## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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The main term in

The main term in

**equation**( 8 ) can be replaced by an equivalent bulk modulus for a liquid filled pipe , K. where : p ' rearranging terms giving : dp 2 da 1 dK a 2 K ( B - 2a ) dT ( 21 ) ( + DC 1 K р ( ) ( + 1 K K P Et ( 11 ) ...Page 112

Under the action of wave pressure at sea bottom , seepage field is induced in the bed . The seepage pressure must satisfy the governing

Under the action of wave pressure at sea bottom , seepage field is induced in the bed . The seepage pressure must satisfy the governing

**equation**( 4 ) and the following boundary conditions . PRESTHE GOVERNING**EQUATION**OF PORE WATER SURE ...Page 252

**Equation**( ? ) in its above form implies lincarization by nieglecting higher order tertus of incremental ... The stiffness matrix resulting from**equation**( 2 ) may conveniently be decomposed into two separate parts , namely the so ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Seabed Scour Under Pipelines | 33 |

Flow Around and Forces on a Pipeline Near a Scoured | 39 |

MEASUREMENTS OF PIPELINE LEAK DETECTION | 55 |

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