Fitness for service : evaluations and non-linear analysis--2002

Fitness for service : evaluations and non-linear analysis--2002

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Annotation Contains 19 papers presented during five of the technical sessions sponsored by the design and analysis committee during the August 2002 conference. The researchers present new developments and methods for the evaluation of service induced damage such as cracking or wall thinning. Among the topics are fitness for purpose assessment of a full encirclement split tee for hot tapping, probabilistic integrity assessment of axial flaw in CANDU pressure tubes, non-linear analysis of anchored tanks subject to equivalent seismic loading, and development of a handbook for the refinery and petrochemical industries. No subject index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR ( 11 OVERVIEW OF API-579 API-579 produces greater accuracy based upon a more accurate defect description and stress distribution. API-579 also introduces plastic collapse as the principal failure criteria deviating from the traditionalanbsp;...

Title:Fitness for service : evaluations and non-linear analysis--2002
Author:Dennis K. Williams, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Pressure Vessels and Piping Division
Publisher: - 2002-01-01


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