Experimental Evaluation a Tensile Strength of PAFSIN Pipes in Different Types of Land

Ana Diana Ancas 1 , M. Profire 1  and G. Cojocaru 2
  • 1 Technical University “Ghe. Asachi” of Iasi, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Building Servicies, Department Building Sevicies, 700050, Romania
  • 2 , Bacău, Romania

Abstract

Most studies on the PAFSIN pipes were oriented monitoring their behavior in laboratory conditions, focusing on the fluid and less influence on the environment laying on the mechanical properties in the short term then extrapolated mathematical term. Moreover, a large part of these studies refer only to the effect on PAFSIN composite samples without taking into account the specificities induced specific geometry pipeline. In this way, the effect PAFSIN pipes can be overlooked, which in practice can lead to significant errors of design and / or execution. Compared to existing studies, taking into account only the effect of a sealant (generally standardized solutions of acid or base) of the PAFSIN pipes, in the article to present the results of tests conducted on PAFSIN pipes buried in different types of land and attempted to surprise the complexity of the interactions of soil solution to the conduit.

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