Combining design history, architecture history, material and visual cultures, Designing Liners is a richly multidisciplinary work for those studying or researching this application of interior design.
Author: Anne Wealleans
This in-depth history of the interior design of ocean liners surveys the transient history of interior design in relation to the development of passenger shipping, from commissioning by the line owners, methods and sources for the original creation of designs through to its construction, use and influence. It is a short-lived branch of architecture and design, lasting an average of fifteen years. As the design and taste mirrors and reinforces cultural assumptions about national identity, gender, class and race, not only did the interiors of ocean going liners reflect the changing hierarchies of society and shifting patterns in globalization, but the glamour and styling of the liners were reflected back into the design of interiors on land. Combining design history, architecture history, material and visual cultures, Designing Liners is a richly multidisciplinary work for those studying or researching this application of interior design.
This book provides the first survey of the transient history of interior design in relation to the development of passenger shipping.
Author: Anne Massey
Category: Interior decoration
Designing Liners: A History of Interior Design Afloat covers the interior design of these floating palaces from the mid-nineteenth century to the twenty-first century. In this new edition, the design heritage of the ocean liner is also explored in this age of a growing holiday cruise market. The book offers the first history and analysis of this highly significant aspect of the design of interiors, which mirrors and reinforces cultural assumptions about national identity, gender, class and ethnicity. The interiors of ocean liners reflect the changing hierarchies of society and shifting patterns of globalization. The trajectory of the professionalization of interior design is the connecting narrative of the book, from the local decorating firm to the internationally renowned architect. It is an important addition to interior design research and takes this transitory building type as its subject. This book provides the first survey of the transient history of interior design in relation to the development of passenger shipping. The history of these great ship interiors is tracked, from their commissioning by the line owners; the materials, methods and sources for the initial creation; their construction; their use and reception. The demise and re-purposing of the interiors is also covered in this new edition, with additional material on the South African Union Castle and P & O lines. Drawing on a broad range of original research, Anne Massey's approach combines interior design studies, design history, architectural history and maritime studies. The new edition has been carefully designed to include black and white and colour illustrations.
This is the first study to demonstrate that incorporating relining constraints in the liner design can be used to inform liner design characteristics of a proper design that meets the requirements of an efficient relining practice.
Graphical abstract: Highlights: Designing liners for efficiency through incorporating performance of relining. Relining efficiency will play a significant role in liner design. Benefits of designing liners for efficiency for the industrial case. Abstract: Liners in grinding mills not only protect the mill shell from the aggressive environment inside the mill, but they also play a significant role in the efficiency of grinding. The design of mill liners dictates the charge trajectory and hence the grinding efficiency. The common approach in designing liners is designing for a longer life. However, this approach does not necessarily consider optimum performance over the liner life. It has been observed in many operations that mills under-perform over a significant portion of the liner life (10–25% of the liner life at the beginning and often 5–10% at the end). This paper extends the method proposed by Toor (2013) and Toor et al. (2013) to design liners for performance through investigating the effect of relining efficiency using such an approach in an industrial case. As indicated in the Toor et al. (2013) study, relining efficiency affects the benefits that can be realised by designing liners for efficiency. Russell Mineral Equipment's Mill Reline Director (MRD) analyses the relining process and provides an accurate estimation of relining time for a given scenario. In this study, five different relining scenarios were simulated and compared against the reference reline (i.e. current liner design) to accurately estimate the time required for relining. This is the first study to demonstrate that incorporating relining constraints in the liner design can be used to inform liner design characteristics of a proper design that meets the requirements of an efficient relining practice. JKSimMet simulation for the industrial case predicts a liner which has same lifter face angle as the current liner design with reduced lifter height from 300 mm to 210 mm, could increase the plant throughput by 8% on average while producing a product with same P80 as the current liner. Considering relining time predictions by MRD for the proposed liner, this study predicts a 3.7% increase on average in throughput per annum. Although the proposed strategy will increase the cost of liners plus relining by 31.5% (i.e. A$ 548, 000), the increase in plant throughput is estimated to yield A$ 20.1 M of additional revenue based on data for 12 months to 30 June 2014 from the plant quarterly report.
