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Title Buried flexible steel pipe : design and structural analysis / prepared by the Task Committee on Buried Flexible (Steel) Pipe Load Stability Criteria & Design of the Pipeline Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by William R. Whidden.
Imprint Reston, VA : American Society of Civil Engineers, ©2009.

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Description 1 online resource (xvii, 201 pages) : illustrations
Series ASCE manuals and reports on engineering practice ; no. 119
ASCE manuals and reports on engineering practice ; no. 119.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Water-pipes.
Underground pipelines.
Pipe, Steel.
Couplings, Flexible.
Contents CONTENTS -- 1 HISTORY OF BURIED STEEL PIPE -- 1.1 The Ancient World -- 1.2 The History of Iron and Steel Pipes -- 1.3 The Pioneers in Pipe Design -- 1.4 Contributors to Design -- 2 NOMENCLATURE, CONSTANTS, AND TERMINOLOGY -- 2.1 Nomenclature -- 2.2 Constants -- 2.3 Terminology -- 3 PIPE MECHANICS -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Internal Pressure Design -- 3.3 Minimum Thickness for Handling -- 3.4 Ring Stiffness -- 3.5 Ring Compression -- 3.6 Performance Limits of Cement Mortar Linings and Cement Mortar Coatings -- 3.7 Ring Deflection -- 3.8 Yield Stress
4 SOIL MECHANICS4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Notation -- 4.3 Soil Conduit -- 4.4 Flaws In Applying Elastic Theories to Soil -- 4.5 Unit Weights of Soil -- 4.6 Vertical Soil Pressures (Stresses) -- 4.7 Soil Strength -- 4.8 Soil Slip -- 4.9 Soil Particle Size and Gradation -- 4.10 Soil Friction Angle -- 4.11 Passive Resistance -- 4.12 Cohesion in Soil -- 4.13 Soil Compression -- 4.14 Embedment -- 4.15 Select Fill -- 4.16 Liquefaction -- 4.17 Quick Condition -- 4.18 Soil Movement -- 4.19 Earthquakes -- 4.20 Soil Specifications
4.21 Finite Element Analysis5 PIPE�SOIL INTERACTION -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Ring Deflection -- 5.3 Relative Effect of Pipe and Soil on Ring Deflection -- 5.4 Hydrostatic Collapse in a Fluid Environment -- 5.5 Ring Deformation Failure of Buried Flexible Pipe -- 5.6 Minimum Cover -- 6 DESIGN ANALYSIS -- 6.1 Case 1�Internal Pressure and Handling -- 6.2 Case 1A�Ring Stability -- 6.3 Case 1B�Ring Stability With Vacuum -- 6.4 Case 1C�Ring Stability With Vacuum and Water Table Above Pipe -- 6.5 Case 2A�Ring Stability at a Given Depth with Partial Vacuum
6.6 Case 2B�Pipe Stiffness to Prevent Collapse7 SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Parallel Pipes in a Common Trench -- 7.3 Parallel Trenches -- 7.4 Trenches in Poor Soil -- 7.5 Flowable Fill -- 7.6 Longitudinal Forces -- 7.7 Buried Pipe on Bents -- 7.8 Seismic Considerations -- 7.9 Encased Pipe -- References -- APPENDIX A: THE IOWA FORMULA�WHAT IT IS AND IS NOT -- APPENDIX B: SOIL SLIP ANALYSIS -- APPENDIX C: FINITE ELEMENT DESIGN EXAMPLE TRENCH PARALLEL TO A BURIED PIPE -- APPENDIX D: EXTERNAL FLUID PRESSURE
Appendix e: the story of buried steel pipes and tanksappendix f: ring analysis -- appendix g: impact factors in soil -- glossary -- a -- b -- c -- d -- e -- f -- h -- i -- l -- m -- p -- r -- s -- u -- bibliography -- index -- a -- b -- c -- d -- e -- f -- g -- h -- i -- j -- l -- m -- n -- p -- q -- r -- s -- t -- u -- v -- w -- y -- si conversion table
Summary "This manual provides appropriate analytical concepts to address the principles of buried steel pipe design and attempts to correct misusage of the 1958 Modified Iowa Formula. The most current work of Dr. Reynold K. Watkins and others is presented in this book to develop the external loading design concepts provided." "The goal of Buried Flexible Steel Pipe is to offer sound information on the structural design and analysis of buried steel pipe-for water and wastewater - consistent with the latest pipe/soil design concepts of the industry. In conjunction with the external design of the pipe/soil interaction, the manual addresses internal pressure design, vacuum and external fluid pressure analysis, and many other non-standard conditions pipe designers will likely encounter." "This manual will be valuable to students and professionals involved in pipe design and construction."--Jacket.
Other Author Whidden, William R.
American Society of Civil Engineers. Task Committee on Buried Flexible (Steel) Pipe Load Stability Criteria & Design.
Other Title Print version: Buried flexible steel pipe. Reston, VA : American Society of Civil Engineers, ©2009