Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes

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Chapter 14 Conduit Strength and Durability Anchor #i1005596 Section 1 Conduit Durability Anchor #i1005602 Introduction.When designing a culvert or storm drainage system,you must evaluate aspects of structural design,hydraulic design,and durability design.The Relationship between Soil Resistivity and Corrosion In order to avoid unpleasant corrosion of pipes and steel structures,the electrical resistivity technique using Barnes method was utilised at PZ Cussons Ikorodu,Lagos State,Nigeria.Subsea Pipelines and Risers ScienceDirectChapter 14 - Seismic Design.Pages 219-228.Select Chapter 15 - Corrosion Prevention.Book chapter Full text access.Chapter 15 - Corrosion Prevention.Pages 229-240. Chapter 39 - Residual Strength of Dented Pipes with Cracks.Pages 733-750.Select Chapter 40 -

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Chapter 38 Corroded Pipelines 38.1 Introduction 38.2 Corrosion Defect Predictions 38.3 Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipe 38.4 New Remaining Strength Criteria for Corroded Pipe 38.5 Reliability-based Design 38.6 Re-qualification Example Applications 38.7 References Chapter 39 Residual Strength of Dented Pipes with Cracks 39.1 IntroductionSubsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management ScienceDirectAbstract.Corrosion depends on a given environment and the metal type.The presence of carbon dioxide (CO 2),hydrogen-sulphide (H 2 S) and free water in the production fluid can cause severe corrosion problems in oil and gas pipelines.Two types of corrosions may occur in the oil and gas pipeline system when the presence of CO 2 and H 2 S in the hydrocarbons fluid sour corrosion andSubsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management - 1st EditionChapter 1.Corrosion and Corroded Pipelines; 1.Introduction; 2.Corrosion Defect Prediction; 3.Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipe; Chapter 2.Buckling and Collapse of Corroded Pipes; 1.Introduction; 2.Moment Capacity of Pipe Under Combined Loads; 3.Collapse Due to External Pressure; 4.Modification to Timoshenko and Geres Equations; 5.

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Chapter 1.Corrosion and Corroded Pipelines; 1.Introduction; 2.Corrosion Defect Prediction; 3.Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipe; Chapter 2.Buckling and Collapse of Corroded Pipes; 1.Introduction; 2.Moment Capacity of Pipe Under Combined Loads; 3.Collapse Due to External Pressure; 4.Modification to Timoshenko and Geres Equations; 5.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Previous123456NextSection 14C-2 - Pipeline Rehabilitation Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#0183;Chapter 14 Laminate Strain-Corrosion.Chapter 15 Abrasion Life.Chapter 16 The Unified Equation.Chapter 17 The Interaction Parameter Gsc.Chapter 18 Numerical Computation of the Interaction Parameter Gsc.Chapter 19 The Unified Equation Applied to API 15HR.Chapter 20 Short-Term Strengths of Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#177; 55 Oil Pipes.Chapter 21 Impermeable Pipes.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345NextRead Review of the Bureau of Reclamation's Corrosion As with iron or steel pipes,DIP is subject to corrosion,the rate of which depends on the environment in which the pipe is placed.Corrosion mitigation protocols are employed to slow the corrosion process to an acceptable rate for the application.

Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Section 14C-2 - Pipeline Rehabilitation

Mar 14,2020 Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#0183;Chapter 14 - Trenchless Construction 14C - Rehabilitation 1 Revised 2013 Edition is the strength or flexural modulus of elasticity.Resins with a flexural modulus of or the pipe has corroded due to the effects of the fluid,atmosphere soil or applied loads.Second Edition Handbook of PE Pipe HDPE HandbookChapter 9 - PE Pipe Joining Procedures; Chapter 10 - Marine Installations; Chapter 11 - Pipeline Rehabilitation by Sliplining with PE Pipe; Chapter 12 - Horizontal Directional Drilling; Chapter 13 - HVAC Applications for PE Pipe; Chapter 14 - Duct and Conduit Chapter 15 - General Guidelines for Repairing Buried PE Potable Water Pressure Pipes

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Chapter 9 - PE Pipe Joining Procedures; Chapter 10 - Marine Installations; Chapter 11 - Pipeline Rehabilitation by Sliplining with PE Pipe; Chapter 12 - Horizontal Directional Drilling; Chapter 13 - HVAC Applications for PE Pipe; Chapter 14 - Duct and Conduit Chapter 15 - General Guidelines for Repairing Buried PE Potable Water Pressure Pipes Pipelines and Risers - Google BooksChapter 15 Residual Strength of Dented Pipes with Cracks .257 Chapter 16 Risk Analysis applied to Subsea Pipeline Engineering Chapter 14 Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipes .229 Chapter 23 Piping Systems .433 Chapter 24 PipeinPipe and Bundle Systems Pan Global Chapter 14 Flashcards QuizletSalts present in the moisture in the air and on the surface of the material that is being corroded will 1.Increase the corrosion rates of that material 2.Decrease the corrosion rates of that material 3.Cause a neutralizing film to form on the surface of the material 4.

