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

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This paper deals with the ultimate strength of cylindrical tubular columns with a

perforated damage at the center of the length , such as braces of jacket type

structures or , We consider the deterioration of ultimate strength of

with ...

This paper deals with the ultimate strength of cylindrical tubular columns with a

perforated damage at the center of the length , such as braces of jacket type

structures or , We consider the deterioration of ultimate strength of

**circular**tubeswith ...

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In this figure , approximately linearized equations ( 6 ) and ( 7 ) are shown by

using solid line , dashed line and chain line . It is seen from this figure that the

deterioration of ultimate strength of

In this figure , approximately linearized equations ( 6 ) and ( 7 ) are shown by

using solid line , dashed line and chain line . It is seen from this figure that the

deterioration of ultimate strength of

**circular**tubes with perforation subjected to ...Page 361

5 , simplified estimation results based on equations ( 18 ) and ( 19 ) are given for

the ultimate strength of damaged

as shown in Table 1. In this figure , calculation results based on finite element ...

5 , simplified estimation results based on equations ( 18 ) and ( 19 ) are given for

the ultimate strength of damaged

**circular**cylinder columns having numerical dataas shown in Table 1. In this figure , calculation results based on finite element ...

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