MECHANICS OF OFFSHORE PIPELINES — BUCKLING AND COLLAPSE
|Author(s)||Stelios Kyriakides, Edmundo Corona|
|D O W N L O A D|
The present volume is dealing with the mechanics of offshore structures, particularly with their buckling and collapse problems. As per the numerous reviews, this is one of the best available materials for the working engineers owing to its very well researched content that covers all required topics in detail.
The book provides engineers with a perfect coverage of this quite complex subject. The author has applied a problem-oriented approach when preparing his book, addressing both classical and newly introduced problems and investigating them through a combination of theoretical analysis and experimental data. Each of the chapters is dealing with a specific problem and the author is analyzing each of the problems independently.
Taking into account the fundamental nature of the problems covered in the volume, they can also apply to the fields other than offshore exploration, for instance the tubes and components in the power plants, various on-shore engineering structures, naval vehicles, maritime structures and many others. The volume will be useful to the offshore designers and engineers engaged in the provision and maintenance of the safe and effective offshore piping arrangements.
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