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Chapter 14 - Microbial Biofilms,Fouling,Corrosion,and Biodeterioration of Materials. potentially high strength to weight ratio in mechanical strength,and cyclic flexural performance,depending on alloying elements and microstructure. Select Chapter 23 - Corrosion of Pipes in Drinking Water Systems.Book chapter Full text access.Fatigue - ASM Internationalcorrelation between tensile strength and fatigue strength; higher-tensile-strength steels have higher endurance limits.The endurance limit is normally in the range of 0.35 to 0.60 of the tensile strength.This relationship holds up to a hardness of approximately 40 HRC (~1200 MPa,or 180 ksi tensile strengthFatigue - ASM Internationalcorrelation between tensile strength and fatigue strength; higher-tensile-strength steels have higher endurance limits.The endurance limit is normally in the range of 0.35 to 0.60 of the tensile strength.This relationship holds up to a hardness of approximately 40 HRC (~1200 MPa,or 180 ksi tensile strength

FHWA GEC-12-Design and Construction of Driven Pile

Chapter 13 Dynamic Formulas Chapter 14 Contract Documents Chapter 15 Pile Driving Equipment 2.5 STRENGTH LIMIT STATES 2.6 SERVICE LIMIT STATES 6.4 STEEL PIPE PILES 6.4.1 Closed End Steel Pipe 6.4.2 Open End Steel Pipe 6.5 MONOTUBE PILESEnergy Materials 2014 Wiley Online BooksOct 17,2014 Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#0183;Material producers and consumers constantly seek the possibility of increasing strength,improving fabrication and service performance,simplifying processes,and reducing costs.Energy Materials 2014 has provided a forum for academics,researchers,and engineers around the world to exchange state-of-the-art development and information on Elsevier Ocean Engineering Series Pipelines and Risers Research article Full text access Chapter 25 LCC modeling as a decision making tool in pipeline design Pages 467-488 Download PDF

Corrosion and Inspection of General Aviation Aircraft

Chapter 3 13 Types of corrosion 13 Anodic (Galvanic) corrosion 14 Intergranular Corrosion 15 Filiform surface corrosion 16 Pitting or General Surface Corrosion 17 Stress Corrosion Cracking 18 Fretting 19 Exfoliation 19 Crevice (Concentration Cell) Corrosion 20 Micro-Biological 21 Chapter 4 23 Causes of corrosion 23 Climate 23 Foreign Material 23Corrosion and Inspection of General Aviation AircraftChapter 3 13 Types of corrosion 13 Anodic (Galvanic) corrosion 14 Intergranular Corrosion 15 Filiform surface corrosion 16 Pitting or General Surface Corrosion 17 Stress Corrosion Cracking 18 Fretting 19 Exfoliation 19 Crevice (Concentration Cell) Corrosion 20 Micro-Biological 21 Chapter 4 23 Causes of corrosion 23 Climate 23 Foreign Material 23Corrosion and Inspection of General Aviation AircraftChapter 3 13 Types of corrosion 13 Anodic (Galvanic) corrosion 14 Intergranular Corrosion 15 Filiform surface corrosion 16 Pitting or General Surface Corrosion 17 Stress Corrosion Cracking 18 Fretting 19 Exfoliation 19 Crevice (Concentration Cell) Corrosion 20 Micro-Biological 21 Chapter 4 23 Causes of corrosion 23 Climate 23 Foreign Material 23

Corrosion - Meaning,Definition,Types,Prevention of

Corrosion of Zinc when it reacts with oxygen and HCl to form white coloured ZnCl 2.Corrosion of Tin to form black coloured Na 2 [Sn(OH) 2].Prevention of Corrosion.Preventing corrosion is of utmost importance in order to avoid huge losses.Majority of the structures we use are made out of metals.Chapter 3 General Regulations,Plumbing Code of the Texas In concealed locations where piping,other than cast-iron or galvanized steel,is installed through holes or notches in studs,joists,rafters or similar members less than 1 1 / 2 inches (38 mm) from the nearest edge of the member,the pipe shall be protected by steel shield plates.Such shield plates shall have a thickness of not less than 0.0575 inch (1.463 mm) (No.16 gage).Chapter 14.01 ADOPTION,ADMINISTRATION,ANDChapter 14.01 ADOPTION,ADMINISTRATION,AND ENFORCEMENT.Sections.14.01.010 Title. safety and general welfare through structural strength,means of egress facilities,stability,sanitation,adequate light and ventilation,energy conservation,and safety to life and property from fire and other hazards attributed to the built environment

Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes

Jan 01,2001 Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#0183;Chapter 14 Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipes 14.1 Introduction Marine pipelines are usually designed so that they can withstand some corrosion damages,because of economic considerations.However,these damages must be controlled in order to prevent failures of the pipelines.Chapter 14 - Trenchless ConstructionChapter 14 - Trenchless Construction Section 14A-1 - General Information 3 Revised 2013 Edition Directional Drilling A steerable system for the installation of pipes,conduits,and cables in a shallow arc using a surface launched drilling rig.Chapter 14 - Corrosion Principles Flashcards QuizletAn external source of current that travels along a pipe or other material that it comes into contact with can cause Select one A.The pipe or material to become hot B.Stray current corrosion in the pipe or material C.A reduction in the galvanic corrosion rates D.An increase in the galvanic corrosion rates E.The generation of an electrical

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on pipe strength or performance characteristics.Many of the PE resins used in PE pipe are stress rated not only at the standard temperature,73 Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#176; F,but also at an elevated temperature,such as 140 Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#176;F.Typically,PE materials retain greater strength at elevated temperatures compared to other thermoplastic materials such as PVC.CHAPTER FOUR Pipe Materials Service Life of Culverts McGrath and Hsuan (2003) defined the following requirements with respect to controlling pipe stresses for long-term durability Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#226; Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#162; Minimum pipe tensile strength must be about 3.5 MPa (500 psi) at 2.5% strain; Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#226; Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#162; Backfill must be limited to well-graded,coarse-grained soils with maximum of 12% fines (i.e.,passing the No.200 sieve APHG Chapter 14 Key Issue 1 Notes Flashcards QuizletStart studying APHG Chapter 14 Key Issue 1 Notes.Learn vocabulary,terms,and more with flashcards,games,and other study tools.

User rating 3/5Chapter 14 Conduit Strength and Durability

Chapter 14 Conduit Strength and Durability Anchor #i1005596 Section 1 Conduit Durability Anchor #i1005602 Introduction.When designing a culvert or storm drainage system,you must evaluate aspects of structural design,hydraulic design,and durability design.The Relationship between Soil Resistivity and Corrosion In order to avoid unpleasant corrosion of pipes and steel structures,the electrical resistivity technique using Barnes method was utilised at PZ Cussons Ikorodu,Lagos State,Nigeria.Subsea Pipelines and Risers ScienceDirectChapter 14 - Seismic Design.Pages 219-228.Select Chapter 15 - Corrosion Prevention.Book chapter Full text access.Chapter 15 - Corrosion Prevention.Pages 229-240. Chapter 39 - Residual Strength of Dented Pipes with Cracks.Pages 733-750.Select Chapter 40 -

Subsea Pipelines and Risers - 1st Edition

Chapter 38 Corroded Pipelines 38.1 Introduction 38.2 Corrosion Defect Predictions 38.3 Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipe 38.4 New Remaining Strength Criteria for Corroded Pipe 38.5 Reliability-based Design 38.6 Re-qualification Example Applications 38.7 References Chapter 39 Residual Strength of Dented Pipes with Cracks 39.1 IntroductionSubsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management ScienceDirectAbstract.Corrosion depends on a given environment and the metal type.The presence of carbon dioxide (CO 2),hydrogen-sulphide (H 2 S) and free water in the production fluid can cause severe corrosion problems in oil and gas pipelines.Two types of corrosions may occur in the oil and gas pipeline system when the presence of CO 2 and H 2 S in the hydrocarbons fluid sour corrosion andSubsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management - 1st EditionChapter 1.Corrosion and Corroded Pipelines; 1.Introduction; 2.Corrosion Defect Prediction; 3.Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipe; Chapter 2.Buckling and Collapse of Corroded Pipes; 1.Introduction; 2.Moment Capacity of Pipe Under Combined Loads; 3.Collapse Due to External Pressure; 4.Modification to Timoshenko and Geres Equations; 5.