Excessive leakage is obviously unacceptable, making the liner of the canal a key
element in a successful system. With this in mind, engineers ... is absolutely
necessary. Geomembranes liners 614 DESIGNING WITH GEOMEMBRANES
Author: Robert M. Koerner
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Technology & Engineering
Following the structure of previous editions, Volume 2 of this Sixth Edition proceeds through four individual chapters on geomembranes, geosynthetic clay liners, geofoam and geocomposites. The two volumes must accompany one another. Volume 1 contains geosynthetics, geotextiles, geogrids and geonets. The two volumes must accompany one another. All are polymeric materials used for myriad applications in geotechnical, geoenvironmental, transportation, hydraulic and private development applications. The technology has become a worldwide enterprise with approximate $5B material sales in the 35-years since first being introduced. In addition to describing and illustrating the various materials; the most important test methods and design examples are included as pertains to specific application areas. This latest edition differs from previous ones in that sustainability is addressed throughout, new material variations are presented, new applications are included and references are updated accordingly. Each chapter includes problems for which a solutions manual is available.
The main disadvantages compared to the use of a pre-drilled liner are a
susceptibility to hole collapse and the inability to deploy upfront zonal ... Pre-
drilled or pre-slotted liners The purposes of the pre-drilled or pre-slotted liners
Author: Jonathan Bellarby
Category: Technology & Engineering
Completions are the conduit between hydrocarbon reservoirs and surface facilities. They are a fundamental part of any hydrocarbon field development project. The have to be designed for safely maximising the hydrocarbon recovery from the well and may have to last for many years under ever changing conditions. Issues include: connection with the reservoir rock, avoiding sand production, selecting the correct interval, pumps and other forms of artificial lift, safety and integrity, equipment selection and installation and future well interventions. * Course book based on course well completion design by TRACS International * Unique in its field: Coverage of offshore, subsea, and landbased completions in all of the major hydrocarbon basins of the world. * Full colour
The acoustic impedances for liner B2 and the uniform liner were close , and their
performances should be similar . No satisfying reason for the poor performance
of B2 can be given at this time . Comparing the two MPT liners at design speed ...
1.7.3 Current Uses GCLs are indeed hydraulic barriers to liquid movement and,
as such, are competitive or complementary wherever geomembranes and
compacted clay liners are used. GCL applications reported in the literature are as
Author: Robert M. Koerner
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Following the structure of previous editions, Volume 1 of this Sixth Edition proceeds through four individual chapters on geosynthetics, geotextiles, geogrids and geonets. Volume 2 continues with geomembranes, geosynthetic clay liners, geofoam and geocomposites. The two volumes must accompany one another. All are polymeric materials used for myriad applications in geotechnical, geoenvironmental, transportation, hydraulic and private development applications. The technology has become a worldwide enterprise with approximate $5B material sales in the 35-years since first being introduced. In addition to describing and illustrating the various materials; the most important test methods and design examples are included as pertains to specific application areas. This latest edition differs from previous ones in that sustainability is addressed throughout, new material variations are presented, new applications are included and references are updated accordingly. Each chapter includes problems for which a solutions manual is available.
