## 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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used to investigate the effect of

drillpipe in air and in a corrosive environment . Table 1 presents a summary of

the number of test specimens and the stress levels used in the test program .

used to investigate the effect of

**mean**stress and stress range on the fatigue life ofdrillpipe in air and in a corrosive environment . Table 1 presents a summary of

the number of test specimens and the stress levels used in the test program .

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Effect of

test data obtained in air was performed to obtain an expression for the effect of

stress range and

regression ...

Effect of

**Mean**Stress and Corrosion A multiple linear regression analysis of thetest data obtained in air was performed to obtain an expression for the effect of

stress range and

**mean**stress on the fatigue life of drillpipe . The**mean**regression ...

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Figure 4 shows that the

other with the air curve giving the longest fatigue lives . This figure also shows the

Figure 4 shows that the

**mean**curves for the two environments are close to eachother with the air curve giving the longest fatigue lives . This figure also shows the

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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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