Tag: Pipelines

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Evaluating buried offshore pipes’ potential for buckling

A new paper in the Journal of Pipelines Systems Engineering and Practice looks at the pipe-soil interaction, specific to buckling.

New paper predicts transient response of air pockets in pipe networks

A paper in the "Journal of Hydraulic Engineering" explores how air pocket anomalies may distort transient signals.

Bechtel Pipeline Award Goes to Bell

ASCE has honored Graham E.C. Bell, Ph.D., P.E., FNACE, F.ASCE, with the 2019 Stephen D. Bechtel Pipeline Engineering Award for his exemplary 35-year career as a researcher, practitioner, and educator, fostering a dynamic evolution of the industry for standard-of-care issues for the condition assessment, rehabilitation, and corrosion control of linear and vertical civil infrastructure. Bell has more than 35 years of experience in water infrastructure....

Distinguished Member Eagerly Shares Hydraulics Expertise With the World

M. Hanif Chaudhry is a global engineer in every sense. He grew up in Pakistan, studied in Vancouver, and today at the University of South Carolina is associate dean of the College of Engineering and Computing. Chaudhry’s computational models of hydraulic transients are applied by engineers around the world, and he serves as a consultant to projects on six continents. His work on resonance in pipelines...