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Response of buried pipelines subject to earthquake effects (Monograph series / Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research)

Michael J O"Rourke

Response of buried pipelines subject to earthquake effects (Monograph series / Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research)

by Michael J O"Rourke

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Published by Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research, University at Buffalo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Earthquake effects,
  • Scattering,
  • Seismic waves,
  • Soil mechanics,
  • Underground pipelines

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages249
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11736490M
    ISBN 100965668231
    ISBN 109780965668231

    Abstract This paper provides an overview of earthquake response of buried pipes subjected to permanent ground deformation hazards. Observed damage at segmented and continuous buried pipes, typical failure modes for segmented and continuous pipes, numerical modeling and provisions for design and analysis of welded steel pipelines are covered. Response of Buried Pipelines Subject to Earthquake Effects: MCEERMN03 by M.J. O'Rourke and X. Liu Seismic Design of Buried and Offshore Pipelines MN04 by M.J. O'Rourke and (Jack) X. Liu AmericanLifelinesAlliance Seismic Guidelines for Water Pipelines ALA

    This research aims to propose an evaluating method for seismic responses of buried pipelines and study the response characteristics of buried pipelines which are subjected to various seismic ground displacements with many conditions of pipelines and joints during earthquakes. Keywords. response analysis, buried pipeline, surface layers. Earthquake. Presentation: Polyethylene Pipeline Performance Against Earthquake (PP XIX, Las Vegas ) Polyethylene Pipeline Performance Against Earthquake (PP XIX, Las Vegas ) O'Rourke, M., Liu, X. (), Response of Buried Pipelines Subject to Earthquake Effects, MCEER; - Don Ballantyne, Relative Earthquake Vulnerability of Water Pipes.

    The response of a buried pipe surrounded by liquefied soil subject to spatially distributed transverse PGD can be analyzed using the O’Rourke method presented earlier. Vertical Movement When a pipeline is surrounded by liquefied soil, the pipeline may uplift due to the buoyancy and moves upward. @article{osti_, title = {A study of buried pipeline response to fault movement}, author = {Chiou, Y J and Chi, S Y and Chang, H Y}, abstractNote = {This study investigates the buried pipeline response to strike slip fault movement. The large deflection pipe crossing the fault zone is modeled as an elastica, while the remaining portion of small deflection pipe is modeled as a semi.


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Response of buried pipelines subject to earthquake effects (Monograph series / Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research) by Michael J O"Rourke Download PDF EPUB FB2

Response of Buried Pipelines Subject to Earthquake Effects M.J. O’Rourke X. Liu Monograph Series Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research A National Center of Excellence in Advanced Technology Applications. Response of buried pipelines subject to earthquake effects (Monograph series / Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research) [O'Rourke, Michael J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Response of buried pipelines subject to earthquake effects (Monograph series / Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research). Abstract: This monograph reviews the behavior of buried pipeline components subject to permanent ground deformation and wave propagation hazards, as well as existing methods to quantify the response.

To the extent possible and where appropriate, the review focuses on simplified procedures that can be directly used in the seismic analysis and design of buried pipeline.

Get this from a library. Response of buried pipelines subject to earthquake effects. [Michael J O'Rourke; Xuejie Liu].

Response of Buried Pipelines Subject to Earthquake Effects M.J. ORourke X. Liu Monograph Series Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research A National Center of Excellence in Advanced Technology Applications The Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research The Multidisciplinary Center for Earthquake Engineering Research (MCEER) is a national center of.

Seismic response of underground pipelines is investigat́ed theoretically considering dynamic soil‐pipe interaction. A lumped mass model of the pipe is employed with the soil reactions derived from static and dynamic continuum theories.

The soil is supposed to be homogeneous or composed of two different media separated by a vertical boundary. ASCE Subject Headings: Slopes, Buried pipes, Pipeline management, Seismic effects, Landslides, Pipelines, Permafrost, Earthquakes, United States Journal of Pipeline Systems Engineering and Practice Vol.

