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

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a ( T ) = ( 24 ) be applied to predict the failure probability Ps by letting P = P2

since the lowest

Critical

and ...

a ( T ) = ( 24 ) be applied to predict the failure probability Ps by letting P = P2

since the lowest

**temperature**of sea water changes within a small range . 3 . 3Critical

**Temperature**- Environmental**Temperature**Interference Model Feng Zudeand ...

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To predict the number of

lifetime calculation the following assumptions are made : a ) b ) Thermal stresses

due to cooling of the riser from a steady state operating

To predict the number of

**temperature**drops pr year to give the basis for thelifetime calculation the following assumptions are made : a ) b ) Thermal stresses

due to cooling of the riser from a steady state operating

**temperature**. Stresses ...Page 401

A control study was conducted to verify that DSC could detect the annealing

effects of Pall at different

good correlation between the annealing

of the ...

A control study was conducted to verify that DSC could detect the annealing

effects of Pall at different

**temperatures**. Unused ... As shown Figure 4 , there isgood correlation between the annealing

**temperature**and the onset**temperature**of the ...

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analysis applied assessment bending boundary buckling calculated Charpy compared components compressive considered controlled corrosion crack crack initiation critical CTOD curve cycle defects defined deformation derivatives determined developed direction discrete displacement distribution ductile crack dynamic effect element Engineering equation estimated evaluated experiments factors failure fatigue fatigue cracks field Figure finite element flexible FPSO fracture toughness function geometry grain growth higher impact increase inspection International joints layer length loading material maximum measured mechanical metal method microstructure node notch observed obtained offshore operation parameters performed phase pipe pipeline plastic plate predicted present pressure prestrained problem procedure range region respectively riser shown shows simulated specimens standard steel strain strength stress structures surface Table technique temperature tensile thickness weight weld yield