## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 3; Volume 8, Part 3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1989 - Arctic regions |

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Note that 8 given by

Note that 8 given by

**Equation**( 11 ) gives the displacement at the pipe centerline ( Figure 1a , point o ) rather than the Pure Stretch axis for perfect plasticity ( Figure 1a , point o ' ) , hence we obtain a conservative prediction ...Page 190

( applied stress exponent n ) of each isothermal line from

( applied stress exponent n ) of each isothermal line from

**equation**( 5 ) becomes -7.30 . Since the values of intercept of the log tr axis are the functions of temperature , the linear**equation**can be obtained as follows .Page 191

103 The

103 The

**equation**( 1 " ) may be rewritten in the form 903K A A 963K 1 1023K 102 RUPTURE TIME ( hr ) log tr = n ' logo + B + C ' ( 1 " ) T Therefore , the**equations**( 8 ) and ( 10 ) are in accordance with the minimum - commitment method ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

THICKNESS EFFECTS | 1 |

The Plate Thickness Effect in Fatigue Predictions and Results A Review of Norwegian Work | 21 |

Thickness Weld Profile and Initial Flaw Considerations for Tubular Joints | 39 |

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