## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 18, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1999 - Arctic regions |

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Modelling of the ability of the

capacity obtained from the laboratory tests . The burst pressure capacity is then

expressed as : Pcap Platos Y FEM PAR where Par : predicted capacity from

formulated ...

Modelling of the ability of the

**finite element**analyses to represent the burstcapacity obtained from the laboratory tests . The burst pressure capacity is then

expressed as : Pcap Platos Y FEM PAR where Par : predicted capacity from

formulated ...

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In Figure 1 and 2 , a comparison between the capacity equation and

in the numerical

result of ...

In Figure 1 and 2 , a comparison between the capacity equation and

**finite****element**results are shown , indicating the accuracy of the predictions . The biasin the numerical

**finite element**analyses Y hab was obtained by comparing theresult of ...

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The

engineering component or structure , is divided into small sub regions / elements

. Each element is an essential simple unit in space for which the behaviour can

be ...

The

**finite element**method is a method where a physical system , such as anengineering component or structure , is divided into small sub regions / elements

. Each element is an essential simple unit in space for which the behaviour can

be ...

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### Contents

PIPELINE RELIABILITY AND LIMIT STATES DESIGN | 1 |

DESIGN OF PIPELINES AND RISERS | 5 |

OMAE99PIPE5019 | 21 |

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