## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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From Figure 6 it is clearly seen that the two curves for 1 2 and 16 elements in the

hoop direction converge to the same value for the

For 12 elements in the hoop direction, calculations are also performed for 8-node

...

From Figure 6 it is clearly seen that the two curves for 1 2 and 16 elements in the

hoop direction converge to the same value for the

**maximum**bending moment.For 12 elements in the hoop direction, calculations are also performed for 8-node

...

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The tests apply external pressure and then bending moment to reach the

finite element model as given in Figure 4. The comparisons between the

The tests apply external pressure and then bending moment to reach the

**maximum**bending capacity. The laboratory tests wee simulated by means of thefinite element model as given in Figure 4. The comparisons between the

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by the standard ISO 1704 [4] is based on diameter variations and does not

distinguish the material removal position. Indeed, this recommendation is

conservative ...

**MAXIMUM**AMOUNT OF REMOVAL The**maximum**amount of removal proposedby the standard ISO 1704 [4] is based on diameter variations and does not

distinguish the material removal position. Indeed, this recommendation is

conservative ...

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