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Trenchless Technology: Pipeline and Utility Design, Construction, and Renewal, Second Edition

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  • Edition: 2nd
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  • Copyright: 2021-10-15
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Table of Contents

Foreword
Foreword to First Edition
Preface
1 Overview and Comparison of Trenchless Technologies
   1.1 Introduction
   1.2 Two Main Divisions of Trenchless Technology Methods
   1.3 Trenchless Construction Methods (TCMs)
   1.4 Trenchless Renewal Methods (TRMs)
   1.5 Summary
2 Social Costs of Utility Construction: A Life Cycle Cost Approach
   2.1 Cost of a Project
   2.2 Preconstruction Costs
   2.3 Construction Costs
   2.4 Postconstruction Costs
   2.5 Calculating Social Costs
   2.6 Estimating Cost of Traffic Disruptions
   2.7 Reducing Social Costs
   2.8 Summary
3 Pipeline Asset Management, Condition Assessment, and Cleaning
   3.1 Background
   3.2 Asset Management
   3.3 Causes of Pipeline Deterioration
   3.4 Pipeline Inspection: Gravity Sewer Pipe
   3.5 Pipeline Inspection: Pressure Pipe
   3.6 Acoustic Emission Testing (AET)
   3.7 Tethered and Untethered Transmission Main Leak Location
   3.8 Pipeline Cleaning Methods
   3.9 Gas and Hazardous Liquid Asset Management
   3.10 External Corrosion
   3.11 Internal Corrosion
   3.12 Inline Inspection
   3.13 Third Party Damage Prevention
   3.14 Surveys and Patrols
   3.15 Advanced Leak Detection
   3.16 Emerging Technologies
   3.17 Acknowledgement
4 Design Considerations for Trenchless Pipeline Construction Methods
   4.1 Introduction
   4.2 Surface Survey
   4.3 Subsurface Investigations
   4.4 Alignment Considerations
   4.5 Calculating Jacking Force in Pipe Jacking and Microtunneling
   4.6 Summary
5 Design Considerations for Trenchless Renewal Methods
   5.1 Introduction
   5.2 TRM Selection Process
   5.3 Selection of a Renewal Method Based on Existing Pipe Conditions
   5.4 Selection of a Renewal Method Based on Site and Project Conditions
   5.5 Selection of a Renewal Method (a Six-Step Process)
   5.6 General Design Considerations
   5.7 Structural Design of CIPP
6 Pipe Materials for Trenchless Technology
   6.1 Introduction
   6.2 Pipe-Soil Interaction
   6.3 Pipe Selection Considerations
   6.4 Cement-Based Pipes
   6.5 Vitrified Clay Pipe
   6.6 Plastics Pipes
   6.7 Metallic Pipes
   6.8 Corrosion Protection
   6.9 Acknowledgments
7 Horizontal Auger Boring (Bore and Jack)
   7.1 Introduction
   7.2 Brief History
   7.3 Method Description
   7.4 Cradle-Type Horizontal Auger Boring
   7.5 Main Features and Application Range
   7.6 Guidance Systems
   7.7 Hybrid Methods
8 Pipe Ramming
   8.1 Introduction
   8.2 Method Description
   8.3 Main Features and Application Range
   8.4 Effects of Pipe Ramming on Surrounding Environment
9 Pipe/Box Jacking and Utility Tunneling
   9.1 Introduction to Pipe Jacking
   9.2 Method Description
   9.3 Main Features and Application Range
   9.4 Introduction to Utility Tunneling
   9.5 Method Description
   9.6 Main Features and Application Range
10 Horizontal Directional Drilling
   10.1 Introduction and Background
   10.2 HDD Classifications
   10.3 Method Description
   10.4 Main HDD Features and Application Range
   10.5 Acknowledgment
11 Microtunneling Methods
   11.1 Introduction
   11.2 Method Description
   11.3 Microtunneling Process
   11.4 Main Features and Application Range
12 Pilot Tube
   12.1 Introduction
   12.2 Method Description
   12.3 Main Features and Application Range
   12.4 Advantages
   12.5 Limitations
   12.6 Acknowledgment
13 Direct Pipe
   13.1 Introduction and Background
   13.2 Method Description
   13.3 Main Features and Application Range
   13.4 Hydraulic Fracture Analysis for Direct Pipe
   13.5 Case Study
   13.6 Review Questions
   13.7 Acknowledgments
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 Case Study
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: Large Diameter Segmental Sliplining
16 Close-fit Pipe
   16.1 Introduction
   16.2 Close-fit Pipe Applications
   16.3 Method Description
   16.4 Quality Documentation
   16.5 Advantages
   16.6 Limitations
17 In-line Replacement
   17.1 Introduction
   17.2 Pipe Bursting Methods
   17.3 Pipe Removal Methods
   17.4 Method Applicability
   17.5 Construction Considerations
   17.6 Advantages
   17.7 Limitations
18 Service Lateral Renewal
   18.1 Introduction
   18.2 Service Lateral Renewal Methods
   18.3 Advantages
   18.4 Limitations
19 Localized Repair
   19.1 Introduction
   19.2 Primary Characteristics
   19.3 Robotic Repairs
   19.4 Grouting
   19.5 Internal Seal
   19.6 Point CIPP
20 Modified Sliplining
   20.1 Introduction
   20.2 Spiral Wound Lining (SWL)
   20.3 Panel Lining (PL)
   20.4 Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP) Linings
   20.5 Acknowledgment
21 Spray Applied Pipe Linings
   21.1 Introduction
   21.2 Material Type and Purpose
   21.3 Installation Process
   21.4 Inspection and Testing
   21.5 Acknowledgment
22 Thermoformed Pipe
   22.1 Introduction
   22.2 Thermoformed Pipe Applications
   22.3 Construction Considerations
   22.4 Quality Assurance and Documentation
   22.5 Advantages
   22.6 Limitations
23 Sewer Maintenance Hole Renewal
   23.1 Introduction
   23.2 Maintenance Hole Components and Typical Problems
   23.3 Maintenance Hole Inspection and Safety Issues
   23.4 Classification of Maintenance Hole Problems and Selection of Proper Method
   23.5 Decision Support Tool for Maintenance Hole Rehabilitation
   23.6 Summary of Maintenance Hole Renewal Methods
   23.7 Advantages and Limitations of Maintenance Hole Renewal Methods
Glossary
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Organizations Related to Trenchless Technology
Conversion Table
Bibliography
References
Index

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