## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 3; Volume 7, Part 3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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It can be seen that nonlinear

deflection curve but the force continues to increase monotonically as the

displacement increases . Considering only nonlinear material the curve would

approach a ...

It can be seen that nonlinear

**geometry**effects result in a softening of the load -deflection curve but the force continues to increase monotonically as the

displacement increases . Considering only nonlinear material the curve would

approach a ...

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The results of the studies considering purely elastic behavior , only nonlinear

are presented in figure 7 . Under tension the effect of nonlinear

The results of the studies considering purely elastic behavior , only nonlinear

**geometry**, only nonlinear material properties and both sources of nonlinearitiesare presented in figure 7 . Under tension the effect of nonlinear

**geometry**with a ...Page 442

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### Contents

ADVANCED COMPOSITES | 1 |

Optimal Design of Filament Wound Composite Pressure Vessels | 25 |

ADVANCES IN WELDING TECHNOLOGY | 31 |

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