Non-Metallic Composite Repair

-Repair using composite wrapping material is to stop leak or Internal corrosion/defect or External localized corrosion/defect/mechanical damage (no internal corrosion) to extend the design life of the damaged component

-The Repair process shall follow ASME PCC -2

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Implementation & Checking Procedure R4D-EC

2018

This procedure describes the implementation and checking steps for a reinforcement system designed to fix and strengthen pipes suffering from external metal loss in accordance with standards.

This procedure is suitable with pipe operating between -50°C and +55°C, but the system must be applied between +10°C and +55°C.

Olivier Marin

Upon Request

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Implementation & Checking Procedure R4D-ECHT

2018

This procedure describes the implementation and checking steps for a reinforcement system designed to fix and strengthen pipes suffering from external metal loss in accordance with standards.

This procedure is suitable with pipe operating between -50°C and +110°C, but the system must be applied between +70°C and +110°C.

Olivier Marin

Upon Request

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Implementation & Checking Procedure R4D-ECTHT

2018

This procedure describes the implementation and checking steps for a reinforcement system designed to fix and strengthen pipes suffering from external metal loss in accordance with standards.

This procedure is suitable with pipe operating between -50°C and +130°C, but the system must be applied between +70°C and +130°C.

Olivier Marin

Upon Request

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Implementation & Checking Procedure R4D-HT

2018

This procedure describes the implementation and checking steps for a reinforcement system designed to fix and strengthen pipes suffering from external metal loss in accordance with standards.

This procedure is suitable with pipe operating between -50°C and +150°C, but the system must be applied between +20°C and +90°C for external corrosion. In case of internal corrosion or through-wall defect, it is required to apply the composite between +40°C and +90°C.

Olivier Marin

Upon Request

5

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Implementation & Checking Procedure R4D-IC

2018

This procedure describes the implementation and checking steps for a reinforcement system designed to fix and strengthen pipes suffering from external metal loss in accordance with standards.

This product is suitable with pipe operating between -50°C and +60°C, but the system must be applied between +10°C and +60°C.

Olivier Marin

Upon Request

6

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Implementation and checking for R4D-S

2018

This procedure describes the implementation and checking steps for a reinforcement system designed to fix and strengthen pipes suffering from external metal loss in accordance with standards.

 

Olivier Marin

Upon Request

7

GL

PDF

Design And Specification For Engineered Composite Repair

 

This document gives an overview on the composite repair works and installation

NRI

Upon Request

8

GL

PDF

Repair Of Pressure Equipment And Piping Qualification Testing For Thermo-Wrap II Composite System

2011

The purpose of this document is to obtain the required material properties of Thermo-Wrap II system which are necessary for the qualification of the repair system.

NRI

Upon Request

9

GL

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Composite Repair Guideline Document for Nonmetallic Repairs for Offshore Applications

2018

This guideline emphasis the using of composite repair materials in both onshore and offshore pipeline applications.

Colton Sheets

Upon Request

10

GL

PDF

Detailed installation guide of composite wrapping repair

2016

The scope of this guide is to emphasize the use of Nonmetallic Composite Repair Systems in high-risk applications

NRI

Upon Request

11

GL

PDF

Temporary-Permanent Pipe Repair - Guidelines

2001

This document provides a review of the use of composite materials for the repair of pipework

AEA Technology Consulting

Upon Request

12

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Specification For Engineered Composite Repair

2018

This document preface provides the information on what constitutes an Engineering Composite Repair (ECR) System and how responsible party requirements and obligations are broken down according to industry standards and general practice

NRI

Upon Request

13

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ASME PCC-2 Repair of Pressure Equipment and Piping

2018

This Standard provides methods for repair of equipment and piping within the scope of ASME Pressure Technology Codes and Standards after they have been placed in service.

These repair methods include relevant design, fabrication, examination, and testing practices and may be temporary or permanent, depending on the circumstances.

Refer to Part 4 Article 4.1 -4.2- 4.3

ASME

Upon Request

14

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ISO 24817 Composite Repairs For Pipework — Qualification And Design, Installation, Testing And Inspection

2017

This document gives requirements and recommendations for the qualification and design, installation, testing and inspection for the external application of composite repair systems to corroded or damaged pipework, pipelines, tanks and vessels used in the petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries

ISO

Upon Request

15

RP

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DNV GL RP F113 Pipeline subsea repair

2016

The RP provides guidance on pipeline repair methods such as pipeline hot tapping and above water tie-in.

In addition, recommendations and guidelines on pipeline preparedness strategies, pipeline damage assessments and testing are given in this document

Refer to section 6.3.3

DNVGL

Free

16

Paper

PDF

Composite Wrap For Non-Leaking Pipeline Defects

2006

The scope of this paper is to emphasize the use of composite Wrapping for the repairing of the damaged pipes

United States Environmental Protection Agency

Free

17

Paper

PDF

The Repair of Pipeline defects and damage using Epoxy filled sleeve repair

1993

This Paper details studies carried out and operational experience gained in proving the practicality and effectiveness of this high integrity permanent repair technique and its cost benefit over other methods

Corder. p. Hopkins

Upon Request

18

Paper

PDF

Assessing the state of composite repair systems

2009

This four-article series has been prepared to provide industry with an overview of the current state of the art in composite repair technology and how the integrity of pipeline systems are being restored using composite materials.

