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The Resource Oil and gas pipelines and piping systems : design, construction, management, and inspection, Alireza Bahadori

Oil and gas pipelines and piping systems : design, construction, management, and inspection, Alireza Bahadori

Label
Oil and gas pipelines and piping systems : design, construction, management, and inspection
Title
Oil and gas pipelines and piping systems
Title remainder
design, construction, management, and inspection
Statement of responsibility
Alireza Bahadori
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Bahadori, Alireza
Dewey number
621.8672
Index
no index present
LC call number
TA660.P55
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Pipelines
  • Pipelines
Summary expansion
Oil and Gas Pipelines and Piping Systems: Design, Construction, Management, and Inspection delivers all the critical aspects needed for oil and gas piping and pipeline condition monitoring and maintenance, along with tactics to minimize costly disruptions within operations. Broken up into two logical parts, the book begins with coverage on pipelines, including essential topics, such as material selection, designing for oil and gas central facilities, tank farms and depots, the construction and installment of transportation pipelines, pipe cleaning, and maintenance checklists.Moving over to piping, information covers piping material selection and designing and construction of plant piping systems, with attention paid to flexibility analysis on piping stress, a must-have component for both refineries with piping and pipeline systems.Heavily illustrated and practical for engineers and managers in oil and gas today, the book supplies the oil and gas industry with a must-have reference for safe and effective pipeline and piping operations.Presents valuable perspectives on pipelines and piping operations specific to the oil and gas industryProvides all the relevant American and European codes and standards, as well as English and Metric units for easier referenceIncludes numerous visualizations of equipment and operations, with illustrations from various worldwide case studies and locations
Label
Oil and gas pipelines and piping systems : design, construction, management, and inspection, Alireza Bahadori
Instantiates
Publication
Note
2.4.2 Engineer's Approval Prior to the Use of Explosives
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Oil and Gas Pipelines and Piping Systems; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Biography; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1 Transportation Pipelines; 1.1 Fluid Categories; 1.2 Design; 1.2.1 Operational Requirements; 1.2.2 Economic Considerations (Optimization); 1.2.3 Hydraulic Design; 1.2.4 Velocity Limitations; 1.2.5 Pressure Drop Calculations; 1.2.5.1 Pressure Drop in Crude Oil Pipelines; 1.2.5.2 Pressure Drop in Refinery Products Pipelines; 1.2.5.3 Pressure Drop in NGL Pipelines; 1.2.5.4 Pressure Drop in Natural Gas Pipelines; 1.3 Mechanical Design
  • 1.3.1 Application of Codes (Category B Fluids)1.3.2 Application of Codes (Category C and D Fluids); 1.3.3 Pigging Requirements; 1.3.4 Block Valves; 1.3.5 Thermal Relief Valves; 1.3.6 Vents and Drains; 1.3.7 Valves and Flanges; 1.3.8 Double Block and Bleed System; 1.3.9 Emergency Depressurization Facilities; 1.3.10 Overpressure Protection System; 1.3.11 Pipeline Stability; 1.4 Pipeline Wall Thickness Calculating Basis; 1.4.1 Minimum Wall Thickness; 1.4.2 Design Factors (for Hoop Stress Limitation); 1.4.3 Strain-Based Design for Hot Products Pipelines; 1.4.4 Derating Factors; 1.5 Materials
  • 1.5.1 Material Procurement1.5.2 Line Pipe Materials; 1.5.3 Valves; 1.5.4 Branch Connections, Fittings, Etc.; 1.6 Pipeline Route Selection; 1.6.1 Route and Soil Surveys; 1.6.2 Proximity to Occupied Buildings; 1.6.3 Proximity to Other Facilities; 1.6.4 Right-of-Way; 1.6.4.1 Right-of-Way Width; 1.6.4.2 Other Considerations; 1.7 Pipeline Protection and Marking; 1.7.1 Burial Philosophy; 1.7.2 Trench Dimensions; 1.7.3 Thermal Expansion and Other Forces; 1.7.4 Nonburied Pipelines; 1.7.5 Corrosion Protection; 1.7.6 Pipeline Markers; 1.8 Crossings; 1.8.1 River Crossings
  • 1.8.2 Road and Railway Crossings1.8.3 Crossing Other Pipelines; 1.8.4 Crossing Land Faults; 1.8.4.1 Land Slides; 1.9 Records; APPENDIX; Service Pipeline co. Formula; Shell/MIT Formula; Simplified Darcy Equation; T.R. Aude and Hazen-William's Formulas; Moody Friction Factor Chart; 2 Construction Guidelines for Onshore Transportation Pipelines Applications; 2.1 Material Handling; 2.1.1 Storing Materials; 2.1.2 Loading and Unloading Pipes; 2.1.3 Stockpiling of Pipes; 2.1.4 Transportation of Pipes; 2.1.5 Hauling of Coating Materials; 2.1.6 Damaged Pipes; 2.1.7 Final Storage; 2.2 Right-of-Way
