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Modern pipe material systems are based on ceramics, plastic polymers or metal alloys. All of these are brittle and can be irreversibly damaged by mechanical stress and crack growth. Pipe materials must be designed to withstand these loads without irreversible damage. This is where the ceramics come in. For ceramics, a tough outer coating can be used to manage damage to the ceramic core. However, this is not a good solution for pipe material, since these crack growths are often also found in the outer layer and cause...

The fracture mechanics approach examines the integrity of a pipe by examining the interaction of the applied loads with the material composition and structure. The material failure of a pipe can be predicted using two different fracture mechanics approaches: the fracture mechanics approach, where the strain energy release rate in a material is examined and the plasticity approach, where the stress intensity factors and the crack propagation are analyzed. In this paper, it is shown that the fracture mechanics approach is widely used and accepted for predicting the rupture of pipe materials. However, the plasticity approach, which is based on a stress-strain relationship, is more...

For pipe applications, catastrophic failure due to crack growth has to be preventedby all means. Techniques to develop new and even tougher pipe materials are exploredin this contribution. The aim is to create a multi-layer architecture, that exhibits hightoughness as well as damage tolerance towards sharp notches. This can be achieved by utilizing the best of the different materials available today. Ceramics, metallic alloys or plastic polymers can be used for this purpose. This contribution will focus on the use of ceramics, which are generally already present in the application under consideration. Ceramics have been used for pipe material for decades and are well established in the industries...

Theories to predict the behavior of materials are developed, and studies of the effects of the environment are conducted. However, the practical use of these theories is not easy. Many materials in pipeline applications are very difficult to test in the lab, or they require very expensive and complicated experiments. Geometrical modeling is a good alternative. In this contribution, a method to calculate stresses and strains in pipeline structures that has been developed at the university of Graz, Austria (see for example Geometers Sketchpad ), will be presented. This tool has been used to study the effects of various configurations of notch radii. 827ec27edc


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