline Division Specialty Conference, July 30 to August 2, 2006, Chicago, Illinois. Reston : ASCE, ©2014 9780784408544
Other Title Service to the owner