## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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Combined

, the problem of shell collapse under the combined action of

and pressure is treated in this paper using an interaction approach .

Combined

**Axial**Compression and Pressure As in the case of most design codes, the problem of shell collapse under the combined action of

**axial**compressionand pressure is treated in this paper using an interaction approach .

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7 % Figures 1 and 2 shows the strength analysis of test vs theory under

loading and Hydrostatic loading for the recommended models respectively .

Figure 3 shows the variation of Xm with R / t for the proposed model under

combined ...

7 % Figures 1 and 2 shows the strength analysis of test vs theory under

**axial**loading and Hydrostatic loading for the recommended models respectively .

Figure 3 shows the variation of Xm with R / t for the proposed model under

combined ...

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... as follow : D ' t where M , = 0 , ZA 2 , 0o = t - sin " ( a / D ) or = Yield stress ( 2 )

MM , ' + P / P , ' = 1 ( 8 ) Next , fully plastic strength of the perforated tube under

... as follow : D ' t where M , = 0 , ZA 2 , 0o = t - sin " ( a / D ) or = Yield stress ( 2 )

MM , ' + P / P , ' = 1 ( 8 ) Next , fully plastic strength of the perforated tube under

**axial**force is expressed in the following form by neglecting stress concentration .### What people are saying - Write a review

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