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Handbook of PE Pipe

Handbook of PE Pipe

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chapter 1 introduction
features and benefits of hdpe pipe
ductility
visco-elasticity
summary
references

chapter 2 inspections, tests and safety consideration

introduction
handling and storage
handling equipment
general considerations during installation
inspection and testing
post installation
considerations for post start-up and operation

chapter 3 engineering properties
polyethylene plastics
history of polyethylene
manufacture of polyethylene
polymer characteristics
molecular weight
effect of molecular weight distribution on properties
mechanical 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 endurance
short-term mechanical properties
=tensile properties
general physical properties
-impact strength
-hardness
-abrasion resistance
-permeability
-thermal properties
electrical properties
flammability and combustion toxicit
chemical resistance
aging
toxicological properties

chapter 4 polyethylene pipe and fittings manufacturing
introduction
pipe extrusion
raw materials description
extrusion line
raw materials handling
drying
extrusion principles
extruders
die design
pipe sizing operation
cooling
pullers
take-off equipment
saw equipment and bundling
fittings overview
injection molded fittings
fabricated fittings
quality control/quality assurance testing

chapter 5 specifications, test methods and codes for
polyethylene piping systems
introduction
properties and classification of polyethylene material
material selection and specification
-astm d-3350 Standard specification for polyethy

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-plastics pipe and fittings materials\ufffd
-thermal stability
-polyethylene grade - d 3350
-ppi designations
test methods and standards for stress rating, dimensioning,fittings and joining of
polyethylene pipe systems
-pressure rating of polyethylene pipe
-dimensioning systems
standard specifications for fittings and joinings
codes, standards and recommended practices for
polyethylene piping systems
-plastics pipe institute (ppi)
-astm
-iso
-nsf international
-awwa
-plumbing codes
-other codes and standards
-factory mutual

chapter 6 design of polyethylene piping systems
introduction
section 1

design for flow capacity
pipe 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
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-surge considerations

-pressure flow of liquid slurries
-compressible gas flow
-gravity flow of liquids
-flow velocity
-pipe surface condition, aging

section 2

buried pe pipe design
introduction
calculations
installation category #1: standard installation-trench
or embankment
installation category #2: shallow cover vehicular loading
installation category #3: deep fill installation -radial earth pressure example
-ring deflection of pipes using watkins-gaube graph
-watkins

Gaube calculation technique
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-moore-selig equation for constrained buckling
in dry ground
-critical buckling example
installation category #4: shallow cover flotation effects
-design considerations for ground water flotation
-unconstrained pipe wall buckling (hydrostatic buckling)
-ground water flotation example

section 3

thermal design considerations
introduction
-unrestrained thermal effects
-end restrained thermal effects
-above ground piping systems
-buried piping systems

chapter 7 underground installation of polyethylene piping
introduction
flexible pipe installation theory
deflection control
pipe embedment materials
terminology of pipe embedment materials
classification and supporting strength of pipe embedment materials
installation procedure guidelines
inspection
references

chapter 8 above-ground applications for polyethylene
introduction
design criteria
temperature
chemical resistance
ultraviolet exposure
mechanical impact or loading
design methodology
pressure capability
expansion and contraction
installation characteristics
on-grade installations
restrained pipelines
supported or suspended pipelines
anchor and support design
pressure-testing

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