Analysis of pipeline fracture by fast crack propagation
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An analysis is presented of the influence of wave processes in gases and in a pipeline wall on extended fracture by fast crack propagation. The influence of design and technological parameters of the pipeline and of the pipe metal fracture toughness on the extent of fracture is shown.
KeywordsFracture Toughness Pipe Wall Crack Velocity Crack Propagation Rate Crack Mouth
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