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

19

Paper

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Evaluating The Use Of Composite Materials In Reinforcing Offshore Risers Using Full-Scale Testing Methods

2007

The paper presents findings conducted as part of a joint industry effort regarding the need for composite repair based on emerging technology to assess the state of the art using full-scale testing methods.

 

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

20

Paper

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Developing standards for composite repair systems

2009

This Article provides the requirements for the repair of pipework and pipelines using a qualified Repair System

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

21

Paper

PDF

Evaluating The Effects Of Wrinkle Bends On Pipeline Integrity

2008

This Study includes study was installation of E-glass composite repair materials on selected wrinkles to determine the potential for life extension considering the presence of reinforcement.

Satish Kulkarni Chris Alexander

Upon Request

22

Paper

PDF

Strain-Based Design Methods For Composite Repair Systems

2008

The Paper includes a methodology for assessing the level of reinforcement provided by composite materials to damaged pipelines using finite element methods

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

23

Paper

PDF

Assessing The Use Of Composite Materials In Repairing Mechanical Damage In Transmission Pipelines

2006

This paper provides details on the methodology of the test program, results, and most importantly, information that can be used by operators in repairing their pipeline systems.

Franz Worth, P.E.

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

24

Paper

PDF

State Of The Art Assessment Of Composite Systems Used To Repair Transmission Pipelines

2006

The contents of the paper will include discussions on what critical elements should be evaluated for each composite system, items of caution and concern, and the importance of evaluation to ensure safe long-term performance.

Bob Francini

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

25

Paper

PDF

Repair Of Dents Subjected To Cyclic Pressure Service Using Composite Materials

2010

The results of this study clearly demonstrate the significant potential that composite repair systems have, when properly designed and installed, to restore the integrity of damaged pipelines to ensure long-term service.

Julian Bedoya

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

26

Paper

PDF

An Operator’s Perspective In Evaluating Composite Repairs

2010

This paper provides insights that can be used by operators in evaluating the use of composite materials in repairing damaged pipelines with an emphasis on incorporating the current industry standards

Satish Kulkarni

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

27

Paper

PDF

Development Of A Carbon-Fiber Composite Repair System For Offshore Risers

2008

The significance of the body of work presented herein is that this study is the first comprehensive evaluation of a composite repair system designed for the repair of offshore risers using a strain-based design method coupled with full-scale prototype testing.

Jim Lockwood

Larry Cercone

Chris Alexander

 

Upon Request

28

Paper

PDF

Repairing mechanically-damaged pipelines

2009

The goal here is to address the use of composite

materials in repairing pipes having either mechanical damage involving dents and gouges or plain dents

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

29

Paper

PDF

Using Testing Methods To Evaluate Pipeline Mechanical Integrity

2008

This paper includes detailed discussions on how testing has been used over the past decade to help pipeline companies assess the integrity of their pipeline systems. Specific emphasis is placed on helping the reader better understand what testing techniques are most appropriate and determining how to interpret and correlate the results into useful information for operating safe pipelines

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

30

Paper

PDF

Pipe Reinforcement & Composite Repair For External Corrosion

2015

The purpose of this paper is to show an advanced permanent composite repair system for pipelines and piping suffering from corrosion defects and mechanical damage For Temperatures range From +70°C (+158°F) to +130°C (+266°F)

Reinforcekit

Free

31

Paper

PDF

Pipe Reinforcement & Composite Repair for Internal Corrosion

2015

The purpose of this paper is to show an advanced permanent composite repair system for pipelines and piping suffering from corrosion defects and mechanical damage

Reinforcekit

Free

32

Paper

PDF

Pipe Reinforcement & Composite Repair for Internal Corrosion

2015

The purpose of this paper is to show an advanced permanent composite repair system for pipelines and piping suffering from corrosion defects and mechanical damage. For Temperatures range  From +60°C (+140°F) to +90°C (+194°F)

Reinforcekit

Free

33

Paper

PDF

Pipe Reinforcement & Composite Repair For Subsea

 

2015

The purpose of this paper is to show an advanced permanent composite repair system for pipelines and piping suffering from corrosion defects and mechanical damage. For Application range  From +10°C (+50°F) to +50°C (+122°F)

Reinforcekit

Free

34

Paper

PDF

Pipe Reinforcement & Composite Repair For External Corrosion

2014

The purpose of this paper is to show an advanced permanent composite repair system for pipelines and piping suffering from corrosion defects and mechanical damage. For Application range From +100°C (+212°F) to +250°C (+482°F) 

Reinforcekit

Free

35

Paper

PDF

Pipe Reinforcement & Composite Repair For External Corrosion

2018

The purpose of this paper is to show an advanced permanent composite repair system for pipelines and piping suffering from corrosion defects and mechanical damage. For Service temperature from-50°C (-58°F) to +55°C (+131°F) and Application temperature from +10°C (+50°F) to +55°C (+131°F)

Reinforcekit

Free

36

Paper

PDF

Pipe Reinforcement & Composite Repair for External-Internal Corrosion

2018

The purpose of this paper is to show an advanced permanent composite repair system for pipelines and piping suffering from corrosion defects and mechanical damage. For Service temperature from -50°C (-58°F) to +150°C (+302°F)

Application temperature from +40°C (+104°F) to +90°C (+194°F)

Reinforcekit

Free

37

Paper

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Experimental fatigue and aging evaluation of the composite patch repair of a metallic ship hull

2014

This article describes the fatigue analysis of a composite repair that was applied to the metallic hull of a Floating, Storage and Offloading (FSO) platform.

