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Pipeline Systems

EditorE.P. Evans, B. Coulbeck

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This volume presents the edited Proceedings of the International Conference on Pipeline Systems held in Manchester (UK) 24-26 March 1992. It provides a forum for the exchange of technical and operational information across a wide range of pipeline activities. The overall theme of the contributions is the optimisation of pipeline systems through design analysis, component specification, operational strategies and performance evaluation, in order to minimise both risk and the lifetime cost of ownership. Emphasis is also placed on important developing technologies with special consideration for computational equipment and methods. Considerations are collated in the main categories of design, operation and performance. In each case, aspects of safety, security and economy are covered with a mix of analytical techniques, computer implementations and validation of results. For mechanical, civil, hydraulic and petroleum engineers.
Title:Pipeline SystemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:347 pages, 9.45 × 6.3 × 0.03 inPublished:December 4, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048141435

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Table of Contents

Preface. Session A: Economic Design. A Review of Pipe Network Optimisation Techniques; G.A. Walters. A Generalised Reduced Gradient Approach to Expansion of Water Distribution Networks; G. Yu, R.S. Powell. Optimal Design of Water Distribution Networks with Multiple Loadings; A. Udo. Design Management of Pipeline Systems; D.S. Miller. Economic Pipe Sizing -- Complex Networks; B.B. Sharp. Cost Reduction in Irrigation Networks by an Efficient Use of Pressure Reducing Valves; R. Perez, F. Martinez, A. Vela. Water supply Systems Optimization for Developing Countries; R.G. Cembrowicz. Time-Step Control in TMA for Steady Flows in Large Pipelines; M. Shimada. A System for the Engineering Design of Transmission and Distribution Pipe Networks; D.G. Papanikas, V. Pantazis, P. Papagiannidis, M. Bitzas. Session B: Safe Design. Measurements and Computations of Transients in Pumped Sewer Plastic Mains; T. Larsen, R. Burrows. Surge Protection on the Trimpley Supply to Birmingham; T.J. Kingham, J.M. Drake. Failure of a Rural Water System; A.I. Prasuhn. Fluid-Structure Interaction in Non-Riged Pipeline Systems -- Large Scale Validation Tests; A.C.H. Kruisbrink, A.G.T.J. Heinsbroek. Analysis of Penstock Fracture by Water Hammer; Y. Kono, Y. Sugai, T. Sugano. Experiences with Surge Protection Devices; C.S. Martin, L. Cobb. Pipeline Systems for Liquid Sulfar; R. Szczepanek, R. Pichler. Characteristics of Lignite Ashes Transport from Steam Power Plants through Pipelines; Z. Vekelic. Session C: Operation. Network Simplification by Equivalent Modeling for Optimal Operations; Y-C Chen, B. Coulbeck. Knowledge Based Systems in Operational Scheduling of Water Distribution Networks; M. Likeman. Diagnosis of Hydraulic Performance of Water Supply Systems; H. Alegre, S.T. Coelho. On-Line Control of a City Water Supply and Distribution System; B. Coelbeck, C.H. Orr. Session D: Monitoring and Inspection. Leak Detection through Hydraulic Transient Analysis; L. Jonsson, M. Larson. State-of-the-Art Pipeline Leak Detection; P. Black. Flow Measurement in Large Complex Ductworks; A.E. Vardy. Structural Condition Assessment of Water Trunk Mains; R. Oliphant. Methods to Determine Parameters Characterizing Technical State of Pipelines with Pronounced Deposition; P.V. Davlianidze, L.A. Alkehin, T. Tsamalashvili, I. Zeikidze. Index.