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Full-Scale Stray-Current Tests HVDC Power Transmission The Dalles - Los Angeles for Inter-Association Steering Committee Ebasco Services Incorporated Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Dec-1970 / 270 pages L19722e Various Need: High-voltage current effects on grounded metallic structures. Result: Presented in this report are the results of "full-scale" tests that were made to determine the effects on grounded metallic structures of stray high-voltage direct current...
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Gas Measurement Committee Report H.C. Cooper, F.M. Towl, T.R. Weymouth, M.E. Benesh Pipeline Research Council International / 01-May-1924 / 16 pages L41019e Various Need: The need to measure natural gas. Result: This report and its specifications and recommendations relate to and should be understood to be confined to the following two types of orifice meters: (1) orifice meters whose orifices are circular and which are to be placed concentric with the pipeline, and in which the upstream...
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Pipeline Research Summary 1979 Various Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Jan-1979 / 76 pages L00032e Pipeline Research Council International, Inc. Need: In its continuing efforts to provide safe, continuous service to its customers at the lowest possible cost, the Pipeline Research Council International, Inc sponsors a number of research projects in various areas of pipeline technology. Result: The broad technical objectives of the NG-18 program are aimed at the strength and...
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Review of Gas Industry Pipeline Coating Practices Nunez, S.; Coulson, K.; Choate, L.C.; Banach, J.L. Pipeline Research Council International / 15-Jul-1988 / 20 pages L51586e Corrosion Supervisory Committee of the Pipeline Research Committee Reports the results of a survey of 27 pipeline transmission companies concerning their coating practices. The survey focused on coating problems and coating preferences. Prepared by the Corrosion Supervisory Committee of the Pipeline Research Committee.
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Gas Hydrates and Their Relation to the Operation of Natural-Gas Pipe Lines W.M. Deaton, E.M. Frost, JR. Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Jul-1946 / 110 pages
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Flow of Natural Gas Through High-Pressure Transmission Lines T.W. Johnson, W.B. Berwald Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Feb-1935 / 126 pages L41022e U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR - BURUEAU OF MINES Need: Long have there recognized a need for reliable data pertaining to flow of gas suitable for commercial design and operation of high-pressure transmission systems. Result: Numerous data on gas flow through pipe lines under many conditions of operation were obtained from...
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AC Mitigation Collection Assorted Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Sep-2000 / 583 pages L51820e Assorted The Collection is made up of the documents listed below. The collection saves you a total of $1532 Mutual Design Considerations for Overload AC Transmission Lines and Gas Transmission Pipelines (2 volumes), L51278 Mutual Design of Natural Gas Pipelines and Electric Power Lines, L51417 Power Line-Induced AC Potential on Natural Gas Pipelines for Complex Rights-of-Way...
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Materials of Construction for Use in An LNG Pipeline J. Dainora, A. R. Duffy, T. J. Atterbury Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Apr-1968 / 146 pages L40000e Battelle Memorial Institute Need: The recent activities in the field of liquefied natural gas (LNG) has induced considerable interest in the possibility of piping natural gas in its liquid, rather than gaseous, form. Many national and international LNG projects are already commercially established. These plants are presently...
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Non-Recoverable Gas in Underground Storage Nelson Rudd - Consultant Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Feb-1979 / 162 pages L51381e PRCI Need: It is well known that when gas accumulates in a partially water saturated porous reservoirs, either by natural entrapment or by artificial injection, a significant fraction of that gas cannot subsequently be recovered. The actual quantity of non-recoverable gas depends on many factors, some relating to the reservoir itself and others...
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Addition of Inhibitors to the Soil above Pipelines to Minimize Stress Corrosion Cracking J. A. Davies, R. R. Fessler Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Jan-1977 / 45 pages L11777e Battelle Memorial Institute Need: Past research on the causes of pipeline failures in the field has shown that some failures were caused by stress-corrosion cracking. Subsequent work in the laboratory has identified a number of chemicals as being good inhibitors of stress-corrosion cracking of pipe...
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Manual for Determination of Supercompressibility Factors Zimmerman, Richard H. Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Dec-1970 / 412 pages L00340e Ohio State University Need: This manual is based on the findings of PAR Research Project NX-19 initiated by the Pipeline Research Committee in 1956 upon the recommendation of the Gas Measurement Committee. The initial purpose was to extend the range of the A.G.A. Supercompressibility Factor Tables published in 1955, 1956. However, a...
