The HDD Stress Analysis Webinar for Pipeline EngineersGeoff2022-02-24T16:48:21-06:00
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The HDD Stress Analysis Webinar for Pipeline Engineers
Technical Toolboxes presents the HDD Stress Analysis Webinar, a pipeline engineer event about Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) recorded on August 12th, 2020. Subject matter expert David Willoughby covers the technical concepts and critical factors in designing an HDD crossing. In this video, he drills down on HDD design and construction and its contribution to pipeline projects. The result is a fascinating webinar and the perfect opportunity to explore the engineering principles and concepts of HDD. Watch the webinar here and download the accompanying eBook of the event below.
As part of our mission to provide thought leadership, Technical Toolboxes hosts live webinars regularly. These events cover diverse topics relating to the industry. For example, popular events have included blasting in the right-of-way, hot tapping, HDD, and of course, API inspection. The free webinars offer a taste of the online professional development courses with which we support the industry.
Download the HDD Stress Analysis Webinar eBook and read about:
Analyzing the loads and operating stresses on pipe materials in HDD
Defining the bore path for the crossing
Calculations for stresses in curved pipe sections
Operational pipeline considerations and the stresses on in-service pipelines
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