Synthetic liners may have imperfect seams or pinholes , which can greatly
increase the amount of leachate that leaks out of the landfill . Introduction This
chapter discusses several material and design considerations for flexible
This representation of the attenuation spectrum should be adequate for
preliminary design calculations . In figure 17 the bandwidth frequencies fy and f2
are shown as functions of design parameter n for a liner with an optimized
The first six chapters of this text were written to provide a basic foundation in
casing design. They more or less constitute a recipe, if you will, for basic casing design, which should serve for designing casing strings for the vast majority of
Author: Ted G. Byrom
The Gulf Drilling Series is a joint project between Gulf Publishing Company and the International Association of Drilling Contractors. The first text in this Series presents casing design and mechanics in a concise, two-part format. The first part focuses on basic casing design and instructs engineers and engineering students how to design a safe casing string. The second part covers more advanced material and special problems in casing design in a user-friendly format. Learn how to select sizes and setting depths to achieve well objectives, determine casing loads for design purposes, design casing properties to meet burst, collapse and tensile strength requirements and conduct casing running operations safely and successfully.
III , B , Acoustic Liner Design Study ( cont . ) factors are taken into account in the
systems approach to designing liners . Using the injector face acoustic resonator
( IFAR ) systems analysis for the evaluation of a LMA chamber acoustic liner ...
Author: American Society of Civil Engineers. Task Committee on Steel Chimney LinersPublish On: 1975
EARTHQUAKE DESIGN ( Con ' t ) that both the liner and the chimney be
analyzed dynamically as an integrated system . For designing earthquake
resistance in a structure , the response spectrum method is very efficient . The
method lends ...
Author: American Society of Civil Engineers. Task Committee on Steel Chimney Liners
Planning, Design and Performance Robert Pitt, Shirley E. Clark, Donald W. Lake.
Failed concrete channel liner ... When newly placed , with no vegetation growth ,
the Manning's n roughness is 0.02 for these liners . The maximum calculated ...
Author: Robert Pitt
Publisher: DEStech Publications, Inc
Attention: Stormwater managers, hydrologists, watershed managers, municipal water authorities, county conservation specialists. Here is a fully up-to-date book, by three leading experts, containing critical design tools for practical implementation of techniques to control and abate run-off and sediment from construction sites. With many original illustrations and examples, this text provides the design principles to monitor and to implement mitigating steps that will enable you and your staff to meet regulations by taking steps that fit the development level, soil type, and rainfall amounts of your region. The information presented here is need-to-know technology for anyone tasked with planning, implementing, or monitoring stormwater in urban, suburban and rural settings.TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Introduction to Erosion and Sediment Control, Problems and Regulations · Problems Associated with Construction Site Erosion and Sediment Loss · Construction Site Erosion and Sediment Control Regulations · Basic Control of Construction Site Runoff · Example Construction Site Erosion Control and Stormwater Management Requirements · Need for Adequate Design and Inspection · Important Internet Links Chapter 2: Selection of Controls and Site Planning · Introduction · Example Construction Site Control Requirements · Planning Steps and Components for Construction Site Control · Amounts of Construction Subject to Erosion and Sediment Control and their Costs Chapter 3: Regional Rainfall Conditions and Site Hydrology for Construction Site Erosion Evaluations · Introduction: Hydrology for the Design of Construction Erosion Controls Local Rainfall Conditions Relevant to Construction Site Erosion and Sediment Control Design Methods of Determining Runoff • Watershed Delineation · Use of the SCS (NRCS) TR-55 Method for Construction Site Hydrology Evaluations · WinTR55 · Summary · Important Internet Links Chapter 4: Erosion Mechanisms, the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE), and Vegetation Erosion Controls · Introduction · Basic Erosion Mechanisms and Rain Energy · The Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) and Relating Rain Energy to Erosion Yield · RUSLE2 Information · Basic Predictions of Soil Losses from a Construction Site · Use and Selection of Vegetation at Construction Sites · Establishing Vegetation · Summary · Important Links Chapter 5: Channel and Slope Stability for Construction Site Erosion Control · Introduction · General Channel