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Author Pavlou, Dimitrios G.

Title Composite materials in piping applications : design, analysis and optimization of subsea and onshore pipelines from FRP materials / Dimitrios G. Pavlou
Published Lancaster, PA : DEStech Publications Inc., [2013]
©2013

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Description xvi, 398 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.Mechanical Behavior of Fiber Reinforced Composite Materials -- 1.1.Mechanical Behavior of Laminae -- 1.1.1.Generalized Hooke's law -- 1.1.2.Effects of free thermal strains -- 1.1.3.Effects of free moisture strains -- 1.1.4.Plane stress constitutive relations -- 1.1.5.Coordinate transformation of stress and strain components -- 1.1.6.Transformation of engineering properties -- 1.1.7.Free thermal and free moisture strains in the global coordinate system -- 1.2.Mechanical Behavior of Laminates -- 1.2.1.Classical lamination theory -- 1.2.2.Laminate nomenclature -- 1.2.3.The Kirchhoff Assumption -- 1.2.4.Laminate strains -- 1.2.5.Laminate stresses -- 1.2.6.Laminate stiffness matrix -- 1.2.7.Classification of laminates -- 1.3.The Tsai-Wu Failure Criterion -- References -- 2.Classification, Properties and Production Technology of FRP Materials -- 2.1.The Composite Matrix Material -- 2.1.1.Thermosets -- 2.1.2.Thermoplastics -- 2.2.Fiber Materials --
Contents note continued: 2.2.1.Glasses -- 2.2.2.Carbon fibers -- 2.2.3.Synthetic fibers -- 2.3.Production Technologies for FRP Composite Pipes -- 2.3.1.Filament winding -- 2.3.2.Fiber placement process -- References -- 3.Mechanical Design of Composite Pipelines -- 3.1.Types of Loading Cases -- 3.1.1.Installation loads -- 3.1.2.Operation loads -- 3.2.Pure Bending -- 3.2.1.Failure analysis -- 3.2.2.Buckling model -- 3.3.External Pressure -- 3.3.1.Failure analysis -- 3.3.2.Buckling model -- 3.4.Combination of Bending and External Pressure -- 3.4.1.Failure analysis -- 3.4.2.Buckling model -- 3.5.Axial Tension -- 3.5.1.Failure analysis -- 3.6.Combination of Bending and Axial Tension -- 3.6.1.Failure analysis -- 3.6.2.Buckling model -- 3.7.Combination of External Pressure and Axial Tension -- 3.7.1.Failure analysis -- 3.8.Torsion -- 3.8.1.Failure analysis -- 3.8.2.Buckling model -- References -- 4.Dynamic Stability of Composite Pipelines -- 4.1.Free Vibration of Composite Pipes --
Contents note continued: 4.1.1.Structural characteristics of composite pipes -- 4.1.2.Forces and bending moments acting on a composite pipe element -- 4.2.Accelerations of the Fluid and Pipe Elements -- 4.3.Equation of Motion -- 4.3.1.Solution of equation of motion -- 4.3.2.Types of instability -- 4.4.Transfer Matrices Method (TMM) -- 4.5.Estimation of Critical Velocity for Composite Pipes Conveying Fluid -- 4.5.1.Cantilever pipe -- 4.5.2.Fixed-fixed pipe -- 4.5.3.Pinned-pinned pipe -- 4.5.4.Fixed-pinned pipe -- 4.6.Effect of Temperature (Thermal Load) -- 4.7.Effect of Additional Mass -- 4.7.1.Transfer matrix of the segment 1-2 (pipe) -- 4.7.2.Transfer matrix of the segment 2-3 (collar-pipe) -- 4.7.3.Global transfer matrix -- 4.8.Effects of an Elastic Foundation -- 4.9.Effect of Additional Supports -- 4.9.1.Example -- 4.10.Estimation of Critical Flow Velocity in Relation to Divergence -- 4.10.1.Elastic foundation effect -- 4.10.2.Thermal load and elastic foundation effects --
