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From: Analysis of Stress–Strain State in a Steel Pipe Strengthened With a Composite Wrap
J. Pressure Vessel Technol. 2014;136(5):051202-051202-8. doi:10.1115/1.4027229

Figure Legend:
Equilibrium of a half-cylinder cut from the pipe under the action of the internal pressure

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Figure Legend:
Uniaxial stress–strain diagram of the pipe steel (а) and composite wrap in hoop direction (b)

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Figure Legend:
Steel pipe with a composite wrap under the action of internal pressure

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Figure Legend:
Overall view of the wrapped pipe after the test

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Figure Legend:
Comparison of the test results to the results of the analytical model for the bare pipe (curve 1) and the pipe with a composite wrap
(curve 2)

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Figure Legend:
Finite-element model of the pipe with a composite wrap in soil

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Figure Legend:
Elastoplastic strain–pressure curves for the case ΔTа=а0 (curve 1) and ΔTа=а50а°C (curve 2)

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Figure Legend:
Stress–pressure curves for ΔTа=а0а°C (a) and ΔTа=а50а°C (b)

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Figure Legend:
The relationship between the wrap thickness tw and the strengthening factor Ksw

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Figure Legend:
The relationship between the wrap thickness tw and the hoop strain а2 for the pressure levels pа=а13, 15, and 17аMPa (curves 1, 2,
and 3, correspondingly)

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From: Analysis of Stress–Strain State in a Steel Pipe Strengthened With a Composite Wrap
J. Pressure Vessel Technol. 2014;136(5):051202-051202-8. doi:10.1115/1.4027229

Figure Legend:
The relationship between the wrap thickness tw and the hoop stress in steel pipe (a) and the composite wrap (b) for the pressure
levels pа=а13, 15, and 17аMPa (curves 1, 2, and 3, correspondingly)