Structural Design Methodology for Spray Applied Pipe Liners in Gravity Storm Water Conveyance Conduits

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General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(356)
Lead Organization: Ohio Department of Transportation
Solicitation Number: 1426
Partners: DE, FL, MN, NC, NY, OH, PADOT, TX
Status: Closed
Est. Completion Date:
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Apr 19, 2022
Contract End Date: Apr 20, 2021
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $529,547.00
100% SP&R Approval: Approved
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Jeffrey Syar
jeffrey.syar@dot.ohio.gov
Phone: 614-275-1373
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Brian Smith
BSmith@dot.gov
Phone: 708-574-8143
Study Champion(s): Jill Martindale
jacquelin.martindale@dot.ohio.gov
Phone: 6146448173
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Delaware Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Jason Hastings Anne Brown (302) 760-2198 anne.brown@state.de.us
Delaware Department of Transportation 2019 $29,221.00 Jason Hastings Anne Brown (302) 760-2198 anne.brown@state.de.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2017 $75,000.00 Carlton Spirio Jennifer Clark 850-414-4614 jennifer.clark@dot.state.fl.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2019 $4,221.00 Carlton Spirio Jennifer Clark 850-414-4614 jennifer.clark@dot.state.fl.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Paul Rowekamp Lisa Jansen (651) 366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Paul Rowekamp Lisa Jansen (651) 366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2019 $29,221.00 Paul Rowekamp Lisa Jansen (651) 366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
New York State Department of Transportation 2016 $0.00 Brian Carmody Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Brian Carmody Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Brian Carmody Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2019 $29,221.00 Brian Carmody Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
North Carolina Department of Transportation 2017 $75,000.00 Stephen Morgan Neil Mastin 919 707 6661 jmastin@ncdot.gov
North Carolina Department of Transportation 2019 $4,221.00 Stephen Morgan Neil Mastin 919 707 6661 jmastin@ncdot.gov
Ohio Department of Transportation 2016 $0.00 Jeffrey Syar Vicky Fout 614-466-3029 vicky.fout@dot.ohio.gov
Ohio Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Jeffrey Syar Vicky Fout 614-466-3029 vicky.fout@dot.ohio.gov
Ohio Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Jeffrey Syar Vicky Fout 614-466-3029 vicky.fout@dot.ohio.gov
Ohio Department of Transportation 2019 $29,221.00 Jeffrey Syar Vicky Fout 614-466-3029 vicky.fout@dot.ohio.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Sheri Little Heather Sorce 717-214-9508 hsorce@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Sheri Little Heather Sorce 717-214-9508 hsorce@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2019 $29,221.00 Sheri Little Heather Sorce 717-214-9508 hsorce@pa.gov
Texas Department of Transportation $0.00

Study Description

Spray applied pipe liners is a trenchless technology that provides a method to structurally rehabilitate concrete and metal gravity storm water conveyance conduits with minimal impact to the travelling public. The liner consists of a cementitious or resin based material that is applied in an existing host storm water conveyance conduit via a centrifugal remote applicator or by manual application. Sufficient soil support and stabilization of the host conduit is required prior to placement of the spray applied liner. The liner will provide the structural load carrying capacity without the requirement to adhere to the host conduit. No single structural design methodology for a spray applied pipe liner currently exists. Vendors either apply design equations outlined in ASTM F1216, which are for Cured In Place Pipe (CIPP), or they use a variety of design approaches and conservatively select the maximum pipe liner material thickness. The AASHTO Subcommittee on Bridges and Structures, T-13 Culverts and the AASHTO NTPEP Technical Committee on Spray Applied Pipe Liners collectively agree that the technology would be well accepted and utilized; provided the spray applied pipe liner creates a fully structural solution. However, the committees have identified the lack of a nationally accepted structural design standard as a roadblock to implementation. Several DOT’s have implemented structural spray applied pipe liners despite the lack of a national design standard or with the understanding that they will be designed according to CIPP design equations. Other DOT’s are waiting for a national design standard to be developed prior to implementing the technology.

Objectives

- Recommend a design methodology for both cementitious and resin based spray applied pipe liners for structural rehabilitation of gravity storm water conveyance conduits. - Recommend a laboratory test method to verify the proposed structural design for conduits that have been rehabilitated using the spray applied pipe liner technology. - Recommend an accelerated laboratory methodology to determine the liner material durability. - Recommend laboratory material testing for both cementitious and resin based materials.

