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Determination of Conditional Probability of Dynamic Ductile Axial Crack Arrest for Conventionally-Rolled, Lower-Toughness Linepipe Materials

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David L. Rudland

Gery M. Wilkowski

Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus 3518 Riverside Dr, Suite 202 Columbus, OH 43221

Shinobu Kawaguchi, Naoto Hagiwara

Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., Pipeline Technology Center 1-7-7, Suehiro-cho, Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama, Japan, 230-0045

J. Pressure Vessel Technol 127(2), 143-150 (May 27, 2005) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1858924 History: Received March 16, 2004; Revised November 22, 2004; Online May 27, 2005
Copyright © 2005 by ASME
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Interaction between decompression and fracture velocity curves shown schematically
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Increase in required Charpy energy as a function of crack propagation length, data from Ref. 7 (for 762 mm {30 in} diameter, backfilled pipe)
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Predicted versus actual Charpy from full-scale experiments
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Uncertainty in the predicted arrest toughness using the simplified Battelle equations
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Actual versus predicted CVNmax/CVNreq illustrating uncertainty
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Crack length at arrest versus Charpy toughness for non-steady-state fracture
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PDF for CVNmax/CVNreq for crack propagation length at arrest equal to 12 m for a 762 mm (30 in.) diameter pipe
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Flowchart illustrating steps in probabilistic model
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CVN distribution examples
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Conditional probability of crack arrest with a crack length greater than one pipe joint
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Conditional probability of arrest illustrating the difference between a crack initiating at the center and end of a joint

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