Multirate Digital Signal Processing by Lawrence R. Rabiner, Ronald E. Crochiere

By Lawrence R. Rabiner, Ronald E. Crochiere

Meant for a one-semester complex graduate path in electronic sign processing or as a reference for training engineers and researchers.

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The large and heavy tracked systems such as Heerema's Eager Beaver and Allseas Digging Donald that follow a pipeline laid on the surface, excavate a trench underneath it and moved on allowing the line to settle into the trench behind it, cannot reverse the process but only dig deeper. Likewise the vessel towed trenched ploughs like those of Technomare and smit are unsuitable for deburial. with bollard pull requirements sometimes over 50 tons misalignment on the pipeline could cause damage. Neither of these methods can be used for deburial in deep sandy soils.

The experience gained during implementation and execution of the work has confirmed that the technique is a viable and cost effective way of preventing upheaval buckling in circumstances where there is an adequate supply of hot water and/or power generating capacity. The number and magnitude of the observed flowline movements leave little doubt that upheaval buckling would have occurred had the hot water flushing operation not been carried out and the trench profiled to allow further lateral movement.

The spoil from deburying a 1 kilometre length of pipeline (70,000m3) would cover an entire football pitch in 7 metres depth of sand and have a dry weight of some 200,000 tons. At the other extreme where pipelines were laid in trenches cut through hard or highly cohesive soils, such as boulder clay or homogeneous clays different factors come into play. Many trenches dug ten years ago are still visible as shallow depressions in the seabed. The slow movement of bottom currents and slow sedimentation rate make natural backfilling a long process.

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