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

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Proceedings of OMAE ' 01 20th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics

and Arctic Engineering Rio de Janeiro , Brazil , June 3 - 8 , 2001 A

FUNDAMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OF THE HYDROSTATIC

Proceedings of OMAE ' 01 20th International Conference on Offshore Mechanics

and Arctic Engineering Rio de Janeiro , Brazil , June 3 - 8 , 2001 A

FUNDAMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OF THE HYDROSTATIC

**PRESSURE**...Page 211

lie above the so - called ' guaranteed ' shell collapse

formulation . The bias of the mean strength for ... 17 and in the usual design

range the COV is estimated to be 5 % ( 11 ) .

quite ...

lie above the so - called ' guaranteed ' shell collapse

**pressure**predicted by thisformulation . The bias of the mean strength for ... 17 and in the usual design

range the COV is estimated to be 5 % ( 11 ) .

**pressures**. Eqn ( 5 ) is thereforequite ...

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hydrostatic

its counterpart Prm in Eqn ( 7 ) ; i . e : 10 . 5prm Pre = \ p , ( 1 – 0 . 5 p / Pom ) , if P

, Prm , if p , < Prm ( 8 ) • Geometric properties , i . e . the length , internal radius ...

hydrostatic

**pressure**by replacing the Von Mises**pressure**, Pm , in Eqn ( 3 ) withits counterpart Prm in Eqn ( 7 ) ; i . e : 10 . 5prm Pre = \ p , ( 1 – 0 . 5 p / Pom ) , if P

, Prm , if p , < Prm ( 8 ) • Geometric properties , i . e . the length , internal radius ...

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