Steel Pipe: A Guide for Design and Installation (M11) / Edition 2

Steel Pipe: A Guide for Design and Installation (M11) / Edition 2

by AWWA (American Water Works Association), American Water Works Association
     
 

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ISBN-10: 1583212744

ISBN-13: 9781583212745

Pub. Date: 04/28/2004

Publisher: American Water Works Association


An excellent reference to help you select, install, and maintain steel water pipe. Completed updated, this comprehensive text discusses advances in pipe fabrication and welding techniques and includes a list of the latest protetive coatings and linings Full of practical applications and design parameters.

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An excellent reference to help you select, install, and maintain steel water pipe. Completed updated, this comprehensive text discusses advances in pipe fabrication and welding techniques and includes a list of the latest protetive coatings and linings Full of practical applications and design parameters.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781583212745
Publisher:
American Water Works Association
Publication date:
04/28/2004
Series:
AWWA Manual Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
238
Product dimensions:
8.43(w) x 10.94(h) x 0.62(d)

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1History, Uses, and Physical Characteristics of Steel Pipe

1.1 History

1.2 Uses,

1.3 Physical Characteristics, 1-5

1.4 Ductility and Yield Strength, 1-5

1.5 Stress and Strain, 1-8

1.6 Strain in Design, 1-14

1.7 Analysis Based on Strain, 1-15

1.8 Ductility in Design, 1-18

1.9 Effects of Cold Working on Strength and Ductility, 1-20

1.10 Brittle Fracture Considerations in Structural Design, 1-24

1.11 Good Practice, 1-30

1.12 Evaluation of Stresses in Spiral-Welded Pipe, 1-31
Chapter 2 Manufacture and Testing

2.1 Manufacture, 2-1

2.2 Testing, 2-6
Chapter 3 Hydraulics of Pipelines

3.1 Formulas, 3-1

3.2 Calculations, 3-10

3.3 Economical Diameter of Pipe, 3-24

3.4 Distribution Systems, 3-26

3.5 Air Entrainment and Release, 3-26

3.6 Good Practice, 3-28
Chapter 4 Determination of Pipe Wall Thickness

4.1 Internal Pressure, 4-2

4.2 Allowable Tension Stress in Steel, 4-4

4.3 Corrosion Allowance, 4-7

4.4 External Fluid Pressure-Uniform and Radial, 4-7

4.5 Minimum Wall Thickness, 4-11

4.6 Good Practice, 4-12
Chapter 5 Water Hammer and Pressure Surge

5.1 Basic Relationships, 5-1

for Pumping Mains, 5-7

5.3 General Studies for Water Hammer Control, 5-9

5.4 Allowance for Water Hammer, 5-11

5.5 Pressure Rise Calculations, 5-12
Chapter 6 External Load

6.1 Load Determination, 6-1

6.2 Deflection Determination, 6-4

6.3 Buckling, 6-11

6.4 Extreme External Loading Conditions, 6-14

6.5 Computer Programs, 6-19
Chapter 7 Supports for Pipe

7.1 Saddle Supports, 7-

7.2 Pipe Deflection as Beam, 7-10

7.3 Methods of Calculation, 7-14

7.4 Gradient of Supported Pipelines to Prevent Pocketing, 7-15

7.5 Span Lengths and Stresses, 7-26

7.6 Ring Girder Construction for Low-Pressure Pipe, 7-68

7.7 Installation of Ring_Girder Spans, 7-70
Chapter 8 Pipe Joints

8.1 Bell_and_Spigot Joint with Rubber Gasket, 8-2

8.2 Welded Joints, 8-4

8.3 Bolted Sleeve Type Couplings, 8-8

8.4 Flanges, 8-10

8.5 Grooved_and_Shouldered Couplings, 8-13

8.6 Expansion and Contraction-General, 8-14

8.7 Ground Friction and Line Tension, 8-19

8.8 Good Practice, 8-20
Chapter 9 Fittings and Appurtenances

9.1 Designation of Fittings, 9-1

9.2 Elbows and Miter End Cuts, 9-5

9.3 Reducers, 9-7

9.4 Bolt Hole Position, 9-18

9.5 Design of Wye Branches, Laterals, Tees and Crosses, 9-18

9.6 Testing of Fittings, 9-19

9.7 Unbalanced Thrust Forces, 9-20

9.8 Frictional Resistance Between Soil and Pipe, 9-20

9.9 Anchor Rings, 9-21

9.10 Nozzle Outlets, 9-21

9.11 Connection to Other Pipe Material, 9-22

9.12 Flanged Connections, 9-23

9.13 Valve Connections, 9-23

9.14 Blowoff Connections, 9-24

9.15 Manholes, 9-25

9.16 Insulating Joints, 9-26

9.17 Air_Release Valves and Air_and_Vacuum Valves, 9-27

9.18 Casing Spacers, 9-32

9.19 Good Practice, 9-33
Chapter 10 Principles of Corrosion and Corrosion Control

10.1 General Theory, 10-1

10.2 Internal Corrosion of Steel Pipe, 10-18

10.3 Atmospheric Corrosion, 10-19

10.4 Methods of Corrosion Control, 10-19

10.5 Cathodic Protection, 10-2
Chapter 11 Protective Coatings and Linings

11.1 Requirements of Good Pipeline Coatings and Linings, 11-1

11.2 Selection of the Proper Coating and Lining, 11-2

11.3 Recommended Coatings and Linings, 11-5

11.4 Epoxy-Based Polymer Concrete Coatings, 11-12

11.5 Coating Application, 11-13

11.6 Good Practice, 11-14
Chapter 12 Transportation, Installation, and Testing

12.1 Transportation and Handling of Coated Steel Pipe, 12-1

12.2 Trenching, 12-4

12.3 Installation of Pipe, 12-7

12.4 Anchors and Thrust Blocks, 12-26

12.5 Field Coating of Joints, 12-27

12.6 Pipe_Zone Bedding and Backfill, 12-28

12.7Hydrostatic Field Test, 12-31
Chapter 13 Supplementary Design Data and Details

13.1 Layout of Pipelines, 13-1

13.2 Calculation of Angle of Fabricated Pipe Bend, 13-4

13.3 Reinforcement of Fittings, 13-6

13.4 Collar Plate Design, 13-11

13.5 Wrapper_Plate Design, 13-15

13.6 Crotch_Plate (Wye_Branch) Design, 13-19

13.7 Nomograph Use in Wye_Branch Design, 13-21

13.8 Thrust Restraint, 13-34

13.9 Anchor Rings, 13-53

13.10 Joint Harnesses, 13-54

13.11 Special and Valve Connections and Other Appurtenances, 13-56

13.12 Freezing in Pipelines, 13-69

13.13 Design of Circumferential Fillet Welds, 13-81

13.14 Submarine Pipelines, 13-86
Index, 13-94

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