Behavior and performance of liner pipe in trenchless and trenched portions of sliplining rehabilitation

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ConferenceInternational No-Dig 2003 Conference: 31 March 2003, Las Vegas, Nevada
Pages114; # of pages: 14
Subjectbehavior, performance, liner pipe, loading, sliplining, trenchless, trenched portion, rehabilitation; Rehabilitation techniques
AbstractThis paper addresses how differences in loading and bedding affect the performance of trenched and trenchless portions of grouted and ungrouted sliplined pipes. It covers HDPE, PVC and reinforced fiberglass liner pipe materials. It compares trenchless and trenched portions of the liner pipe in terms of loading, responses to load, effect of bedding and service life. It defines a critical length for the trenched portion in which joints should be avoided, and a practical formula is proposed for determining the critical length.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number46292
NPARC number20386280
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