Subsea Pipeline Integrity and Risk Management - 1st Edition

Chapter 1.Corrosion and Corroded Pipelines; 1.Introduction; 2.Corrosion Defect Prediction; 3.Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipe; Chapter 2.Buckling and Collapse of Corroded Pipes; 1.Introduction; 2.Moment Capacity of Pipe Under Combined Loads; 3.Collapse Due to External Pressure; 4.Modification to Timoshenko and Geres Equations; 5.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Previous123456NextSection 14C-2 - Pipeline Rehabilitation Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#0183;Chapter 14 Laminate Strain-Corrosion.Chapter 15 Abrasion Life.Chapter 16 The Unified Equation.Chapter 17 The Interaction Parameter Gsc.Chapter 18 Numerical Computation of the Interaction Parameter Gsc.Chapter 19 The Unified Equation Applied to API 15HR.Chapter 20 Short-Term Strengths of Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#177; 55 Oil Pipes.Chapter 21 Impermeable Pipes.Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345NextRead Review of the Bureau of Reclamation's Corrosion As with iron or steel pipes,DIP is subject to corrosion,the rate of which depends on the environment in which the pipe is placed.Corrosion mitigation protocols are employed to slow the corrosion process to an acceptable rate for the application.

Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.Section 14C-2 - Pipeline Rehabilitation

Mar 14,2020 Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#0183;Chapter 14 - Trenchless Construction 14C - Rehabilitation 1 Revised 2013 Edition is the strength or flexural modulus of elasticity.Resins with a flexural modulus of or the pipe has corroded due to the effects of the fluid,atmosphere soil or applied loads.Second Edition Handbook of PE Pipe HDPE HandbookChapter 9 - PE Pipe Joining Procedures; Chapter 10 - Marine Installations; Chapter 11 - Pipeline Rehabilitation by Sliplining with PE Pipe; Chapter 12 - Horizontal Directional Drilling; Chapter 13 - HVAC Applications for PE Pipe; Chapter 14 - Duct and Conduit Chapter 15 - General Guidelines for Repairing Buried PE Potable Water Pressure Pipes

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Chapter 9 - PE Pipe Joining Procedures; Chapter 10 - Marine Installations; Chapter 11 - Pipeline Rehabilitation by Sliplining with PE Pipe; Chapter 12 - Horizontal Directional Drilling; Chapter 13 - HVAC Applications for PE Pipe; Chapter 14 - Duct and Conduit Chapter 15 - General Guidelines for Repairing Buried PE Potable Water Pressure Pipes Pipelines and Risers - Google BooksChapter 15 Residual Strength of Dented Pipes with Cracks .257 Chapter 16 Risk Analysis applied to Subsea Pipeline Engineering Chapter 14 Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipes .229 Chapter 23 Piping Systems .433 Chapter 24 PipeinPipe and Bundle Systems Pan Global Chapter 14 Flashcards QuizletSalts present in the moisture in the air and on the surface of the material that is being corroded will 1.Increase the corrosion rates of that material 2.Decrease the corrosion rates of that material 3.Cause a neutralizing film to form on the surface of the material 4.

Handbook of Environmental Degradation of Materials

Chapter 14 - Microbial Biofilms,Fouling,Corrosion,and Biodeterioration of Materials. potentially high strength to weight ratio in mechanical strength,and cyclic flexural performance,depending on alloying elements and microstructure. Select Chapter 23 - Corrosion of Pipes in Drinking Water Systems.Book chapter Full text access.Fatigue - ASM Internationalcorrelation between tensile strength and fatigue strength; higher-tensile-strength steels have higher endurance limits.The endurance limit is normally in the range of 0.35 to 0.60 of the tensile strength.This relationship holds up to a hardness of approximately 40 HRC (~1200 MPa,or 180 ksi tensile strengthFatigue - ASM Internationalcorrelation between tensile strength and fatigue strength; higher-tensile-strength steels have higher endurance limits.The endurance limit is normally in the range of 0.35 to 0.60 of the tensile strength.This relationship holds up to a hardness of approximately 40 HRC (~1200 MPa,or 180 ksi tensile strength

FHWA GEC-12-Design and Construction of Driven Pile

Chapter 13 Dynamic Formulas Chapter 14 Contract Documents Chapter 15 Pile Driving Equipment 2.5 STRENGTH LIMIT STATES 2.6 SERVICE LIMIT STATES 6.4 STEEL PIPE PILES 6.4.1 Closed End Steel Pipe 6.4.2 Open End Steel Pipe 6.5 MONOTUBE PILESEnergy Materials 2014 Wiley Online BooksOct 17,2014 Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#0183;Material producers and consumers constantly seek the possibility of increasing strength,improving fabrication and service performance,simplifying processes,and reducing costs.Energy Materials 2014 has provided a forum for academics,researchers,and engineers around the world to exchange state-of-the-art development and information on Elsevier Ocean Engineering Series Pipelines and Risers Research article Full text access Chapter 25 LCC modeling as a decision making tool in pipeline design Pages 467-488 Download PDF

