Pipeline Integrity Assurance: A Practical Approach

Pipeline Integrity Assurance: A Practical Approach

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By M. Mohitpour, A. Murray, M. McManus & I. Colquhoun

This book will provide a wealth of technical information for those concerned with, or responsible for, the safety and integrity of pipeline systems.

It addresses the full life cycle of a pipeline by considering the entire spectrum of pipeline integrity management, ranging from data gathering (tools and methods), assessment techniques (condition and risks verification), to repairs and emergency response, including incident management.

  • Publisher: ASME
  • Publish Date: 2010
  • Pages: 620
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780791859568

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Table of Contents

Dedication Preface Forewords Acknowledgments Permission Acknowledgments Glossary of terms Unit of Measurement Chapter 1 General and Historical Information Introduction; Trends in Pipeline System Development; Trends in Pipeline Corrosion Protection; Trends in Pipeline Integrity Inspection and Rehabilitation; Defect Assessment; Repair and Rehabilitation Techniques; Pipeline Integrity and Safety; Pipeline Operational Issues/Regulatory Requirements; Pipeline Integrity Management (PIM) Programs; Pipeline Risk Assessment and Security; References. Chapter 2 Pipeline Integrity Management Programs Introduction; Industry Standards and Documents Addressing Integrity; Pipeline Integrity Regulations; Elements of an Integrity Management Program (IMP); Roles and Responsibilities; High Consequence Area (HCA) Identification; Threat Identification and Risk Analysis Plan; Baseline Assessment Plan (BAP);Integrity Assessment/Mitigation Plans; Performance Measures Plan; Communications Plan; Management of Change Plan; Documentation Plan; Concluding Remarks on Integrity Management; References. Chapter 3 Pipeline Coating Introduction; Pipeline Coating; Code Requirement for Pipeline Coating Properties and Inspection; Pipeline Coating Failure Modes; Coating Performance; Important Coating Properties for Operation; Important Properties for Construction and Installation; References. Chapter 4 Pipeline Corrosion and Cathodic Protection Pipeline Corrosion and CP; Definition of Corrosion; Mechanism of CP; CP Requirement; Applicable Standards and Procedures; Pipeline Corrosion Influencing Factors; CP Methods; Sacrificial Anode Characteristics; CP Design Considerations; Electrical Interference Effects; Guideline for Annual CP Survey/Inspection; Guidelines for Rectifiers and Critical Bonds; Remedial Program; Equipment Protection and Safety Issues; References. Chapter 5 Data Gathering Tools for Integrity Assessment Inline Inspection (IlI); ILI Tools; EMAT; Tool Accuracy; Location Accuracy; Tool Data Validation Methods; Direct Assessment (refer to Chapter 6 for details); ECDA; ICDA; References. Chapter 6 Defect Assessment Introduction; Common Defect Types; Pipeline Stresses; Material Properties; Fracture Mechanics in defect Assessment; Defect Sizing; Defect Assessment Methods; References. Chapter 7 Pipeline Repairs Pipeline Repair Codes; Repair Procedures; Stopple and Bypass Stopple* and Hot Tapping Procedure; Pipeline Plugging; Planning Repairs; Repair Method Selection; Issues Related to Pipeline Repair; Heat Input (HI) Examples; References. Chapter 8 Integrity Technical Support Introduction; Supporting the IMP; Determining Re-inspection and Re-test Intervals; Fitness for Service Assessments; Incident/failure Investigation; References. Chapter 9 Emergency Response Planning and Incident Management Background; Definition of Emergency; ER Cooperation — Essential requirements 441 Elements of ER; Role of Emergency Management; Emergency Situations in Pipeline Transmission; What Is an ERP?; ER Guideline Manual; Incident Command System; Steps and Success factors in Responding to an Emergency; Classification of Emergency Incidents; Health, Safety, and Environmental Aspects of Pipeline Construction; Industry Safety Guidelines for Pipeline Construction; Risks During Pipeline Construction — Elements Affecting Safety; Emergency Incidences; Pipeline Incident Management; Glossary of Terms and Acronyms related to ER, Safety, and Risk; Abbreviations; References. Chapter 10 Pipeline Risk Management Introduction: Risk Assessment; Risk Assessment as Part of an Integrity Management Plan; Risk Mitigation Measures; Risk Acceptance Criteria and Communication; Pipeline Security Risk; Summary; References. Appendix
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