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Stress State Distributions in Thick-walled Pressurised Tubes under Creep Loading

  • B. J. Cane

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Creep Strain Equivalent Stress Hoop Stress Pressurise Tube Minimum Creep Rate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • B. J. Cane
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  1. 1.ERA Technology LtdLeatherhead, SurreyUK

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