UNDERGROUND PIPING DESIGN


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UNDERGROUND PIPING DESIGN
1010810UNDERGROUND PIPING DESIGNThis chapter describes the criteria and methods used for the installation of underground piping in a site, starting 5′-0″ (1.5 m) from the outside wall of the facility. The loads placed on the pipe, the method of calculating these loads, and determination of the required supporting strength of the pipe are discussed. Underground double-wall pipe is covered in Chap. 23.
GENERAL All buried pipe is subject to stresses imposed upon it by the nature of burial. Such factors as the pipe itself, bedding methods, type of backfill, material, type and shape of trench, …
Citation
Michael Frankel, CIPE, CPD,: Facilities Site Piping Systems Handbook. UNDERGROUND PIPING DESIGN, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2012), AccessEngineering Export