## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 9, Part 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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Experimental evidence ( Sarpkaya and Isaacson , 1981 ) indicates that B may be taken equal to zero for cross

Experimental evidence ( Sarpkaya and Isaacson , 1981 ) indicates that B may be taken equal to zero for cross

**flow**vibrations . Equation ( 10 ) shows how the**flow**vibration amplitude y'p ( x ' ) can be obtained from the model test ...Page 66

APPLICABILITY n assumes The derivation of the scaling expression in Equation 10 steady

APPLICABILITY n assumes The derivation of the scaling expression in Equation 10 steady

**flow**conditions . One approach for scaling combined ( steady + oscillatory )**flow**conditions is to calculate the reduced velocity Ur based on the ...Page 116

The same equation suggests , however , that by dispersing the tracers in the

The same equation suggests , however , that by dispersing the tracers in the

**flow**and placing the scintillator around a small diameter tubing which continuously samples the**flow**, the detection sensitivity becomes independent of pipe ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

PIPELINE MATERIALS AND WELDING | 1 |

PIPELINE DESIGN I | 35 |

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY PART | 53 |

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actuator addition analysis applied approach assessment assumed bending buckling calculations caused collapse considered CONTINUE copper corrosion crack crack tip damage depth diameter direction displacement distribution effect elements Engineering ensemble equations external factors failure field Figure flow force fracture function given included increase initial installation internal layer length limit load material maximum measured mechanical method mode notch obtained occurred Offshore OLAC operation parameters pipe pipeline plastic plate platform position predicted presented pressure procedure properties radial range ratio reduced relative reliability resistance response safety scour shown shows simulated soil solution span steel strength stress structure subsea surface Table thickness toughness tracers tube values valve variables wall wave weight weld yield