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A Comparative Analysis on Sewer Structural Condition Grading Systems Using Four Sewer Condition Assessment ProtocolsDownload
Pipeline condition assessment is a primary task in running an efficient urban asset management program because in the case of system failure, the consequences can be significant to both municipalities and users. Selecting a suitable assessment protocol is crucial for municipalities, since the...
Pipelines form an integral component of the distribution network of oil and gas products, which have to be transported from production sites to markets far off where there is need for them. Pipelines thus have to traverse long distances and as any other structure are susceptible to damages with...
Buried pipelines that share a common corridor with nearby overhead AC power lines experience voltage induction. The induced voltages can cause personnel safety and pipeline corrosion problems. Industry has a requirement to reduce the induced voltages below an acceptable level. In view of the...
In a region such as the Athabasca Oil Sands, a major consequence of resource development is the need to transport people, materials and energy into and out of the region. While resource development has encouraged the establishment or upgrading of transportation infrastructure such as roads, a...
Contains the following chapters: Existing Facilities Location of Transportation Facilities Pipeline and Powerline Impact Rural Agricultural Area The Environmental Impact Analysis Corridor Cross-Section Cost Analysis Inter-Party Responsibilities in Utility Corridor
The philosophy of the Study as envisaged at the outset, is to obtain the maximum useful input from all those who might be affected in any way. The basis is complete disclosure by the Consultant Group of all relevant material and ideas. In order to provide the necessary background, technical...
The philosophy of the Study as envisaged at the outset, is to obtain the maximum useful input from all those who might be affected in any way. The basis is complete disclosure by the Consultant Group of all relevant material and ideas. Technical meetings were held to obtain pertinent information...
Contains the following chapters: SUPPLY & DEMAND - Seaton-Jordan & Associates Ltd. URBAN GROWTH IMPLICATIONS OF CORRIDOR TERMINAL LOCATION - K.C. Mackenzie Associates Ltd. IMPACTS OF PETROCHEMICALS ON ATHABASCA TAR SANDS CORRIDORS & TERMINALS - Hydrocarb Consultants Ltd. PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF...