## 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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Ultimate tensile

to construct the pipeline and therefore bursting will occur at a higher pressure

than that at which the SLS is reached by yielding . where the denominator

denotes ...

Ultimate tensile

**strength**is significantly above yield**strength**for the material usedto construct the pipeline and therefore bursting will occur at a higher pressure

than that at which the SLS is reached by yielding . where the denominator

denotes ...

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2 ) Shear

bed of fine sand . Although the seabed material at the field site is estimated to be

predominantly cohesive , it was decided to perform the experiments mainly on ...

2 ) Shear

**strength**( 11 ) The majority of the test programme was performed on abed of fine sand . Although the seabed material at the field site is estimated to be

predominantly cohesive , it was decided to perform the experiments mainly on ...

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The Finite Element ( FE ) method has proven to be a valuable tool to analyze

both the global behavior and structural

loading conditions associated with deepwater installations . Optimization of

pipeline ...

The Finite Element ( FE ) method has proven to be a valuable tool to analyze

both the global behavior and structural

**strength**of pipelines under the extremeloading conditions associated with deepwater installations . Optimization of

pipeline ...

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### Contents

PIPELINE RELIABILITY AND LIMIT STATES DESIGN | 1 |

DESIGN OF PIPELINES AND RISERS | 5 |

OMAE99PIPE5019 | 21 |

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