The Collapse Mechanics of Polymer and Composite Liners

 

Rehabilitation # 2001 Munich

This paper considers the collapse of liners confined within rigid pipes and recommends design equations top avoid this effect. Two and three-dimensional aspects of the problem are examined. The onset of unstable collapse is well-described by the critical pressure predicted from analytical models and is essentially an elastic phenomenon.

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