SearchSkip to Search Results
- 2Structural analysis (Engineering)
- 1Buried Steel Pipeline
- 2Myrholm, Brian W.
- 1Cheng, J. J. R.
- 1Gonzalez, Carlos V.
- 1Kennedy, Jacob R
- 1Kim, Yong W.
- 1Mohajerrahbari, Nima
An industrial construction enterprise operating in the City of Edmonton wants to improve its bidding strategies that are currently plagued with uncertainty, lack of information and historical price variability. The present research studies a compilation of documents obtained from company archives...
Development of an experimental setup for measuring vacuum decay in dual-wall fiber-reinforced composite pipesDownload
Thermal management and energy input are required to maintain working fluids, i.e., liquefied natural gas, liquid nitrogen, and multi-phase fluids within their optimal working conditions. Increasing a pipes’ thermal resistance, e.g., utilizing vacuum insulation, is one method of minimizing energy...
Structural engineering report SER 238 | SER-ID SER238
Buried steel pipelines are widely used in transportation and distribution of oil/gas products over long distance. The changing geo-environmental conditions over the line may subject the pipelines to unforeseen load combinations and prompt the failure and loss of containment of the pipelines that...
Traditionally in pipeline steels and welds, ultrasonic testing (UT) has been used for crack and/or flaw detection. The work presented in this Thesis explores the use of this technique to characterize the microstructure of pipe steels. Ultrasonic velocity calculations, for shear and longitudinal...