## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 13, Parts 3-5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1994 - Arctic regions |

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A point located at a distance d from an indentor is

velocity . One Intermittent Crushing Event Loading Extrusion Z Figure 4. Plots.

Separation Extrusion Loading thi Test No. 204 Floating Ice Sheet 30 P bh Max .

A point located at a distance d from an indentor is

**assumed**to move at a constantvelocity . One Intermittent Crushing Event Loading Extrusion Z Figure 4. Plots.

Separation Extrusion Loading thi Test No. 204 Floating Ice Sheet 30 P bh Max .

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To model the behaviour of the pipeline under the action of the moving soil , it has

been

any significant vertical bends of the pipeline , in and around the unstable area ...

To model the behaviour of the pipeline under the action of the moving soil , it has

been

**assumed**that the soil - pipe ... This**assumption**is justified by the absence ofany significant vertical bends of the pipeline , in and around the unstable area ...

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Using the geotechnical inputs in Table 2 , and

backfill soil is 17.17 kN / m ?, equation [ 16 ( a ... As the slope length for Slope A

is

landslide ...

Using the geotechnical inputs in Table 2 , and

**assuming**the unit weight of thebackfill soil is 17.17 kN / m ?, equation [ 16 ( a ... As the slope length for Slope A

is

**assumed**to be 100 meters long , the analytical solution predicts that iflandslide ...

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### Contents

FATIGUE BEHAVIOR AND PREDICTIONS | 129 |

FATIGUE OF TUBULAR JOINTS | 181 |

EVALUATION OF STRESSES AND FATIGUE PERFORMANCE FOR THREADS AND NOTCHES | 221 |

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