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The complete guide to trenchless technology projectmanagement, planning, costs, and methods Written by an expert in the field of pipeline system engineering, this book describes how to plan, schedule, and implement efficient, cost-effective trenchless technology piping projects. Filled with detailed illustrations and real-world examples, Trenchless Technology: Planning, Equipment, and Methods explains how to accurately compare the costs of trenchless projects,considering geotechnical and rock mass impacts, drilling fluids, and locating and tracking equipment.


Características

  • ISBN: 9780071762458
  • Páginas: 608
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2013

Compra bajo pedidoDisponibilidad: 3 a 7 Días

Contenido Trenchless Technology: Planning, Equipment, and Methods

The complete guide to trenchless technology projectmanagement, planning, costs, and methods

Written by an expert in the field of pipeline system engineering, this book describes how to plan, schedule, and implement efficient, cost-effective trenchless technology piping projects. Filled with detailed illustrations and real-world examples, Trenchless Technology: Planning, Equipment, and Methods explains how to accurately compare the costs of trenchless projects,considering geotechnical and rock mass impacts, drilling fluids, and locating and tracking equipment.

This in-depth reference provides important information on how to estimate the cost of labor and equipment and schedule trenchless piping projects. A wide range of trenchless technology methods suitable for various groundand project conditions are discussed in this practical resource.


Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1: Introduction and Conceptual Cost Comparison of Trenchless Technology Methods
        
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Trenchless Construction Methods      
1.3 Microtunneling Method       
1.4 Horizontal Directional Drilling Method
1.5 Pilot Tube Microtunneling Method
1.6 Pipe Jacking
1.7 Utility Tunneling
1.8 Cured-in-Place Pipe
1.9 Sliplining
1.10 Spray-in-Place Pipe (Spray-on Linings)
1.11 Pipe Bursting
1.12 Open-Cut Method
1.13 TCM Cost Comparison
1.14 TRM Cost Comparison
1.15 Cost Analysis Summary
1.16 Chapter Summary

Chapter 2: Planning for Trenchless Technology Projects
        
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Background Assessment
2.3 Screening of Alternatives
2.4 Data Collection
2.5 Final Evaluation and Selection of Alternatives
2.6 Predesign Surveys
2.7 Land Use
2.8 Environmental Impacts and Benefits
2.9 Jobsite Logistics Requirements
2.10 Length of Installation and Jacking/Pulling Forces
2.11 Accuracy and Tolerances Including Settlement and Heave
2.12 Entry and Reception Shafts and Pits
2.13 Service Connections
2.14 Maintaining Service
2.15 Chapter Summary

Chapter 3: Trenchless Technology Contracts, Project Delivery Methods,Specifications, and Means and Methods
        
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Construction Contracts
3.3 Project Delivery Methods
3.4 Means and Methods
3.5 Chapter Summary and Concluding Remarks

    
Chapter 4: Geotechnical and Subsurface Considerations

        
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Constructability
4.3 Soil Types
4.4 Soil Strength
4.5 Suitability of Trenchless Methods for Different Ground Conditions
4.6 Alignment Considerations
4.7 Investigating Surface and Subsurface Conditions
4.8 Investigating Project Conditions
4.9 Field Tests
4.10 Laboratory Tests
4.11 Case Studies
4.12 Chapter Summary

Chapter 5: Rock Mass Properties and Trenchless Project Feasibility

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Rock Mass Properties
5.3 Site Investigations
5.4 Rock Mass Characterization
5.5 Rock Mass Classification
5.7 Chapter Summary

    
Chapter 6: Locating and Tracking Planning and Methods for Horizontal Directional Drilling
        
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Overview of Walk-Over Locating Systems
6.3 Brief Theory Behind the Operation of Walk-Over Systems
6.4 Prebore Activities
6.5 Walk-Over System Operation
6.6 Planning and Costs for Locating and Tracking Systems
6.7 Use of Software for HDD Planning
6.8 Chapter Summary

Chapter 7: Drilling and Lubricating Fluids

7.1 Introduction
7.2 Importance of Water
7.3 Importance of Soils
7.4 Hydrofractures or Fracouts
7.5 Solids Removal Systems
7.6 Chapter Summary

Chapter 8: Planning and Construction Requirements for Horizontal Directional Drilling

8.1 Introduction
8.2 HDD Project Planning
8.3 Maxi-HDD Design Considerations
8.4 Drilled Path Design
8.5 Equipment and Materials
8.6 Drilling Fluids
8.7 Specifications and Drawings
8.8 Pipe Selection Considerations and Pullback Force Calculations
8.9 HDD Project Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC)
8.10 Mini-HDD Considerations
8.11 Chapter Summary
Case Study of Project Planning for a Maxi-HDD Project

