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2019/4
Comparison of regulatory requirements for minimum distances from main gas pipelines to industrial and civil facilities taking into account technological risk
Geosciences

Authors: Valentina А. KOROLENOK graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2002. She is Head of the Department of Science and Education of the Scientific and Training Center “Energy-saving technologies and technical diagnostics” of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University). E-mail: perssoft@mail.ru

Abstract: The article analyzes the system of monitoring minimum distances from pipelines to industrial and civil facilities in different countries. On the example of these countries, the principles of making technological decisions when assigning minimum distances from gas pipelines to industrial and civil facilities are considered. It is established that the indicators of technological risk associated with the reliability of the linear part of the main gas pipelines should be reduced by improving the quality of materials used, the quality of construction and operation of facilities.

Index UDK: 004.89

Keywords: monitoring, minimum distance, industrial and civil objects, database, interactive system of analysis, design and construction of pipelines

Bibliography:
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Валентина Анатольевна КОРОЛЕНОК окончила РГУ нефти и газа имени И.М. Губкина в 2002 г. Начальник отдела науки и образования научно-образовательного центра “Энергосберегающие технологии и техническая диагностика” РГУ нефти и газа (НИУ) имени И.М. Губкина. E-mail: perssoft@mail.ru
Valentina А. KOROLENOK graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2002. She is Head of the Department of Science and Education of the Scientific and Training Center “Energy-saving technologies and technical diagnostics” of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University). E-mail: perssoft@mail.ru

2010/1
Calculating pipeline stability to floating-up when constructing submerged crossings
Design, construction and operation of pipeline transport

Authors: Denis N. KOMAROV (b. 1977) graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 1999. Candidate of Technical Sciences, senior lecturer of the Dept. of Supplies of Oil Products and Gas Supply. Published 20 works.
Valentina A. KOROLYONOK (b. 1979) graduated with honors from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2003. Leading specialist of OAO «Stroytransgaz» Published 3 works. E-mail: biblioteka@gubkin.ru

Abstract: The method of calculating pipeline stability to floating when constructing submerged crossings in silted and flooded areas is considered. Possible technological solutions are analyzed to fix the pipeline at project levels (fixing the pipeline with anchors in thawed ground , ballasting the pipeline with individual weights and ballasting the pipeline with continuous weight coating).

Index UDK: 620.9

Keywords: stability, pipeline, submerged crossing, anchor, ballasting

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