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Response of a Strand to Axial and Torsional Displacements
Taking advantage of geometric considerations the authors give explicit expressions for the determination of axial force, bending and twisting moments in the helical wires, and for the axial force andExpand
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Prediction for Crack Propagation and Arrest of Shear Fracture in Ultra-high Pressure Natural Gas Pipelines
Prevention of shear fracture in the natural gas pipelines is one of the most important problems for the safety of the natural gas transportation. The present paper gives a prediction method for theExpand
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Ring rolling process simulation by the three dimensional finite element method
Abstract The finite element code “RING” was developed for the analysis of ring rolling. A special feature of the program is the updating procedure in three-dimensional deformation. A spatially fixedExpand
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Natural Gas Decompression Behavior in High Pressure Pipelines
This paper gives the analysis in the natural gas decompression behavior in pipelines as one of the important items for predicting the fracture safety of latest high-pressure natural gas transmission.Expand
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Response of epoxy oversized models of strands to axial and torsional loads
As part of an extensive investigation on strand and cable properties, epoxy oversized models of strands have been manufactured using a newly developed technique. Axial and torsional loadings haveExpand
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Thickness Effect Criterion for Fatigue Strength Evaluation of Welded Steel Structures
From a practical point of view, some measures to reduce the thickness effect backed by a reasonable criterion are required for fabricating structures with heavy section plates. In this study, theExpand
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Definition of Hot Spot Stress in Welded Structure for Fatigue Assessment (3rd Report)
In designing a large marine structures, assessment of fatigue strength is one of major design considerations. In the evaluation of fatigue strength of weld toes, it is important to analyze fatigueExpand
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Thickness Effect Criterion for Fatigue Evaluation of Welded Steel Structures
In this study, the thickness effect was investigated by systematic experiments on welded steel joints with thicknesses ranging from 10 to 80 mm. Cruciform joints and Tee joints with improved weld byExpand
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In previous reports, a simple fracture mechanics concept has been successfully applied to the analysis of the experimental results of several kinds of brittle crack arrester using medium sizeExpand
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