Utilize the most recent developments to combat challenges such as ice mechanics. The perfect companion for engineers wishing to learn state-of-the-art methods or further develop their knowledge of best practice techniques, Arctic Pipeline Planning provides a working knowledge of the technology and techniques for laying pipelines in the coldest regions of the world. Arctic Pipeline Planning provides must-have elements that can be utilized through all phases of arctic pipeline planning and construction. This includes information on how to:
- Solve challenges in designing arctic pipelines
- Protect pipelines from everyday threats such as ice gouging and permafrost
- Maintain safety and communication for construction workers while supporting typical codes and standards
- Covers such issues as land survey, trenching or above ground, environmental impact of construction
- Provides on-site problem-solving techniques utilized through all phases of arctic pipeline planning and construction
- Is packed with easy-to-read and understandable tables and bullet lists
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SECTION 1: History of Construction in Arctic Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Design and Construction SECTION 2: Safety and Communication Chapter One: Safety on Construction Sites Chapter Two: Pipeline system communication Chapter Three: Electrical
SECTION 3: Selection of Material Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Material properties in low temperature environment Chapter Three: Line pipes Chapter Four: Fittings and forgings Chapter Five: Valves
Ramesh Singh, MS, IEng, MWeldI, is registered as Incorporated Engineer with British Engineering Council UK and a Member of The Welding Institute, UK. He worked as engineer for various operating and EPC organizations in Middle East, Canada and US. Most recently, he worked for 10 years with Gulf Interstate Engineering, Houston, TX. He is now consulting in the fields of pipeline integrity and related materials and corrosion topics. Ramesh is a graduate from Indian Air Force Technical Academy, with diplomas in Structural Fabrication Engineering and Welding Technology. He has been member and officer of the Canadian Standard Association and NACE and serves on several technical committees. He has worked in industries spanning over aeronautical, alloy steel castings, fabrication, machining, welding engineering, petrochemical, and oil and gas. He has written several technical papers and published articles in leading industry magazines, addressing the practical aspects of welding, construction and corrosion issues relating to structures, equipment and pipelines.