The main objective is to address the durability and thus the expected operational life of the repair, with emphasis on the adhesive bonded interface between metal and composite

Luiz CM Meniconi,

Luiz DM Lana

and Sergio RK Morikawa

Upon Request

38

Paper

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Advances in The Repair of Pipelines using Composite Materials

1994

This Paper has been prepared to provide industry with an overview of the current state of the art in composite repair technology and how the integrity of pipeline systems are being restored using composite materials.

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

39

Paper

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Advantages of Steel Sleeves over Composite Materials for Pipeline Repair

2010

The basic principles of pipeline repair using steel sleeves, along with some advantages over the use of composite materials, are presented.

Bruce W A and Amend W E

Upon Request

40

Paper

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An Assessment of Composite Repair System In Offshore Platform For Corroded Circumferential Welds In Super Duplex Steel Pipe

2018

The main aim of this study is to assess the effectiveness of a composite repair system in severely corroded circumferential welds in super duplex stainless steel pipes as a preventive measure against the premature corrosion damage at the welds

Silvio de Barros

M. D. Banea

S. Budhe

Ney Rohem

Upon Request

41

Paper

PDF

A Novel Solution For Monitoring Internal Corrosion Of Pipework Under Composite Wrap Repair

  N/A

This paper is intended to give an overview on using composite wrapping repairs on internally corroded Pipeline

Chenghuan Zhong

Upon Request

42

Paper

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Pipeline Fitness-for-Service, Repair, and Maintenance

2006

the purpose of this paper is to assess the damage defects that exist in pipelines and understand how to extend service life and avoid unnecessary shutdowns.

Refer to page 486

  N/A

Upon Request

43

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Qualification of composite repairs for shallow water subsea applications

2017

The scope of work of the study is testing the composite material and interface properties, testing Pipes and Evaluation of operability (detail of operations and timing)

Yves PERROT & Vincent GAFFARD

Upon Request

44

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Pipe Reinforcement & Composite Repair

2018

This report validates the implementation procedure then ensure the standards for qualification of the mechanical properties of a composite repair Product through Three performance tests.

Tom OUVRIER-BUFFET

Upon Request

45

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Composite Pipe Repair System

2011

This report gives Qualification tests that were carried out for pipes composite repair system

Pipeline Services L.L.C. (PLS)

Upon Request

46

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Three Year Long-Term Composite Repair Study

2013

This report provides information on the overall test program including sample details and testing methods to provide comparison with industry-wide performance between competing technologies

This report includes average strain measurements for all participating composite repair systems

Chris Alexander

Upon Request

47

Case Study

PDF

Composite Repair Case study

2017

The objective of this case study is to show how the composite repair works are done

3X Engineering

Upon Request

48

Research

PDF

Development Of A Composite Repair System For Reinforcing Offshore Risers

2007

This research program was conducted to investigate the application of composite materials in repairing corroded offshore risers, leading to the development of an optimized repair using a hybrid carbon/E-glass system. The objective of this research program was to investigate the feasibility of extending onshore composite repair techniques to offshore risers by developing integrated analytical and experimental methods.

Christopher Richard Alexander

Upon Request

49

Research

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The Cost Effective Use Of Fiber Reinforced Composites Offshore

2003

This report reviews areas where composites are finding application in the oil and gas industry, onshore and offshore.

University of Newcastle Upon Tyne for the Health and Safety Executive

Upon Request

50

Manual

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Pipeline Repair Manual

2006

This manual outlines and describes known and commonly accepted techniques for pipeline repairs, with major emphasis on methods that can be applied to in-service pipelines.

Refer to section 3.4

Carl E. Jaske,

Brian O. Hart,

William A. Bruce

Upon Request

51

Manual

PDF

Process Industry Piping System Maintenance and Repair

2003

this handbook outlines quick understanding of the repair work and maintenance of the Piping system

T.D Williamson Inc

Upon Request

52

Presentation

PDF

Pipeline Repair Methods

2009

This Presentation gives an overview on the different repair methods used in repairing damaged pipelines

Penspen

Upon Request

53

Presentation

PDF

Pipeline Rehabilitation and Repair Techniques

  N/A

This Presentation gives an overview on the different repair methods used in repairing damaged pipelines

Abdel-Alim Hashem

Upon Request

54

Presentation

PDF

Pipeline-Integrity-Composite-Repair-Sleeve

 N/A 

This Presentation gives an overview on the repair using composite wrapping method on pipelines

Paul Hill CEng

Upon Request