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Testing methods : Strength and resistance

Creep rupture strength – Internal pressure test Constant internal pressure at constant temperature The internal pressure test is standardised in ISO 1167 and EN 921 “Thermoplastic pipes for the conveyance of fluids – Resistance to internal pressure – Test method”. The test specifies a method for determination of the resistance to constant internal pressure at […]

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The Impact of Heavy Hydrocarbon Permeation on PE Pipe

Karen Crippen, Ernest Lever Papers # 2014 Chicago DOT/PHMSA held a Government/Industry Pipeline R&D Forum on July 18-19, 2012. Five working groups met to discuss key pipeline technical challenges facing industry and government. The Design/Materials/Welding-Joining & Valves working group identified the effects of hydrocarbon permeation on plastic pipe strength and fusion performance as a gap […]

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Investigation of The Failure Behavior of Polyethylene Electrofusion Sockets

Isabelle J. Berger, Andreas Frank, Gerald Pinter, David Nitsche, Dirk Petry Papers # 2018 Las-Vegas Electrofusion (EF) sockets constitute a well-established and practically proven technology for the joining of polyethylene (PE) pressure pipes. As for the pipes, the potential lifetime of such welding connections is beside other properties also depending on the resistance against slow […]

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Less is more: polypropylene materials for sewerage & drainage pipes with reduced energy and carbon footprints

Papers # 2016 Berlin The environmental impact in terms of global warming potentials (GWP) and nonrenewable energy demand (NRED) of sewerage & drainage pipes based on PP-MD, PP-HM, PP-B, and concrete has been assessed using life cycle analysis methodology. It can be concluded that PP-MD and PP-HM materials are able to significantly lower both GWP […]

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Long-Term Behavior Of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyethylene

Mitsuaki Tokiyoshi, Philippe Vanspeybroeck, Kensei Inoue, Stephan Fullgrabe, Takashi Kuriyama, Toshinori Kawabata, Joji Hinobayashi Papers # 2016 Berlin Big diameter polyethylene pipes used an important role due to superior performance (Flexibility, light weight, long lifetime and tighten joint) for water and industrial supply to several countries. However according to standard concerned Polyethylene pipes as like […]

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Production of Potable Water Pipes for Chile Using the Inline Extrusion Process

Douglas D. Keller Papers # 2018 Las-Vegas This paper describes the successful collaboration of a regulator, pipe producer and PE material supplier to demonstrate the conformance of pipes produced with inline extrusion compound to the requirement of the Chilean water pipe normative NCh398/1.Of2004 and also to the performance requirements of ISO 4427:2007 parts 1, 2 […]

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Expanding The Application Range Of High Density Polyethylene For Use As An Inner-Liner Material In Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipe And Steel Pipe

Johannes de Bruin, Dr. Bert Dalmolen, Albo van Hateren Papers # 2016 Berlin Normal High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) is commonly used as the fluid contacting element, or the “inner-liner”, in Reinforced Thermoplastic Pipes (RTP) and steel pipes up to 65 ºC. Through a modification of the HDPE polymer matrix, by adding nanoparticles, the E-modulus can be increased. […]

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Chemical and Temperature Resistance of Polyethylene Pipes for Industrial Applications

Dr. Amaia Bastero, David López Piquer Papers # 2014 Chicago The industrial sector has traditionally used metal pipes for transporting a wide variety of chemicals and highly corrosive liquids. When metal pipes are exposed to aggressive media, their lifetime is considerably reduced. Polyethylene pipes, have demonstrated since the 1950s to be a safe, reliable and […]

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New testing method for electrofusion welds

Dr. Love Pallon, Dr. Karin Jacobsson, Daniel Ejdeholm, Marie Allvar, Rikard Kärrbrant Papers # 2018 Las-Vegas This work presents the development of the Full Length Tensile Test (FLTT), a method that enables an objective judgement of welding quality of electrofusion welds by measuring the energy to break (J/mm2 ). In this way a brittle, ductile […]

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