Scope of Work

- Review multiple vendor suggested structural design methodologies for cementitious and resin based pipe liners. Ensure a minimum number of 4 vendors for cementitious and 4 vendors for resin based materials are solicited for input. - Review the Cured In Place (CIPP) design methodology outlined in ASTM F1216-09, Appendix X.1, equation X1.3. Review the design equations, variables, and assumptions to determine if the methodology is applicable for spray applied liners. - Review completed and active research that pertains to spray applied pipe liners. - Survey US State DOT’s and Canadian Agencies to identify use and inspect a field installation of resin material and cementitious material. - Recommend a structural design methodology for cementitious and resin based spray applied liners that includes: • LRFD Live and Dead Loads • Host Conduit Conditions and Site Parameter assumptions • Pipe Liner Material Properties - Develop an Excel Spreadsheet to calculate the required thickness for a cementitious and resin based spray applied liner pipe. - Recommend a laboratory test method to verify the structural design for conduits that have been rehabilitated using the spray applied pipe liner technology. - Recommend an accelerated laboratory methodology to determine the liner material durability. - Recommend laboratory material testing for both cementitious and resin based materials.

Comments

We request $25,000 per state for FY2016, or for FY2017 if their funding isn’t available for FY2016. The AASHTO NTPEP Technical Committee on Spray Applied Pipe Liners will implement findings of the research in a Project Work Plan that will be used to conduct product evaluations for use by State DOTs. A design methodology for spray applied liners may be used by other AASHTO design committees and data collected through the NTPEP program can be used to validate and refine the design methodology as Vendor products are tested.

Subjects: Bridges, Other Structures, and Hydraulics and Hydrology

Documents Attached
Title File/Link Type Privacy Download
Structural Design Methodology for Spray Applied Pipe Liners in Gravity Storm Water Conveyance Conduits (TPF-5(356)) SJN 135417 Final Report V3.pdf Final Report Public
Spray Applied Pipeliner Worksheet SAPL Design Worksheet Final Version.xlsm Other Public
Fact Sheet SAPL Fact Sheet April 20-2021.pdf Study Summary Public
Progress Report: January - June 2020 QR 6302020.doc Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: October - December 2019 20191231_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: July - September 2019 201909030_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: April - June 2019 20190630_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: January - March 2019 20190331_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: October - December 2018 20181231_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: July - September 2018 20180930_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: April - June 2018 20180630_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: January - March 2018 20180331_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: July - September 2017 TPF-5(330) QR 2017Q3.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: April - June 2017 2017Q2 TPF Quarterly Report Form.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
TPF-5(356) Acceptance Letter TPF-5(356) Acceptance.pdf Other Public
Approved Waiver Memo Approval of SP&R Waiver Pooled Fund Solicitation #1426 .pdf Memorandum Public
Waiver Request 1426_Waiver_Request.pdf Other Public
Documents Attached
Title File/Link Type Privacy Download
Waiver Request Letter 1426_Waiver_Request.pdf Other Public

Structural Design Methodology for Spray Applied Pipe Liners in Gravity Storm Water Conveyance Conduits

General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(356)
Lead Organization: Ohio Department of Transportation
Solicitation Number: 1426
Partners: DE, FL, MN, NC, NY, OH, PADOT, TX
Status: Closed
Est. Completion Date:
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Apr 19, 2022
Contract End Date: Apr 20, 2021
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $529,547.00
100% SP&R Approval:
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Jeffrey Syar
jeffrey.syar@dot.ohio.gov
Phone: 614-275-1373
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Brian Smith
BSmith@dot.gov
Phone: 708-574-8143
Commitments by Organizations
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
Delaware Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Jason Hastings Anne Brown (302) 760-2198 anne.brown@state.de.us
Delaware Department of Transportation 2019 $29,221.00 Jason Hastings Anne Brown (302) 760-2198 anne.brown@state.de.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2017 $75,000.00 Carlton Spirio Jennifer Clark 850-414-4614 jennifer.clark@dot.state.fl.us
Florida Department of Transportation 2019 $4,221.00 Carlton Spirio Jennifer Clark 850-414-4614 jennifer.clark@dot.state.fl.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Paul Rowekamp Lisa Jansen (651) 366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Paul Rowekamp Lisa Jansen (651) 366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
Minnesota Department of Transportation 2019 $29,221.00 Paul Rowekamp Lisa Jansen (651) 366-3779 lisa.jansen@state.mn.us
New York State Department of Transportation 2016 $0.00 Brian Carmody Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Brian Carmody Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Brian Carmody Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
New York State Department of Transportation 2019 $29,221.00 Brian Carmody Wes Yang 518-457-4660 wes.yang@dot.ny.gov
North Carolina Department of Transportation 2017 $75,000.00 Stephen Morgan Neil Mastin 919 707 6661 jmastin@ncdot.gov
North Carolina Department of Transportation 2019 $4,221.00 Stephen Morgan Neil Mastin 919 707 6661 jmastin@ncdot.gov
Ohio Department of Transportation 2016 $0.00 Jeffrey Syar Vicky Fout 614-466-3029 vicky.fout@dot.ohio.gov
Ohio Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Jeffrey Syar Vicky Fout 614-466-3029 vicky.fout@dot.ohio.gov
Ohio Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Jeffrey Syar Vicky Fout 614-466-3029 vicky.fout@dot.ohio.gov
Ohio Department of Transportation 2019 $29,221.00 Jeffrey Syar Vicky Fout 614-466-3029 vicky.fout@dot.ohio.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Sheri Little Heather Sorce 717-214-9508 hsorce@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Sheri Little Heather Sorce 717-214-9508 hsorce@pa.gov
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation 2019 $29,221.00 Sheri Little Heather Sorce 717-214-9508 hsorce@pa.gov