Chapter 9: Horizontal Auger Boring (Bore and Jack)

9.1 Introduction
9.2 Brief History
9.3 Method Description
9.5 Main Features and Application Range
9.6 Guidance Systems
9.7 Recent Innovations
9.8 Chapter Summary

Chapter 10: Pipe Ramming

10.1 Introduction
10.2 Method Description
10.3 Main Features and Application Range
10.4 Chapter Summary

Chapter 11: Microtunneling Methods

1.1 Introduction
11.2 Method Description
11.3 Microtunneling Process
11.4 Main Features and Application Range
11.5 Contractor’s Submittals
11.6 Measurement and Payment
11.7 Specifications
11.8 Project Closeout
11.9 Chapter Summary

Chapter 12: Pilot Tube Method

12.1 Introduction
12.2 Pilot Tube Method Description
12.3 Major Components of Pilot Tube Method
12.4 PTM Planning and Design Considerations
12.5 Chapter Summary

Chapter 13: Pipe/Box Jacking and Utility Tunneling

13.1 Introduction
13.2 Method Description
13.3 Utility Tunneling
13.4 Case Study: Record Jacking Project in San Antonio, Texas
13.5 Chapter Summary

Chapter 14: Cured-in-Place Pipe

14.1 Introduction
14.2 Site Compatibility and Applications
14.3 Main Characteristics
14.4 Method Description
14.5 Major Advantages
14.6 Major Limitations
14.7 Scheduling and Costs
14.8 Chapter Summary

Chapter 15: Sliplining

15.1 Introduction
15.2 Site Compatibility and Applications
15.3 Main Characteristics
15.4 Sliplining Methods
15.5 Installation
15.6 Design Considerations
15.7 Sliplining Gas Lines
15.8 Advantages
15.9 Limitations
15.10 Case Study, Houston, Texas
15.11 Chapter Summary

Chapter 16: Sewer Lateral Renewal

16.1 Introduction
16.2 Service Lateral Renewal Methods
16.3 Chapter Summary

Chapter 17: Localized Repairs

17.1 Introduction
17.2 Primary Characteristics
17.3 Robotic Repairs
17.4 Grouting
17.5 Internal Seal
17.6 Point CIPP
17.7 City of Portland Case Study
17.8 Chapter Summary

Chapter 18: Planning and Construction Requirements for Pipe Bursting

18.1 Introduction
18.2 Pipe Bursting Systems
18.4 Pipe Bursting vs. Other Alternatives
18.5 Pipe Bursting Project Classification
18.6 Preliminary Surveying
18.7 Preparatory Work
18.8 Design Considerations
18.9 Risk Assessment Plan
18.10 Plans and Specifications
18.11 Construction Considerations
18.12 Grooves on the Outside Surface of the Pipe
18.13 As-built Drawings
18.14 Contingency Plan
18.15 Safety Considerations
18.16 Completion Work
18.17 Replacing Laterals
18.18 Pipe Bursting with Segmental Pipes
18.19 Quality Assurance and Documentation
18.20 Cost Estimating
18.21 Potential Problems
18.22 Pipe Design
18.23 Chapter Summary

Chapter 19: Panel Linings for Large Diameter Sewer Applications

19.2 Primary Characteristics
19.3 Project Planning
19.4 Installation Process
19.5 Advantages
19.6 Limitations
19.7 Case Study: The SPR Spiral Wound Process
19.8 Chapter Summary

Chapter 20: Spray-in-Place Pipe

20.1 Introduction
20.2 Material Type and Purpose
20.3 Installation Process
20.4 Inspection and Testing
20.5 Chapter Summary and Concluding Remarks

Appendix A: Acronyms

Appendix B: Glossary of Terms


Appendix C: Abbreviations for Organizations Related to Trenchless Technology

Appendix D: Related Documents

Appendix E: Conversion Table

Appendix F: Center for Underground Infrastructure Research and Education (CUIRE)

References

Index


Biografía del autor
Mohammad Najafi, Ph.D., P.E, is the Director of the Center for Underground Infrastructure Research and Education (CUIRE) and Director of Construction and Infrastructure Engineering and Management at the Department of Civil Engineering at The University of Texas at Arlington. He is Founder and Chief Editor of the ASCE Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice and author of the Trenchless Technology: Pipeline and Utility Design, Construction, and Renewal, and Trenchless Technology Piping: Installation and Inspection both by McGraw-Hill. He lives in Arlington, Texas.

 

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