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Crack Growth Behavior of Pipeline Steels under Variable Pressure Fluctuations in a Near-Neutral pH EnvironmentDownload
This research aims at understanding the crack propagation behavior of pipeline steels under variable pressure fluctuations in a near-neutral pH environment. Although pressure fluctuations have been recognized as the driving force for crack growth for more than two decades, the mechanisms...
Fatigue Crack Growth Behaviour in Pipeline Steels under Mean Load Pressure Fluctuation in Near-Neutral pH EnvironmentDownload
This research aimed to understand the effect of mean load pressure fluctuations on crack growth in near-neutral pH (NNpH) environment. This work contributes to a larger effort to develop a crack growth predictive model based on variable amplitude loading. The motivation for this study is that...
This research is aimed at understanding near-neutral pH SCC initiation under disbonded coatings of pipeline steels, and the effect of different environmental and operational factors on crack initiation. Understanding near-neutral pH stress corrosion cracking (SCC) could answer many of the...
The effective layout of pipelines for mass transportation of oil/gas is a major area of research in the present world. Due to fracture of pipelines, long-lasting and catastrophic hazards may be initiated. Hence, study of dynamic fracture of pipeline steel (PS) is a major research topic in...