## 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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Figure 4

EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS The results for seven test specimens are presented

in this paper , four with traditional circumferential girth welds and three with no ...

Figure 4

**shows**a mid - height bulge buckle in specimen CP80W . 4 . 1 -EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS The results for seven test specimens are presented

in this paper , four with traditional circumferential girth welds and three with no ...

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... the change in angle measured by the two rotation meters divided by the length

of the specimen and will be called the ' global curvature ' . to Figure 6

moment - curvature plot for the three specimens tested at 80 % internal pressure .

... the change in angle measured by the two rotation meters divided by the length

of the specimen and will be called the ' global curvature ' . to Figure 6

**shows**amoment - curvature plot for the three specimens tested at 80 % internal pressure .

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Timoshenko Figures 8 and 9

31 ) . In Figure 8 the moment capacity surface is seen from the external pressure ,

compressive longitudinal force side and in Figure 9 it is seen from above .

Timoshenko Figures 8 and 9

**shows**the moment capacity surface given by Eq . (31 ) . In Figure 8 the moment capacity surface is seen from the external pressure ,

compressive longitudinal force side and in Figure 9 it is seen from above .

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### Contents

PIPELINE RELIABILITY AND LIMIT STATES DESIGN | 1 |

DESIGN OF PIPELINES AND RISERS | 5 |

OMAE99PIPE5019 | 21 |

Copyright | |

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