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Pipeline technology. R. Denys (Editor). Proc. 2nd Internat. Pipeline Technology Conf., 11--14 September 1995, Ostend, Belgium, publ'd Elsevier Science B.V., P.O. Box 211, Amsterdam, 1000AE Netherlands, Vol. 2, numerous illus., figs., tables, 618 pages (ISB
These proceedings contribute to the continued development of pipeline technology. Consideration being given to corrosion assessment and weld metal matching, deepwater pipelining and ultrasonic testing. Pipeline integrity with reference to corrosion, coatings and testing is discussed and the use of X...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
TMCP steel plates for sophisticated pipeline projects. A. Streisselberger et al. Paper. Proc. Conf., Pipeline technology, Vol. 1, pages 357--368. (See abstract 406 for complete reference).
Consideration is given to the requirements of modern linepipe grades. The production facilities and process design with reference to the steel making, casting and TMCP (thermo-mechanical control processing) rolling technology of Dillenger Huttenwerke are described. Example applications of plate for ...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Spherical and spheroidal steel structure products made by using integral hydro-bulge forming [IHBF] technology. S.H. Zhang et al. J. Construct. Steel Res., April-June 1998, 46(1--3), 338, 339. (Synopsis, see abstract 1848 for full details).
This new technology dispenses with dies and presses when forming the spherical or spheroidal steel parts. Steel plates are first cut into predesigned shapes and the blanks are then fabricated and welded into a closed polyhedral shell according to certain patterns. The shell is filled with fluid medi...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Production of longitudinally welded large diameter linepipe for deep water applications. M. Graf, H.-G. Hillenbrand and U. Zeislmair. Paper. Proc. Conf., Pipeline technology, Vol. 1, pages 389--401. (See abstract 406 for complete reference).
Details are reported of the production of linepipe up to about 41mm wall thickness. Consideration is given to all the steps, from steel making to pipe making, involved in the manufacture of high collapse strength linepipe, as well as the properties of the pipe. Pipe geometry is shown to have a subst...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Steel-body PDC-bit technology improves bit performance. Anon. JPT, December 1998, 50(12), 42, 43 (Synopsis SPE paper 47815).
Details are given of the way improved drilling performance of steel-body bits produced significant savings for operators in directional wells, swelling shales, and a variety of applications requiring use of WBM. Thesse new bits have significantly higher blade standoff than matrix bits, thus providin...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Maintaining urban gas systems demands special technologies. T.F. Anglero. Pipeline Gas J., April 1994, 221(4), 37--39.
Innovative trenchless technology is used to repair a gas main in Brooklyn. The Tite Liner system for installing a polyethylene liner inside a 20 in. steel main operating at 15 psi is described. The liner pipe is radially compressed by about 7% and a pulley winch maintains the reduced diameter during...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Wayne Stellmach, Steel Tank Institute. State-of-the-Art corrosion-resistant steel UST technology makes 'rusty steel tanks' a thing of the past.. The Bulletin, 2000 Vol 38 (3), pp 67-70
Underground storage tanks.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Decommissioning technology challenges. Anon. JPT, April 1999, 15(4), 56, 57. (Synopsis OTC paper 8785).
Attention is drawn to these challenges which the industry faces going into the next millennium. Regulation, various options, and technological challenges involving removal of steel platforms, removal of concrete gravity-based structures, and disposal issues and considerations. Consideration is also ...Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
MDPE system designed for higher performance steel pipe coating. E. Fassiau. Paper. Proc. Conf., Pipeline technology, Vol. 2, pages 177--185. (See abstract 909 for complete reference).
The new high performance MDPE three layers system is introduced, details being given of its chemical resistance, peeling resistance, epoxy/adhesive interface, adhesive/PE interface, adhesive layer, stress-cracking resistance, and abrasion resistance and mechanical properties.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract
Metallurgical and mechanical features of X100 linepipe steel. F. Kawabata et al. Paper. Proc. Conf., Pipeline technology, Vol. 2, pages 263--271. (See abstract 909 for complete reference).
The development is described of X100 linepipe steel based on the new concept in the thermo-mechanical control process (TMCP) for optimum microstructure control. The metallurgical details are presented and discussed together with the mechanical properties of the plate. 7 refs.Availability: OnlineRecord type: Abstract