Vitrified clay pipes in areas of mining subsidence

Publication Year
1984

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Abstract

Covers: mining methods, the nature of mining subsidence, tilting induced by mining subsidence, horizontal change of length in subsided ground, the use of flexible joints in pipeline, flexible joints available for vitrified clay pipes, performance requirements, effects of deflection upon straight draw and the time element in mining subsidence.


Publisher Information

Clay Pipe Development Association Limited

The Clay Pipe Development Association provides a service for specifiers and users of vitrified clay pipes and flue linings. They produce technical booklets on the design and construction of clay pipes.

Millstones 11
Shibden Hall Croft
Halifax
HX3 9XF
UK

Website: www.cpda.co.uk/
Email: info@cpda.co.uk

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