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This manual provides appropriate analytical concepts to address the principles of buried steel pipe design and attempts to correct misuse of the 1958 Modified Iowa Formula. The most current work of Dr. Reynold K. Watkins and others is presented in this book to develop external loading design concepts. The goal of Buried Flexible Steel Pipe is to offer sound information on the structural design and analysis of buried steel pipe—for water and wastewater—consistent with the latest pipe/soil design concepts of the industry. In conjunction with the external design of the pipe/soil interaction, the manual addresses internal pressure design, vacuum and external fluid pressure analysis, and many other nonstandard conditions pipe designers will likely encounter.
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William Marcy Whidden (February 10, 1857 – July 27, 1929) was a founding member of Whidden & Lewis, a prominent architectural firm in Portland, Oregon, United States.
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