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DNVGL-RP-F108

Assessment of flaws in pipeline and riser girth welds

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Organization: DNVGL
Publication Date: 1 September 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 94
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The scope of this recommended practice is to describe the S-N and fracture mechanics approaches and how and when these two approaches may be used to meet the fatigue and fracture limit state required in DNVGL-ST- F101.

Document History

DNVGL-RP-F108
September 1, 2019
Assessment of flaws in pipeline and riser girth welds
The scope of this recommended practice is to describe the S-N and fracture mechanics approaches and how and when these two approaches may be used to meet the fatigue and fracture limit state required...
September 1, 2019
Assessment of flaws in pipeline and riser girth welds
The scope of this recommended practice is to describe the S-N and fracture mechanics approaches and how and when these two approaches may be used to meet the fatigue and fracture limit state required...
October 1, 2017
Fracture Control for Pipeline Installation Methods Introducing Cyclic Plastic Strain
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October 1, 2017
Assessment of flaws in pipeline and riser girth welds
The scope of this recommended practice is to describe the S-N and fracture mechanics approaches and how and when these two approaches may be used to meet the fatigue and fracture limit state required...
January 1, 2006
FRACTURE CONTROL FOR PIPELINE INSTALLATIONS METHODS INTRODUCING CYCLIC PLASTIC STRAIN
Scope and application This Recommended Practice considers plastic straining during the installation phase. The plastic straining shall be limited to typical reeling situations (around 3% nominal...

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