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Materials - Mechanics | Finite Element Analysis of the Collapse and Post-Collapse Behavior of Steel Pipes: Applications to the Oil Industry

Finite Element Analysis of the Collapse and Post-Collapse Behavior of Steel Pipes: Applications to the Oil Industry

Dvorkin, Eduardo N, Toscano, Rita G.

2013, VII, 98 p. 81 illus., 66 illus. in color.

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  • About this book

  • In-depth modeling guide, for practicing engineers using finite element simulations
  • Addresses problems of thousands of researchers working on numerical methods

This book presents a detailed discussion of the models that were developed to simulate the collapse and post-collapse behavior of steel pipes.

The finite element method offers to engineers the possibility of developing models to simulate the collapse behavior of casings inside oil wells and the collapse behavior of deepwater pipelines. However, if technological decisions are going to be reached from these model results, with implications for the economic success of industrial operations, for the occupational safety and health and for the environment, the engineering models need to be highly reliable. Using these models engineers can quantify the effect of manufacturing tolerances, wear, corrosion, etc. This book describes in great details the experimental programs that are developed to validate the numerical results.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Axial Compression - Axial Tension - Deepwater Pipelines - Oil Well Collapse - Pipe Collapse Strength - Pipe Manufacturing Tolerances - Tubular Steel Products

Related subjects » Civil Engineering - Mechanics - Production & Process Engineering

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