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# JNTUH B.TECH R18 4-1 Syllabus For pipeline engineering PDF 2022

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### pipeline engineering Unit One

#### UNIT – I

Elements of pipeline design: Types of piping systems; transmission lines, In-plant piping systems, Distribution mains, Service lines. Types of Water distribution networks; serial networks, branched networks and looped networks. Network components and Network model. Basic hydraulic principles; continuity and Energy principle.
Pipeline route selection, survey and geotechnical guidelines: Introduction – Preliminary route selection – Key factors for route selection – Engineering survey – Legal survey – Construction / As-built survey – Geotechnical design.

### pipeline engineering Unit Two

#### UNIT – II

Frictional Head loss in Pipes: Major and Minor losses, Artificially roughened pipes, moody Diagram. Friction coefficient relationships, Empirical formulae, Simple pipe flow problems Equivalent pipes; pipes in series, parallel, series-parallel; problems. Water Hammer and energy transmission through pipes: gradual and Instantaneous closure

### pipeline engineering Unit Three

#### UNIT– III

Reservoirs, Pumps and Valves: Types of Reservoirs, Pumps; introduction, system head-discharge- pump head and head-discharge relationships, characteristic curves, pump combination. Valves: check valves, flow control valves, Pressure Reducing valves, both Flow control and Pressure Reducing Valves.
Network Parameters and Types of analysis: Network parameters, Parameter interrelationships, Necessity of Analysis, common Assumptions, types of analysis, rules for Solvability of Pipe networks.

### pipeline engineering Unit Four

#### UNIT – IV

Network Formulation of Equations: States of parameters, Single-Source Networks with known pipe Resistances. Multisource Networks with known pipes resistances. Networks with unknown pipe resistances. Inclusion of Pumps, Check Valves, Flow Control Valves and Pressure Reducing Valves – Problems.
Hardy Cross Method: Methods of balancing heads (Loop Method). Method of Balancing Flows (Node Method). Modified Hardy Cross Method. Convergence Problem. Different software for WDN analysis and design.

### pipeline engineering Unit Five

#### UNIT – V

Materials selection and quality management: Elements of design – Materials designation standards
Quality management.

Pipeline construction: Construction – Commissioning.
Pipeline protection, Instrumentation, pigging & Operations: Pipeline coating – Cathodic protection
Cathodic protection calculations for land pipelines – Internal corrosion – Flow meters and their calibration – Sensors – Pigs-Pipeline Operations and maintenance.

### pipeline engineering Course Objectives

To familiarize the students with the various elements and stages involved in transportation of water.
To understand standards and practices in piping design.
To know various equipment and their operation in pipeline transportation.
To understand technology in transportation of fluids.

### pipeline engineering Course Outcomes

At the end of the course the student will able to:
Get an understanding of the key steps in a pipeline’s lifecycle: design, construction, installation, asset management and maintenance.

### pipeline engineering Text Books

Analysis of Water Distribution Networks, P.R. Bhave and R. Gupta, Narosa Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
Pipeline Engineering, Henry Liu, Lewis Publishers (CRC Press), 2003.
Piping and Pipeline Engineering: Design, Construction, Maintenance Integrity and Repair, George A. Antaki, CRC Press, 2003.

### pipeline engineering Reference Books

Piping Calculation Manual, E. Shashi Menon, McGraw-Hill, 2004.
Pipeline Rules of Thumb Handbook, E. W. McAllister, 7th Edition, 2009.
Liquid Pipeline Hydraulics, E. Shashi Menon, Mareel Dekker Inc., 2004.