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Using Foaming Agents to Remove Liquids from Gas Wells H.N. Dunning, J.L. Eakin, C.J. Walker Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Aug-1960 / 50 pages L00250e Various Need: The chemical stimulation of gas production from natural reservoirs and underground storage projects is rapidly expanding. Such stimulative methods commonly use energy available in the reservoir to perform operations that previously were done mechanically with external energy. Therefore, chemical methods often...
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Development of Techniques for Improving Downhole Inspection of Steel Pipe Casing G. H. Wilson, R.P. Meister Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Nov-1977 / 98 pages L11577e Battelle Memorial Institute Need: Steel pipe casing used in underground gas storage is subject to corrosion primarily on the outside pipe surface. Corrosion in the form of pitting and wall thinning can cause serious maintenance and operational problems. Early detection and characterization of corrosion in...
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Effect of Hydrogen on the Properties of High-Strength, Controlled-Rolled Line Pipe Steels T. P. Groenveld, A. R. Elsea Pipeline Research Council International / 22-Apr-1977 / 52 pages L11877e Battelle Memorial Institute Need: This report describes an investigation of the susceptibilities of high-strength controlled-rolled line pipe steels to hydrogen stress cracking (HSC) and the effect of long-term cathodic charging with hydrogen on their mechanical properties. Result: Studies of the...
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An Analysis of Reportable Incidents for Natural Gas Transmission and Gathering Lines: 1970 Through 1975 J.F. Kiefner, R.B. Smith Pipeline Research Council International / 29-Apr-1977 / 116 pages L11677e Battelle Memorial Institute Need: The purpose of the study is to organize the reportable incident data into a meaningful format from which the safety record of the industry can be assessed. The project is a continuing one in which it is anticipated that each years data will be analyzed and...
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Analysis and Testing of Pipe Response to Buried Explosive Detonations E. D. Esparaza; P. S. Westine; A. B. Wenzel Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Jul-1978 / 186 pages L51378e Southwest Research Institute (e-book version)Need: Stress in steel pipelines needs to be predicted before any nearby buried explosive blasting can be done safely. Benefit: This report describes a blasting research program conducted to develop simple procedures for predicting the maximum stresses in steel...
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Hyperbaric Shielded Metal Arc Welding B.E. Pinfold, J.H. Nixon, J.M.F. Mota, D.V. Dorling Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Jan-1980 / 79 pages L51401e BOC SubOcean Services Need: It is common knowledge that the welding arc is affected by the surrounding atmosphere (gas and pressure) and it was believed, prior to starting the present work, that metallurgical problems could also occur under hyperbaric conditions. These were mainly associated with the belief that some atmospheres...
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Further Studies of Two Methods for Repairing Defects in Line Pipe J. Kiefner; G. Whitacre Pipeline Research Council International / 02-Mar-1978 / 270 pages L22279e Battelle Memorial Institute (e-book version)Need: An essential requirement of most pipeline systems is that they remain in-service even when repairs must be carried out or when branch lines must be added, This need has led to the development of widely accepted practices of making in-service repairs and hot-taps. While both of...
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Noise Control Handbook (1977) Volumes 1 & 2 R.H. Pish, C.R. Sparks, M.F. Ajax, M.E. Brown, D.R. Saathoff Pipeline Research Council International / 01-May-1977 / 334 pages L00377e Southwest Research Institute Need: In response to the growing need to more effectively and efficiently respond to industry's expanding responsibilities regarding noise control. Result: The initial objective of this program was to define noise effects and criteria both for employee hearing protection and...
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The Effect of Elevated Temperatures and the Environment on the Design of Cathodic Protection for Offshore Pipeline Eugene A. Decarlo, Sylvia C. Walker, Robert J. Zamecnik Pipeline Research Council International / 01-Jan-1970 / 205 pages L51420e Lockheed Marine Services Need: The corrosion rate of offshore pipelines when subjected to elevated operating temperatures and various environmental conditions on the cathodic protection requirements in seawater needed to be determined. Result: The...