## 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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development of a group of 12 dwellings placed at a single location 11m from the

pipeline was assumed . consideration , Transco chose five locations , considered

to

development of a group of 12 dwellings placed at a single location 11m from the

pipeline was assumed . consideration , Transco chose five locations , considered

to

**represent**the worst case locations , for detailed risk analysis using ...Page 50

Modelling of the ability of the burst capacity equation to

capacity obtained from the FE analyses . 2 . Modelling of the ability of the finite

element analyses to

tests .

Modelling of the ability of the burst capacity equation to

**represent**the burstcapacity obtained from the FE analyses . 2 . Modelling of the ability of the finite

element analyses to

**represent**the burst capacity obtained from the laboratorytests .

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We can , therefore , formulate the strain energy as Sct ? + c2M ; + czM ; Jds

where the three constants

bending moment and M , = twisting moment . During installation , the pipe

extends from ...

We can , therefore , formulate the strain energy as Sct ? + c2M ; + czM ; Jds

where the three constants

**represent**section - factors and T = axial force , My =bending moment and M , = twisting moment . During installation , the pipe

extends from ...

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### Contents

PIPELINE RELIABILITY AND LIMIT STATES DESIGN | 1 |

DESIGN OF PIPELINES AND RISERS | 5 |

OMAE99PIPE5019 | 21 |

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