June 2020, Vol. 247, No. 6

Features

Operating, Installation Considerations For Pipeline Composite Repairs

By Colton Sheets, Senior Associate, Stress Engineering Services, Inc. Composite repairs are no longer new to the pipeline integrity world. A significant body of work has been developed over the last several decades characterizing their performance and developing guidelines for end-users.  Empirical and analytical studies have been funded by government agencies, composite manufactures, end-users and collaborative industry programs. Because of this effort, applications for composite repairs continue to advance as pipeline operators are provided with greater flexibility in remediating defects.  Over this time period, composite repairs have been inst

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