Contents note continued: 4.10.3.Fixed-fixed pipe -- 4.10.4.Pinned-pinned pipe -- 4.10.5.Fixed-pinned pipe -- 4.11.Hydraulic Hammer -- 4.11.1.Shock pressure in a branched pipe -- 4.12.Wave Propagation Due to Hydraulic Hammer -- 4.12.1.Example -- References -- 5.Connection and Supports of Composite Pipelines... -- 5.1.Joining of Composite Pipelines -- 5.1.1.Approximate mechanical model for axial loading -- 5.1.2.Approximate mechanical model for bending -- 5.2.Above-Ground Pipes -- 5.2.1.Maximum spacing between supports -- 5.2.2.Minimum hanger widths -- 5.2.3.Sizing of expansion loops -- 5.3.Underground Pipelines -- References -- 6.Creep Design of Piping Applications Using Composite Materials -- 6.1.Introduction -- 6.2.Creep Damage Accumulation Mechanisms in Composite Materials -- 6.3.Short and Long-Term Static Failure of Composite Pipes -- 6.3.1.Damage modeling -- 6.3.2.Creep rupture -- 6.3.3.An example of preliminary design for the long-term --
Contents note continued: 6.4.Lifetime of Composites Pipes Under Cyclic Loading -- 6.5.Applicable Standards -- 6.5.1.Identification and comparison of main standards -- 6.5.2.Long-term qualification tests of four different types of GRP -- 6.6.Practical Design: A Case Study -- 6.7.Conclusions -- 6.8.Acknowledgements -- References -- 7.Flow Capacity of Composite Pipelines -- 7.1.Gas Transmission -- 7.1.1.Estimation of gas flow rate -- 7.2.Liquid Transmission -- 7.2.1.Flow capacity for laminar liquid flow -- 7.2.2.Flow capacity for turbulent flow -- 7.3.Multiphase Flow -- 7.3.1.Multiphase flow regimes for inclined pipelines -- References -- 8.Optimization of Material Cost -- 8.1.Fiber Orientation and Loading Forces -- 8.1.1.Optimum fiber orientation for the combination of axial tension and external pressure -- 8.1.2.Optimum fiber orientation for the combination of bending and axial tension -- 8.1.3.Optimum fiber orientation for the combination of bending and external pressure --
Contents note continued: 9.Quality Control of Composite Pipe Systems -- 9.1.Test Methods and Material Characterization -- 9.1.1.Thermal analysis DSC (Differential Scanning Calorimetry) -- 9.1.2.Measurement of residual stresses -- 9.1.3.Creep strain and creep rupture tests -- 9.1.4.Impact testing -- 9.1.5.Fatigue testing -- 9.2.International Standards for Composite Pipes -- 9.3.Detection of Defects and Structural Health Monitoring -- 9.3.1.Piezoelectric techniques -- 9.3.2.Optical fiber-based techniques -- 9.3.3.Ultrasonic testing -- References -- 10.Case Studies -- Introduction -- 10.1.Axial Tension -- 10.1.1.Results of failure model for axial tension -- 10.2.Pure Bending -- 10.2.1.Results of failure model for pure bending -- 10.2.2.Results of buckling model for pure bending -- 10.3.External Pressure -- 10.3.1.Results of failure model for external pressure -- 10.3.2.Results of buckling model for external pressure -- 10.4.Torsion -- 10.4.1.Results of failure model for torsion --
Contents note continued: 10.5.Butt Joints of Multilayered Filament-Wound Pipes -- 10.5.1.E-glass epoxy material -- 10.5.2.S-glass/epoxy material -- 10.6.Hanger Width -- 10.6.1.E-glass/epoxy material -- 10.6.2.S-glass-epoxy material -- 10.7.Spaces Between Supports -- 10.7.1.E-glass/epoxy material -- 10.7.2.Material: S-glass/epoxy material -- 10.8.Installation Depth for Underground Pipelines vs. the Vertical Load F -- 10.8.1.E-glass-epoxy materials -- 10.8.2.S-glass/epoxy material
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Pipelines -- Design and construction.
ISBN 9781605950297
1605950297