Corrosion and Inspection of General Aviation Aircraft

Chapter 3 13 Types of corrosion 13 Anodic (Galvanic) corrosion 14 Intergranular Corrosion 15 Filiform surface corrosion 16 Pitting or General Surface Corrosion 17 Stress Corrosion Cracking 18 Fretting 19 Exfoliation 19 Crevice (Concentration Cell) Corrosion 20 Micro-Biological 21 Chapter 4 23 Causes of corrosion 23 Climate 23 Foreign Material 23Corrosion and Inspection of General Aviation AircraftChapter 3 13 Types of corrosion 13 Anodic (Galvanic) corrosion 14 Intergranular Corrosion 15 Filiform surface corrosion 16 Pitting or General Surface Corrosion 17 Stress Corrosion Cracking 18 Fretting 19 Exfoliation 19 Crevice (Concentration Cell) Corrosion 20 Micro-Biological 21 Chapter 4 23 Causes of corrosion 23 Climate 23 Foreign Material 23Corrosion and Inspection of General Aviation AircraftChapter 3 13 Types of corrosion 13 Anodic (Galvanic) corrosion 14 Intergranular Corrosion 15 Filiform surface corrosion 16 Pitting or General Surface Corrosion 17 Stress Corrosion Cracking 18 Fretting 19 Exfoliation 19 Crevice (Concentration Cell) Corrosion 20 Micro-Biological 21 Chapter 4 23 Causes of corrosion 23 Climate 23 Foreign Material 23

Corrosion - Meaning,Definition,Types,Prevention of

Corrosion of Zinc when it reacts with oxygen and HCl to form white coloured ZnCl 2.Corrosion of Tin to form black coloured Na 2 [Sn(OH) 2].Prevention of Corrosion.Preventing corrosion is of utmost importance in order to avoid huge losses.Majority of the structures we use are made out of metals.Chapter 3 General Regulations,Plumbing Code of the Texas In concealed locations where piping,other than cast-iron or galvanized steel,is installed through holes or notches in studs,joists,rafters or similar members less than 1 1 / 2 inches (38 mm) from the nearest edge of the member,the pipe shall be protected by steel shield plates.Such shield plates shall have a thickness of not less than 0.0575 inch (1.463 mm) (No.16 gage).Chapter 14.01 ADOPTION,ADMINISTRATION,ANDChapter 14.01 ADOPTION,ADMINISTRATION,AND ENFORCEMENT.Sections.14.01.010 Title. safety and general welfare through structural strength,means of egress facilities,stability,sanitation,adequate light and ventilation,energy conservation,and safety to life and property from fire and other hazards attributed to the built environment

Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes

Jan 01,2001 Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#0183;Chapter 14 Remaining Strength of Corroded Pipes 14.1 Introduction Marine pipelines are usually designed so that they can withstand some corrosion damages,because of economic considerations.However,these damages must be controlled in order to prevent failures of the pipelines.Chapter 14 - Trenchless ConstructionChapter 14 - Trenchless Construction Section 14A-1 - General Information 3 Revised 2013 Edition Directional Drilling A steerable system for the installation of pipes,conduits,and cables in a shallow arc using a surface launched drilling rig.Chapter 14 - Corrosion Principles Flashcards QuizletAn external source of current that travels along a pipe or other material that it comes into contact with can cause Select one A.The pipe or material to become hot B.Stray current corrosion in the pipe or material C.A reduction in the galvanic corrosion rates D.An increase in the galvanic corrosion rates E.The generation of an electrical

Chapter 1 - Introduction - Plastics Pipe Institute

on pipe strength or performance characteristics.Many of the PE resins used in PE pipe are stress rated not only at the standard temperature,73 Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#176; F,but also at an elevated temperature,such as 140 Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#176;F.Typically,PE materials retain greater strength at elevated temperatures compared to other thermoplastic materials such as PVC.CHAPTER FOUR Pipe Materials Service Life of Culverts McGrath and Hsuan (2003) defined the following requirements with respect to controlling pipe stresses for long-term durability Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#226; Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#162; Minimum pipe tensile strength must be about 3.5 MPa (500 psi) at 2.5% strain; Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#226; Chapter 14 Remaining strength of corroded pipes#162; Backfill must be limited to well-graded,coarse-grained soils with maximum of 12% fines (i.e.,passing the No.200 sieve APHG Chapter 14 Key Issue 1 Notes Flashcards QuizletStart studying APHG Chapter 14 Key Issue 1 Notes.Learn vocabulary,terms,and more with flashcards,games,and other study tools.

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