Analytical study on a restoration method for pipeline positions in case of clay soil

Masashi Komura, Koichi Araki, Hideki Shimada, Takashi Sasaoka, Kikuo Matsui

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Abstract

Buried pipelines that have sagged can result in damage to welded joints, disconnections and so on. Performance can also be affected with stagnation or stoppage of flow, which can lead to major secondary problems, such as caved-in roads or effluent leakage. To overcome these problems, various methods have been proposed and used for the restoration of flow performance and fixing damaged sections of underground pipelines without the need for excavation. However, there are not many methods available that do not require excavation for repairing reduced flow performance and stoppages, or pipeline damage caused by sagging, which is thought to be the major contributor to this type of damage. The authors provide a report on construction methods and examples that do not require excavation, but instead use a system of grouting for the ground, surrounding the buried pipeline, to aid in the repair of the pipeline position, which can actually improve the surrounding foundations.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication28th International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition 2010, NO-DIG 2010
Pages441-448
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Event28th International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition 2010, NO-DIG 2010 - , Singapore
Duration: Nov 8 2010Nov 10 2010

Other

Other28th International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition 2010, NO-DIG 2010
CountrySingapore
Period11/8/1011/10/10

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clay soil
restoration
Restoration
clays
soils
Clay
Pipelines
excavation
Soils
Excavation
damage
welded joints
construction method
Grouting
effluents
grouting
roads
fixing
repair
maintenance

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Geology
  • Geophysics
  • Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology
  • Civil and Structural Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Building and Construction

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Komura, M., Araki, K., Shimada, H., Sasaoka, T., & Matsui, K. (2010). Analytical study on a restoration method for pipeline positions in case of clay soil. In 28th International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition 2010, NO-DIG 2010 (pp. 441-448)

Analytical study on a restoration method for pipeline positions in case of clay soil. / Komura, Masashi; Araki, Koichi; Shimada, Hideki; Sasaoka, Takashi; Matsui, Kikuo.

28th International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition 2010, NO-DIG 2010. 2010. p. 441-448.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Komura, M, Araki, K, Shimada, H, Sasaoka, T & Matsui, K 2010, Analytical study on a restoration method for pipeline positions in case of clay soil. in 28th International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition 2010, NO-DIG 2010. pp. 441-448, 28th International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition 2010, NO-DIG 2010, Singapore, 11/8/10.
Komura M, Araki K, Shimada H, Sasaoka T, Matsui K. Analytical study on a restoration method for pipeline positions in case of clay soil. In 28th International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition 2010, NO-DIG 2010. 2010. p. 441-448
Komura, Masashi ; Araki, Koichi ; Shimada, Hideki ; Sasaoka, Takashi ; Matsui, Kikuo. / Analytical study on a restoration method for pipeline positions in case of clay soil. 28th International No-Dig Conference and Exhibition 2010, NO-DIG 2010. 2010. pp. 441-448
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