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The course will provide an indepth introduction into the subject and importance of Natural Hazards during the stages of evaluation, design, construction and operation of a pipeline.
Delegates will learn about the need for qualitative and quantitative Assessment of the Risk associated with various Natural Hazards (such as Flooding, Landslides and Earthquakes) in relation to the route selection and the pipeline integrity.
Additionally, potential protection/mitigation measures and monitoring techniques, both related to Risk Management, will be presented.
The main disciplines that will be presented during the course are Hydrology, Hydraulics, Engineering Geology, Soil Mechanics, and Rock Mechanics, while special emphasis will be given on Slope Instabilities and Soil-Structure Interaction.
Finally, since many countries worldwide are characterized by moderate or high seismicity, the course will also introduce the topics of Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering, Pipeline Seismic Design, and Strain-Based Design.
1 Introduction (1 hour)
1.1 Types of Geohazards
1.2 Case Histories of Geohazards
2 Geohazards & Pipeline Design (2 hours)
2.1 Assessment of Geohazards
2.2 Pipeline Vulnerability to Geohazards
2.3 Risk Management
3 Earthquake-related Geohazards & Seismic Pipeline Design (2 hours)
3.1 Assessment of Earthquake-related Geohazards
3.2 Pipeline Vulnerability to Earthquake-related Geohazards
3.3 Seismic Risk Management
4 Monitoring Techniques (1 hour)
4.1 Ground Deformations
4.2 Seismic Ground Motion
4.3 Pipeline Distress
Please contact us if you are interested in a webcast version of this seminar in order to attend this seminar virtually from your PC at home.
15 February 2019 (There might still be places available. Please contact us as soon as possible)
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