Study Description

Study Description

Spray applied pipe liners is a trenchless technology that provides a method to structurally rehabilitate concrete and metal gravity storm water conveyance conduits with minimal impact to the travelling public. The liner consists of a cementitious or resin based material that is applied in an existing host storm water conveyance conduit via a centrifugal remote applicator or by manual application. Sufficient soil support and stabilization of the host conduit is required prior to placement of the spray applied liner. The liner will provide the structural load carrying capacity without the requirement to adhere to the host conduit. No single structural design methodology for a spray applied pipe liner currently exists. Vendors either apply design equations outlined in ASTM F1216, which are for Cured In Place Pipe (CIPP), or they use a variety of design approaches and conservatively select the maximum pipe liner material thickness. The AASHTO Subcommittee on Bridges and Structures, T-13 Culverts and the AASHTO NTPEP Technical Committee on Spray Applied Pipe Liners collectively agree that the technology would be well accepted and utilized; provided the spray applied pipe liner creates a fully structural solution. However, the committees have identified the lack of a nationally accepted structural design standard as a roadblock to implementation. Several DOT’s have implemented structural spray applied pipe liners despite the lack of a national design standard or with the understanding that they will be designed according to CIPP design equations. Other DOT’s are waiting for a national design standard to be developed prior to implementing the technology.

Objectives

- Recommend a design methodology for both cementitious and resin based spray applied pipe liners for structural rehabilitation of gravity storm water conveyance conduits. - Recommend a laboratory test method to verify the proposed structural design for conduits that have been rehabilitated using the spray applied pipe liner technology. - Recommend an accelerated laboratory methodology to determine the liner material durability. - Recommend laboratory material testing for both cementitious and resin based materials.

Scope of Work

- Review multiple vendor suggested structural design methodologies for cementitious and resin based pipe liners. Ensure a minimum number of 4 vendors for cementitious and 4 vendors for resin based materials are solicited for input. - Review the Cured In Place (CIPP) design methodology outlined in ASTM F1216-09, Appendix X.1, equation X1.3. Review the design equations, variables, and assumptions to determine if the methodology is applicable for spray applied liners. - Review completed and active research that pertains to spray applied pipe liners. - Survey US State DOT’s and Canadian Agencies to identify use and inspect a field installation of resin material and cementitious material. - Recommend a structural design methodology for cementitious and resin based spray applied liners that includes: • LRFD Live and Dead Loads • Host Conduit Conditions and Site Parameter assumptions • Pipe Liner Material Properties - Develop an Excel Spreadsheet to calculate the required thickness for a cementitious and resin based spray applied liner pipe. - Recommend a laboratory test method to verify the structural design for conduits that have been rehabilitated using the spray applied pipe liner technology. - Recommend an accelerated laboratory methodology to determine the liner material durability. - Recommend laboratory material testing for both cementitious and resin based materials.

Comments

We request $25,000 per state for FY2016, or for FY2017 if their funding isn’t available for FY2016. The AASHTO NTPEP Technical Committee on Spray Applied Pipe Liners will implement findings of the research in a Project Work Plan that will be used to conduct product evaluations for use by State DOTs. A design methodology for spray applied liners may be used by other AASHTO design committees and data collected through the NTPEP program can be used to validate and refine the design methodology as Vendor products are tested.

Subjects: Bridges, Other Structures, and Hydraulics and Hydrology

Title File/Link Type Private
Structural Design Methodology for Spray Applied Pipe Liners in Gravity Storm Water Conveyance Conduits (TPF-5(356)) SJN 135417 Final Report V3.pdf Final Report Public
Approved Waiver Memo Approval of SP&R Waiver Pooled Fund Solicitation #1426 .pdf Memorandum Public
Waiver Request 1426_Waiver_Request.pdf Other Public
TPF-5(356) Acceptance Letter TPF-5(356) Acceptance.pdf Other Public
Spray Applied Pipeliner Worksheet SAPL Design Worksheet Final Version.xlsm Other Public
Progress Report: April - June 2017 2017Q2 TPF Quarterly Report Form.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: July - September 2017 TPF-5(330) QR 2017Q3.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: January - March 2018 20180331_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: April - June 2018 20180630_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: July - September 2018 20180930_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: October - December 2018 20181231_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: January - March 2019 20190331_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: April - June 2019 20190630_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: July - September 2019 201909030_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: October - December 2019 20191231_QPR.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Progress Report: January - June 2020 QR 6302020.doc Quarterly Progress Report Public
Fact Sheet SAPL Fact Sheet April 20-2021.pdf Study Summary Public
Title File/Link Type Private
Waiver Request Letter 1426_Waiver_Request.pdf Other Public

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