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Vol. 7 6, 2017 p 44-53

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Forecast and modelling the impact evolution of river mechanics on the underwater passages of main pipeline

Dmitry A. Shatalov a, Dinar R. Vafin a, Artem Y. Ustinov b, Anna V. Glotko c

a Pipeline Transport Institute, LLC (Transneft R&D, LLC), 47a, Sevastopolskiy prospect, Moscow, 117186, Russian Federation
b Transneft Podvodservis JSC, 19a, Larina Str., Nizhny Novgorod, 117186, Russian Federation
c Russian State Agrarian University Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, 49, Timiryazevskaya Str., Moscow, 127550, Russian Federation

DOI: 10.28999/2541-9595-2017-7-6-44-53

Abstract: The article describes methods of research and modelling of the river bed evolution impacts on underwater transitions of main pipelines (UTMP). An analysis of the survey of UTMP located at water body sections with intensive river bed evolution was carried out. Special attention was given to water bodies, which have planned and vertical deformations of natural and anthropogenic origin, due to which the risks of UTMP erosion are present.
The analysis of the current normative and technical documentation for consideration of the river bed evolution on the UTMP sections was carried out. The article describes classical and modern approaches to the analysis and forecasting of channel deformations in the UTMP zone using methods of physical and mathematical modelling.
The reviewed methods of the river bed evolution forecasting in the area of the pipeline crossing with water obstacle demonstrate that the reformation of the bottom requires a careful study of the natural and technical object and the adjacent sites. This kind of work is only possible for organizations that have professionally trained specialists, modern equipment and software.

Keywords: underwater transition, river bed evolution, main pipeline, study of river bed evolution, modelling of river bed evolution.

Reference for citing:
Shatalov D. A., Vafin D. R., Ustinov A. Y., Glotko A. V. Forecast and modelling the impact evolution of river mechanics on the underwater passages of main pipeline. Naukatekhnol. truboprov. transp. neftiinefteprod. = Science & Technologies: Oil and Oil Products Pipeline Transportation. 2017;7(6):4452.

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