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Methods of Assessing Integrity of Pipeline Systems with Different Types of Defects

  • Sviatoslav TimashevEmail author
  • Anna Bushinskaya
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Part of the Topics in Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality book series (TSRQ, volume 30)

Abstract

The following leading scientists have made significant contributions to the development of a theoretical base of integrity and probability of failure (reliability) assessment of pipeline systems: A.A. Aladinsky, M. Ahammed, J.A. Beaver, A. Bhatia, V.V. Bolotin, A. Bubenik, F. Caleyo, A.O. Chernyavsky, O.F. Chernyavsky, J. Collins, A.S. Copner, G. Desjardins, A.M. Edwards, A. Francis, A.G. Gumerov, P. Hopkins, O.M. Ivantsov, C.E. Jaske, J. Keifner, V.V. Kharionovsky, V.I. Kharitonov, H.O. Madsen, S. Mahadevan, G.P. Marsh, R.G. Mannapov, N.A. Makhutov, B.I. Miroshnichenko, V.V. Moskvichev, T. Morrison, G.Kh. Murzakhanov, M. Nassim, S.V. Nefedov, A.D. Palmer, M. Philips, J.N.K. Rao, D.H. Richardson, P.R. Stephens, V.N. Syzrantsev, W.A. Thompson Jr., S.A. Timashev, E.S. Vasin, P. Vieth, R. Worthingham, J. Zhou et al.

Keywords

Stress Intensity Factor Residual Strength Pipe Wall Limit State Function Pipeline System 
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  1. 1.Russian Academy of SciencesUral Federal UniversityYekaterinburgRussia

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