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Pipeline Integrity Management Systems: A Practical Approach
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R. Mora
R. Mora
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P. Hopkins
P. Hopkins
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E. Cote
E. Cote
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T. Shie
T. Shie
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ISBN:
9780791861110
No. of Pages:
374
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2016

Chapter 5 is intended for technicians, technologists, engineers, and managers working within the pipeline integrity area to gain a better understanding of the categories, processes, and content and format results of pipeline consequence assessments. Even though some generic formulation, conceptual guidance, and references are provided, qualified personnel in this area should be used in conducting and validating consequence assessments.

5.1
Introduction
5.2
Pipeline Consequence Categories
5.3
Consequence Assessment Process
5.4
Consequence Analysis: Fluid Discharge and Dispersion
5.5
Consequence Classification along the Pipeline
5.6
Validation of the Consequence Classification
5.7
Consequence Assessment Results: Content and Format
5.8
References
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