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Title: A novel model for prediction of crack propagation in gas transmission pipelines
Category: Technical papers from Pipes & Pipelines International
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Catalog No.: 2385s
Date of Publication: 2016-09-01
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: Dr Hadi Mohammadi
Abstract: IN THIS STUDY, a numerical model for the fracture analysis of gas pipelines is developed. We propose a novel model for analysis of slow and fast rates of fatigue-crack propagation. The boundary- element method – by taking the displacement-correlation techniques – is implemented to compute the stress- intensity factor for an existing crack. The proposed model is based on the non- linear finite-element method as a strong computational tool which can be used for fracture and fatigue analyses in gas pipelines. A Fortran-based finite-element in-house code has been developed and is used in this study.
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