9, Issue 4 (November ). minimize the effect of earthquake on the existing pipeline, 1 Pipeline Pipeline system consists of buried and above ground pipelines, above ground facilities such as pumping stations, storage tanks and miscellaneous terminal facilities.

However the term pipeline in general implies a relatively large pipe spanning a long distance. Most works mainly deal with the analytical modeling of buried pipelines, soil–pipeline interaction, and earthquake-induced pipeline stresses. The seismic response analysis of buried pipelines is somewhat complex since it considers the three-dimensional (3D) dynamic analysis of the soil–pipeline interaction under multipoint earthquake excitations.

The scope of the paper is to investigate the response of steel buried pipelines subjected to reverse faulting. The problem is analyzed employing the Abaqus [] 3D FE analysis environment, with due consideration of material and geometric shown in the 3D representation of Fig.

1a, the FE model includes the steel pipe and the surrounding soil, connected. Book January earthquake effects on buried lifeline systems-Selcuk the seismic loads and response of pipelines should be considered carefully. The uncertainties in the. In this paper, the response of buried steel pipeline subjected to the strike–slip fault displacement is studied.

This study aimed to identify the seismic fault under the pipe at the intersection of large displacement (up to 3 meter fault displacement) and identify failure modes in the pipe.

The MCEER Monograph by O’Rourke and Liu entitled “Response of Buried Pipeline Subject to Earthquake Effects”provide background information and a summary for the topic.

An updated Buried Pipeline Monograph is expected early in An improved computer program ERAUL-II (Earthquake Response Analysis of Underground Lifelines-II) was developed for numerical computations. First, numerical response analyses were carried out for three-dimensional pipe systems with steel or cast iron pipe materials subject to large ground deformations or seismic ground motions.

Oâ Rourke and Liu () present a detailed methodology for evaluating response of buried pipelines subject to earthquake effects. Pipelines responses to both transient ground deformation and permanent ground deformation were addressed in these two studies. How- ever, the focus of these studies was on pipeline behavior in the longitudinal direction which is more suitable for a long continuous buried pipeline structure.

This paper presents a detailed review of the response of pipelines in previous major earthquakes with an emphasis on various seismic hazards, associated failure modes, and extent of pipeline failures in the last years (–).

Buried drinking water pipes also will sink, however sewer pipes, manholes and pump stations (assets partially filled with air) may float to the surface. After the earthquake, the liquefied soil will re-solidify, locking tilted buildings and broken connections into place.

Major earthquakes around the world have shown that ground shaking poses a relatively low likelihood of damage to buried transmission pipelines if they are constructed with high-quality steel.

Steel pipelines are very resilient. They are inherently flexible and move with the ground, which helps them withstand significant seismic activity. Response of buried pipelines subject to earthquake effects.

MCEER, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, Buffalo, N.Y. Google Scholar O’Rourke M, Gadicherla V, Abdoun T. Buried pipeline damage correlations are critical part of loss estimation procedures applied to lifelines for future earthquakes.

An extensive review of the past pipeline damage relationships primarily for ground shaking (transient ground deformations) can be found in Toprak (), Toprak and Taşkın (), Pineda-Porras and Najafi ().

Material nonlinearity effects are introduced in the solution via an iterative procedure, while taking into account the effect of pipeline elongation on its response.

The use of a versatile bilinear expression to describe the stress–strain response of the pipeline material renders the method appropriate for steel, high-density polyethylene.Post-earthquake investigations showed that local site condition had significant effect on seismic behavior of pipelines: almost all seismic damages to buried pipelines were either due to permanent.M.

J. O'Rourke and X. Liu, Response of Buried Pipelines Subject to Earthquake Effects (MCEER, SUNY-Buffalo, ). Google Scholar; O'Rourke, T.D.

et al. []. Liquefaction Hazards and their Effects on Buried Pipelines, Report NCEER Google Scholar.