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

Mohammad Najafi
McGraw-Hill Education

Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product.THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO NO-DIG ENGINEERINGThis comprehensive reference covers the latest techniques and materials for high-demand trenchless technology methods. Offering practical procedures, details on new tools and techniques, and analysis methods that can save pipeline owners, municipalities, and utilities thousands of dollars in costs and weeks of surface disruptions, this valuable resource offers dig-free answers that will help planners and engineers: Locate and assess the condition of existing pipelinesPlan, design, and implement trenchless construction and renewal projectsManage, assess risks, and prioritize underground pipeline and utility assetsChoose from a number of useful trenchless technologiesApply field-tested analysis to projectsManage social costs, environmental concerns, and safety issuesGet need-to-know answers on soil compatibility of trenchless constructionDiscover the latest pipeline advances in equipment, methods, and materials for water, wastewater, gas, and oil applicationsLearn trenchless construction methods, such as microtunneling, horizontal directional drilling, the pilot tube method, pipe ramming, horizontal auger boring, pipe jacking, and utility tunnelingLearn pipeline renewal methods, such as cured-in-place pipe, pipe bursting, sliplining, close-fit pipe, underground coatings and linings, panel linings, sewer laterals, localized repairs, modified sliplining, thermoformed pipe, and manhole renewalGet practical answers from case studies and easy-to-read tables and chartsFrom need-to-know information on construction methods to design guidelines and regulatory help, Trenchless Technologyis a priceless working tool for engineers tackling the dual challenges of aging infrastructures and new environmental mandates.