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Title: Approaches for determining limit load and reference stress for circumferential embedded flaws in pipe girth welds
Category: Technical papers from the Journal of Pipeline Engineering
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Catalog No.: 2172s
Date of Publication: Sep 1 2009 12:00AM
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: Mohamad J Cheaitani
Abstract: THIS PAPER (presented at the Pipeline Technology Conference held in Ostend, Belgium, on 12-14 October, 2009) provides an evaluation of approaches for determining limit load (and equivalent reference stress) for use in failure-assessment diagram (FAD)-based fracture assessment of circumferential embedded flaws in pipe girth welds. Three-dimensional elastic plastic finite-element analyses have been conducted on pipe models containing typical circumferential embedded flaws and subject to global bending loads. ‘J-based’ limit loads (and equivalent reference stresses) and global collapse limit loads have been determined from the finite-element analyses and used to evaluate existing standard flat-plate solutions, including those in BS 7910 and R6. A general approach for determining the limit load (and the equivalent reference stress) is presented. This approach is consistent with both the finite-element results and reference stress J-estimation scheme and, consequently, allows the development of improved assessment models.

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