  • 2.2.1 Route2.2.2 Drainage and Temporary Staking; 2.2.3 Clearing and Grading; 2.2.4 Clearing; 2.2.5 Grading; 2.2.6 Access/Service Roads; 2.2.7 Access and Service Roads (Permanent); 2.2.8 Permits and Authorization; 2.2.9 Care of Services and Properties; 2.3 Ditching; 2.3.1 Method of Ditching and Padding of Trench Bed; 2.3.2 Setting Stakes; 2.3.3 Care of Services; 2.3.4 Rock Trench and Padding; 2.3.5 Ditch Dimensions; 2.3.6 Bell Holes for Tie-Ins; 2.3.7 Damages and Claims; 2.4 Supply, Storing, Handling, and Use of Explosive Materials; 2.4.1 Supply, Handling, and Storage of Explosive Materials
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (661 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780128038413
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn958566273
  • (OCoLC)958566273
Label
Oil and gas pipelines and piping systems : design, construction, management, and inspection, Alireza Bahadori
Publication
Note
2.4.2 Engineer's Approval Prior to the Use of Explosives
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Oil and Gas Pipelines and Piping Systems; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Biography; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1 Transportation Pipelines; 1.1 Fluid Categories; 1.2 Design; 1.2.1 Operational Requirements; 1.2.2 Economic Considerations (Optimization); 1.2.3 Hydraulic Design; 1.2.4 Velocity Limitations; 1.2.5 Pressure Drop Calculations; 1.2.5.1 Pressure Drop in Crude Oil Pipelines; 1.2.5.2 Pressure Drop in Refinery Products Pipelines; 1.2.5.3 Pressure Drop in NGL Pipelines; 1.2.5.4 Pressure Drop in Natural Gas Pipelines; 1.3 Mechanical Design
  • 1.3.1 Application of Codes (Category B Fluids)1.3.2 Application of Codes (Category C and D Fluids); 1.3.3 Pigging Requirements; 1.3.4 Block Valves; 1.3.5 Thermal Relief Valves; 1.3.6 Vents and Drains; 1.3.7 Valves and Flanges; 1.3.8 Double Block and Bleed System; 1.3.9 Emergency Depressurization Facilities; 1.3.10 Overpressure Protection System; 1.3.11 Pipeline Stability; 1.4 Pipeline Wall Thickness Calculating Basis; 1.4.1 Minimum Wall Thickness; 1.4.2 Design Factors (for Hoop Stress Limitation); 1.4.3 Strain-Based Design for Hot Products Pipelines; 1.4.4 Derating Factors; 1.5 Materials
  • 1.5.1 Material Procurement1.5.2 Line Pipe Materials; 1.5.3 Valves; 1.5.4 Branch Connections, Fittings, Etc.; 1.6 Pipeline Route Selection; 1.6.1 Route and Soil Surveys; 1.6.2 Proximity to Occupied Buildings; 1.6.3 Proximity to Other Facilities; 1.6.4 Right-of-Way; 1.6.4.1 Right-of-Way Width; 1.6.4.2 Other Considerations; 1.7 Pipeline Protection and Marking; 1.7.1 Burial Philosophy; 1.7.2 Trench Dimensions; 1.7.3 Thermal Expansion and Other Forces; 1.7.4 Nonburied Pipelines; 1.7.5 Corrosion Protection; 1.7.6 Pipeline Markers; 1.8 Crossings; 1.8.1 River Crossings
  • 1.8.2 Road and Railway Crossings1.8.3 Crossing Other Pipelines; 1.8.4 Crossing Land Faults; 1.8.4.1 Land Slides; 1.9 Records; APPENDIX; Service Pipeline co. Formula; Shell/MIT Formula; Simplified Darcy Equation; T.R. Aude and Hazen-William's Formulas; Moody Friction Factor Chart; 2 Construction Guidelines for Onshore Transportation Pipelines Applications; 2.1 Material Handling; 2.1.1 Storing Materials; 2.1.2 Loading and Unloading Pipes; 2.1.3 Stockpiling of Pipes; 2.1.4 Transportation of Pipes; 2.1.5 Hauling of Coating Materials; 2.1.6 Damaged Pipes; 2.1.7 Final Storage; 2.2 Right-of-Way
  • 2.2.1 Route2.2.2 Drainage and Temporary Staking; 2.2.3 Clearing and Grading; 2.2.4 Clearing; 2.2.5 Grading; 2.2.6 Access/Service Roads; 2.2.7 Access and Service Roads (Permanent); 2.2.8 Permits and Authorization; 2.2.9 Care of Services and Properties; 2.3 Ditching; 2.3.1 Method of Ditching and Padding of Trench Bed; 2.3.2 Setting Stakes; 2.3.3 Care of Services; 2.3.4 Rock Trench and Padding; 2.3.5 Ditch Dimensions; 2.3.6 Bell Holes for Tie-Ins; 2.3.7 Damages and Claims; 2.4 Supply, Storing, Handling, and Use of Explosive Materials; 2.4.1 Supply, Handling, and Storage of Explosive Materials
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (661 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780128038413
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn958566273
  • (OCoLC)958566273

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