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Soil settlement and pipeline displacement
16-02-2012, 12:29 PM,
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RE: Soil settlement and pipeline displacement
(10-02-2012, 01:22 PM)peipei Wrote: Questions
- In the third case with a 24 m length, why the U-Z could be larger than the SUBZMAX? The pipe could either completely follow the soil or rigid enough move less than de soil. What is the physical meaning if ∆P>∆S?

Regarding your first question:
You should draw the applied settlement loads (SETLZ*F). These loads can be found in Function 5 (pipeline behaviour) under additional output tables: S-LOAD or 'Applied settlement loads'.


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RE: Soil settlement and pipeline displacement - by ir. M. Lammers - 16-02-2012, 12:29 PM

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