2021 Amsterdam : A COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF PVC PIPES RECYCLING
Author(s) : A. Marangoni
The quality of infrastructures is a key driver for maximizing the performance of the
utilities networks and minimizing the environmental impacts associated with their
operation. The water and sewer pipes are key network elements to guarantee a
satisfactory service to the citizens. Their end-of-life management is an...
2021 Amsterdam : A METHODOLOGY TO DETERMINE CHARPY IMPACT STRENGTH OF NOTHCED SPECIMEN CUT FROM PLASTICS PIPES
Author(s) : Li, Yanjun, Xiang, Aimin, Xu, HaiyunBeijing, Xie, Jianling, Ho, Kinman, Xu, HaiyunBeijing
It is necessary to evaluate the impact resistance of plastics pipes as they have the potential to be
damaged by hitting or colliding during storage, transportation and installation. As a well-established
test method, the Charpy impact strength of unnotched test pieces cut from thermoplastics pipes is
2021 Amsterdam : CHEAPER AND BETTER NETWORKS REALISED WITH PRACTICAL DESIGN SOFTWARE
Author(s) : Andreas Moerman, Flip van der Valk, Mirjam Blokker KWR, Tjakko Haaijer, Jan Vreeburg,
Drinking water companies with ageing networks are facing vast amounts of drinking
water network reconstructions during the coming decades. This development coincides
with the energy transition, which puts pressure on the available space underground.
These external drivers give drinking water companies an opportunity...
2021 Amsterdam : DESIGN OF A DISTRIBUTED STRAIN MONITORING SYSTEM FOR HDPE WATER PIPELINES CROSSING AN EARTHQUAKE FAULT
Author(s) : Peter Hubbard, Linqing Luo, Andrew Yeskoo, Kenichi Soga, Krista (Moita) Araica, Gus Cicala, Marshall McLeod
Seismically active faults pose a risk to buried water pipelines that can be complicated
to quantify. Fault type, slip rate, pipeline geometry, and soil conditions all factor into a
complex soil-pipeline interaction. For critical pipelines that cross faults, high-density
polyethylene (HDPE) has become an attractive...
2021 Amsterdam : DESIGN OF LARGE DIAMETER BURIED PIPES
Author(s) : Anders Andtbacka, Peter Sejersen
In the late nineties a study of the behavior of buried thermoplastics pipes was carried
out. The project had input and participants from both the plastic pipe industry as well as
from external organizations. Six external leading experts in the field of pipeline design,
not necessarily plastics pipes design, have been...
2021 Amsterdam : MULTILAYER POLYMER PIPES – THE INFLUENCE OF RESIDUAL STRESS ON FATIGUE LIFETIME
Author(s) : Lukas Travnicek, Pavel Hutar, Jan Poduska, Andreas Frank, Florian Arbeiter, Jaroslav Kucera, Jiri Sadilek, Gerald Pinter, Lubos Nahlik
The application of recycled material in pressure piping systems has been considered
lately – it was suggested, that the recycled polyethylene could be used as a part of a
multilayer pipe together with virgin material. This type of pressure pipes is not availableon the market yet, so their properties can be only...
2021 Amsterdam : MUTUAL RECOGNITION OF THE CERTIFICAT ION SCHEMES IN EUROPE
Author(s) : Horst Stimmelmayr, Peter Sejersen
The voluntary certification scheme for plastic multilayer piping systems for hot and cold
drinking water inside buildings is a joint effort of two key European organizations. It was
initiated in close cooperation with the Brussels based European trade association of
plastic pipe and fittings manufacturers, TEPPFA....
2021 Amsterdam : PIPE FOR FIRE EXTINGISHING DEVICE
Author(s) : Yoshikatsu NISHIDA, Yukihisa YAMADA, Masaya IWASAKI, Masaru TOMOBE, Yuichi KOUGA
By using polyethylene as the main material for this fire extinguishing device pipe, a
resin-made fire extinguishing device is developed that is maintenance-free for eight
years and can cope with the abnormal heat generation of lithium ion batteries.
In order to prevent the internal extinguishant from permeating and...
2021 Amsterdam : PLASTIC PIPES FOR WATER DRAINAGE IN RAIL- AND MOTORWAY TUNNELS – A MAJOR CHALLENGE
Author(s) : Florian Arbeiter, Tobias Schachinger, Stefanie Eichinger, Gisbert Rieß, Michael Stur, Michael Steiner, Florian Saliger
Plastic pipes are of outstanding importance for the distribution of potable and
process waters, oil and gas, as well as for sewer and waste water disposal. However,
plastic pipes are also used in many other technical areas. Especially in European
countries with mountainous regions, such as Austria, Switzerland, Italy...
2021 Amsterdam : PVC Pipes TRAINING PACKAGE: 2020 UPDATE!
Author(s) : Sylvie Famelart, Vincent. Stone
In order to deliver to the market reliable and consistent information about PVC and the
different PVC pipe solutions, a Training Package was developed a few years ago. The
package was made up of a set of standalone PowerPoint slides, providing information
on PVC-U and PVC-C pipe systems. Information on both general...
2021 Amsterdam : PVC PIPES WITH SUPERIOR ROOT INTRUSION RESISTANCE
Author(s) : Argnani Claudio, Ing. Gianpaolo Contarini
...Clogging of the pipes can be experienced in sewer systems after a short period of
service, due to the intrusion of roots from plants and trees. Plants, and in particular
their roots, are attracted by the water flowing inside the pipes. These roots will strain
the connections between pipes, in particular the sockets...
2021 Amsterdam : TESTING AND EVALUATION OF NANOADDITIVES IN U-PVC PIPES
Author(s) : E. Boccaleri, L. Palin, G. Rombolà, M. Milanesio
In the last decades, research on nanostructured materials as additives for plastics
involved several polymeric matrices, but only limited studies and publications
involve PVC. In this work, the context of rigid application of PVC (U-PVC) for pipes
application was targeted, in order to test and evaluate the structural...