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Deterioration Evaluation for Industrial Pipeline by Sectionalizing

산업시설 배관의 섹션화에 의한 노후도 평가

  • Received : 2016.01.07
  • Accepted : 2016.03.03
  • Published : 2016.03.10

Abstract

This study introduced deterioration evaluation item and criteria that could be applied to industrial facilities with the most widely used carbon steel pipe installed for ordinary piping (KSD 3507). Experimental industrial pipes were evaluated with pipe sectionalizing method combined with the established evaluation item and criteria to measure and manage semi-continuously for overall piping system. After applying outcomes from this study to a plant of incineration facility, a 42% saving in repairing and remodeling cost was achieved.

Keywords

Pipe sectionalizing;Industrial pipes;Pipe deterioration;Residual life

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