An interesting contribution from Joel Anderson Pipeline Risk algorithms can take in hundreds of variables and perform hundreds more calculations to determine the probability of failure for a given segment of pipe. Trying to determine what threats are biggest contributor to a system’s risk or even over the length of a given line can be […]
Posts from August 2017
How do we Assess for Geohazards?
Many miles of pipeline around the world are subject to damage from geohazards. As used here, ‘geohazard’ refers to any earth movements sufficient to damage a pipeline, and can also include weather- and water-related events that are potentially damaging. So, we often group, under the heading ‘geohazard’, a wide range of phenomena such as: landslide […]