Pipeline Planning and Construction Field Manual (Free PDF)


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There are thousands of pipelines crisscrossing the globe, both onshore and offshore. Designing, constructing, and operating these pipelines and their appurtenant facilities require special skills along with experience. Design criteria and construction techniques differ from area to area and knowing where and how to access such criteria is essential for pipeline professionals.

This book was prepared in order to give engineers and technicians a working knowledge of the processes of planning, designing, and construction of a pipeline system. The idea for the book was conceived by Elsevier Senior Acquisitions Editor, Kenneth McCombs, in consultation with Shashi Menon, a professional engineer with over 37 years of experience in the US Oil and Gas industry. In addition, we assembled a team of experts with over 180 years combined experience throughout the United States and the world to collaborate on the book and produce a relevant and useful reference manual for pipeline planning and construction.

Content:-
List of Contributors
Author Biography
Preface
1. Design Basis
2. Route Selection
3. Pipeline Regulatory and Environmental Permits
4. Right-of-Way
5. Alignment Sheets
6. Overview of Pipeline Materials
7. Pipe Strength and Wall Thickness
8. Pipeline Hydraulic Analysis
9. Series and Parallel Piping and Power Required
10. Valve Stations
11. Pump Stations
12. Compressor Stations
13. Corrosion Protection
14. Leak Detection
15. Pipeline Pigging and Inspection
16. Pipeline Construction
17. Welding and NDT
18. Hydrostatic Testing
19. Commissioning
20. Specification Writing, Data Sheet Production, Requisition Development, and Bid Analysis
21. Operations and Maintenance Manuals
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Appendix 6
Appendix 7
Appendix 8
Appendix 9
Index

Author Details
"E. Shashi Menon", Ph.D., P.E.




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