## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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4.0 SIMPLIFIED FINITE

4.0 SIMPLIFIED FINITE

**ELEMENT**MODELS Use of a very fine finite**element**mesh is computationally expensive and is ... A mesh using a grid of 3 by 3**elements**with 4**elements**through the thickness was considered in the region of the pit .Page 227

This paper describes results from linear finite -

This paper describes results from linear finite -

**element**analyses performed in support of the project . ... For the analyses , thin shell**elements**were used ; the results were checked against brick**elements**for selected runs .Page 352

By definition , it is associated with the effective cross section of an area of a representative

By definition , it is associated with the effective cross section of an area of a representative

**element**, i.e. FINITE**ELEMENT**MODELLING The constitutive models presented in the previous section are implemented in a finite**element**code ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

MEASUREMENT AND METERING | 1 |

OFFSHORE PIPELINE TECHNOLOGY | 53 |

CODESSTANDARDS AND REGULATIONS | 75 |

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