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This manual covers the practical aspects of pipeline design, integrity, maintenance and repair. Applicable codes and standards are examined, as will the issues of mechanical and hydraulic design and construction practices. The optimum routing and layout techniques will also be assessed. You will learn to recognise causes of degradation in-service, whether mechanically induced (pressure, fatigue, pressure transients and external damage) or due to corrosion for example, wall thinning, pitting and cracking. The focus of this manual is mainly in a land based environment and will teach you to use key performance indicators to measure the performance of your pipeline system.
It concentrates on the consideration of internal, external and pipeline corrosion and assesses the various inspection and repair techniques. You will gain valuable knowledge in the implementation of integrity management programs, periodic inspections and evaluation of results, as well as evaluation of maintenance issues and asset management.
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