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A general strength prediction formulation for axially loaded planar and multiplanar tubular joints

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When stressed or deformed most solids limit low-level seismic signals known as acoustic emission/microseismic (AE/MS) activity. In recent years AE/MS techniques have been utilized for stability monitoring of underground structures such as mines, tunnels, natural gas and petroleum storage caverns, radioactive waste repositories, and geothermal reservoirs, as well as surface structures such as foundations, rock and soil slopes, bridge piers and abutments, and dams.The book includes details on such AE/MS related topics such as basic material behavior, stress wave propagation, transducer design and installation, electronic instrumentation, data acquisition and analysis, and signal processing. Consideration is also given to the practical applications of AE/MS techniques to both field and laboratory problems in a wide range of geotechnical areas including those associated with geology, geophysics, and mining, petroleum, and civil engineering.

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Lee, M., (2001) A general strength prediction formulation for axially loaded planar and multiplanar tubular joints Puthli, R. and Herion, S. (eds.) In Tubular Structures IX Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium and Euroconference on Tubular Structures. A.A. Balkema. 608 pp, pp. 185-94.

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Published date: April 2001
Venue - Dates: International Symposium and Euroconference on Tubular Structures, 2001-04-03 - 2001-04-05

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Local EPrints ID: 53956
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/53956
ISBN: 9058091910
PURE UUID: 624752db-4e3c-4616-8375-ebada59acba0

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Date deposited: 25 Jul 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:36

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Author: M. Lee
Editor: R. Puthli
Editor: S. Herion

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