Stability Shear Stress Relation · Design of Grass-Lined Channels · Drainage Design using Turf-Reinforcing Mats · Channel Design using Concrete and Riprap Liner Materials · Slope Stability Applied to Construction Site Erosion Control Design · Use of Newly Developed Erosion Controls Chapter 6: Temporary Ponds and Filter Fabric Barriers for Construction Site Sediment Control · Introduction · Detention Pond Design Fundamentals · Example Pond Design for Construction Site Sediment Control and Comparison with Modeling Results · Example Detention Pond Shape Calculations · Example Sizing of Sediment Pond at Construction Site · Example Use of Chemical-Assisted Sedimentation at Construction Sites · Filter Fences for Construction Site Sediment Control Chapter 7: Construction Site Erosion Control References and Internet Sources · Internet Sources · Abstracts for Selected References Index HOME Log In BOOKSTORE ELECTRONIC GUIDELINES REQUEST-A-QUOTE ABOUT US SHIPPING INFORMATION PAYMENT AND RETURN POLICY MARKETING AND SALES CONTACT US PROCEEDINGS SERVICES - Author/Presenter Guidelines - Bound Proceedings Books - CD-ROM Proceedings - Online Services - Optional Marketing and Sales - Fulfillment Services - Download Files for Collection - Custom Publications - Journal/Newsletter Services Advanced Materials
Unlike a beam or column , the liner and rock reach a stable equilibrium through
load redistribution . Hence , less conservatism should be necessary when designing liners for circular openings than for beams and columns . In the
Author: Quazi A. Hossain
Publisher: Amer Society of Civil Engineers
Category: Technology & Engineering
Consists of papers presented at the Symposium sponsored by the Nuclear Dynamic Analysis Committee of the Structural Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers held in San Francisco, California on August 19-20, 1992.
... The Independent Group: Modernism and Mass Culture in Britain, 1945–59 (
Manchester University Press, 1995); Hollywood Beyond the Screen: Design and
Material Culture (Berg, 2000); Designing Liners: Interior Design Afloat (
Author: Penny Sparke
Through a series of case studies from the mid-eighteenth century to the start of the twenty-first, this collection of essays considers the historical insights that ethno/auto/biographical investigations into the lives of individuals, groups and interiors can offer design and architectural historians. Established scholars and emerging researchers shed light on the methodological issues that arise from the use of these sources to explore the history of the interior as a site in which everyday life is experienced and performed, and the ways in which contemporary architects and interior designers draw on personal and collective histories in their practice. Historians and theorists working within a range of disciplinary contexts and historiographical traditions are turning to biography as means of exploring and accounting for social, cultural and material change - and this volume reflects that turn, representing the fields of architectural and design history, social history, literary history, creative writing and design practice. Topics include masters and servants in eighteenth-century English kitchens; the lost interiors of Oscar Wilde's 'House Beautiful'; Elsa Schiaparelli's Surrealist spaces; Jean Genet, outlaws, and the interiors of marginality; and architect Lina Bo Bardi's 'Glass House', São Paulo, Brazil.
Author: American Petroleum Institute. Production DepartmentPublish On: 1989
These factors will aid in designing the casing to withstand the loading imposed
by temperature and pressure cycling . 3 . ... 10 Tubular goods selection and design for a liner follow the same basic criteria as for a full casing string .
Author: American Petroleum Institute. Production Department
Author: United States. Environmental Protection AgencyPublish On: 1990
Introduction This chapter discusses several material and design considerations
for flexible membrane liners ( FMLs ) . It highlights some of the problems
encountered in designing " bathtub " systems for hazardous waste landfills and
Author: United States. Environmental Protection Agency
Publisher: William Andrew
Category: Technology & Engineering
A summary of existing and proposed EPA regulations and guidances on the design of double liners and leachate collection and removal systems, leak detection systems, final cover, and construction quality assurance for hazardous waste landfills.
With a thicker liner , the contractor may not have to be as careful when handling
the panels and may find it easier to weld the seams of the thicker material . After
considering the appropriate factors outlined above , the designer selects the liner
The design application investigated for bias flow was to design a non - linear liner for the high engine power condition ( high local SPL ) and use bias flow to
maintain the desired acoustic resistance at low engine powers ( low local SPL ) .