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handbook of PE pipe

handbook of PE pipe

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File : pdf, 8.01 MB, 535 pagesDownload : http://artikel-software.com/blogTOCChapter 1 IntroductionFeatures and Benefits of HDPE PipeDuctilityVisco-ElasticitySummaryReferencesChapter 2 Inspections, Tests and Safety ConsiderationIntroductionHandling and StorageHandling EquipmentGeneral Considerations During InstallationInspection and TestingPost InstallationConsiderations for Post Start-Up and OperationChapter 3 Engineering PropertiesPolyethylene PlasticsHistory of PolyethyleneManufacture of PolyethylenePolymer CharacteristicsMolecular WeightEffect of Molecular Weight Distribution on PropertiesMechanical Properties=Establishing Long-Term Design Properties-Tensile Creep Curves-Tensile Creep or Apparent Modulus-Stress Relaxation-Simplified Representation of Creep and-Stress-Relaxation Modulus-Creep Recovery-Creep Rupture-Long-Term Hydrostatic Strength-Rate Process Method Validation-Fracture Mechanics-Cyclic Fatigue EnduranceShort-Term Mechanical Properties=Tensile PropertiesGeneral Physical Properties-Impact Strength-Hardness-Abrasion Resistance-Permeability-Thermal PropertiesElectrical PropertiesFlammability and Combustion ToxicitChemical ResistanceAgingToxicological Properties
 
Chapter 4 Polyethylene Pipe and Fittings ManufacturingIntroductionPipe ExtrusionRaw Materials DescriptionExtrusion LineRaw Materials HandlingDryingExtrusion PrinciplesExtrudersDie DesignPipe Sizing OperationCoolingPullersTake-off EquipmentSaw Equipment and BundlingFittings OverviewInjection Molded FittingsFabricated FittingsQuality Control/Quality Assurance TestingChapter 5 Specifications, Test Methods and Codes forPolyethylene Piping SystemsIntroductionProperties and Classification of Polyethylene MaterialMaterial Selection and Specification-ASTM D-3350 Standard Specification for Polyethy
-Plastics Pipe and Fittings Materials
-Thermal Stability-Polyethylene Grade - D 3350-PPI DesignationsTest Methods and Standards for Stress Rating, Dimensioning,Fittings and Joining ofPolyethylene Pipe Systems-Pressure Rating of Polyethylene Pipe-Dimensioning SystemsStandard Specifications for Fittings and JoiningsCodes, Standards and Recommended Practices forPolyethylene Piping Systems-Plastics Pipe Institute (PPI)-ASTM-ISO-NSF International-AWWA-Plumbing Codes-Other Codes and Standards-Factory MutualChapter 6 Design of Polyethylene Piping SystemsIntroductionSection 1 Design for Flow CapacityPipe ID for Flow Calculations-Pressure Rating for Pressure Rated Pipes-Fluid Flow in Polyethylene Piping--Head Loss in Pipes--Pipe Deflection Effects--Head Loss in Fittings--Head Loss Due to Elevation Change-Pressure Flow of Water Hazen-Williams
-Surge Considerations
 
-Pressure Flow of Liquid Slurries-Compressible Gas Flow-Gravity Flow of Liquids-Flow Velocity-Pipe Surface Condition, AgingSection 2 Buried PE Pipe DesignIntroductionCalculationsInstallation Category #1: Standard Installation-Trenchor EmbankmentInstallation Category #2: Shallow Cover Vehicular LoadingInstallation Category #3: Deep Fill Installation -Radial Earth Pressure Example-Ring Deflection of Pipes Using Watkins-Gaube Graph-Watkins Gaube Calculation Technique
-Moore-Selig Equation for Constrained Bucklingin Dry Ground-Critical Buckling ExampleInstallation Category #4: Shallow Cover Flotation Effects-Design Considerations for Ground Water Flotation-Unconstrained Pipe Wall Buckling (Hydrostatic Buckling)-Ground Water Flotation ExampleSection 3 Thermal Design ConsiderationsIntroduction-Unrestrained Thermal Effects-End Restrained Thermal Effects-Above Ground Piping Systems-Buried Piping SystemsChapter 7 Underground Installation of Polyethylene PipingIntroductionFlexible Pipe Installation TheoryDeflection ControlPipe Embedment MaterialsTerminology of Pipe Embedment MaterialsClassification and Supporting Strength of Pipe Embedment MaterialsInstallation Procedure GuidelinesInspectionReferencesChapter 8 Above-Ground Applications for PolyethyleneIntroductionDesign CriteriaTemperatureChemical ResistanceUltraviolet ExposureMechanical Impact or LoadingDesign MethodologyPressure CapabilityExpansion and ContractionInstallation CharacteristicsOn-Grade InstallationsRestrained PipelinesSupported or Suspended PipelinesAnchor and Support DesignPressure-Testing

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