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Content DescriptionSponsored by the Pipelines Division of ASCE Renewal of Potable Water Pipes provides a detailed resource on planning, design, and construction of trenchless rehabilitation technologies for pipelines carrying drinking water. Trenchless renewal, rather than open-cut pipe replacement, offers a variety of benefits, including lower risk of damage to surrounding area, fewer traffic disruptions, better public safety, and shorter completion times. This Manual of Practice focuses on trenchless renewal of existing pipelines, rather than pipe bursting or replacement. Topics include: planning phase; preconstruction phase; construction and cleaning; pipeline renewal methods; and post-lining and close-out phase. It provides updated and comprehensive coverage of trenchless renewal methods, including fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) linings; cured-in-place pipe (CIPP); cement mortar lining; spray-in-place methods for polymer linings; close-fit pipe (CFP); and sliplining (SL). Appendixes provide a chart comparing trenchless renewal methods, a glossary, and a list of abbreviations and acronyms. MOP 132 will be helpful to engineers, water pipeline owners, consultants, technicians, and operators who are considering or implementing a water pipeline renewal project.
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