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#74187 - 11/18/19 05:53 PM Friction Slip
Michael_Fletcher Offline
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I'd like to know folk's thoughts on the impact of friction slip on stress results and accuracy.

My general opinion is that in real life operating stresses/loads are ameliorated, but sustained loads can be exacerbated.

It also means that the system has a bit of unpredictability inherent to it, and that it helps pipe wander over time.

Your thoughts?


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#74193 - 11/19/19 07:39 PM Re: Friction Slip [Re: Michael_Fletcher]
Bob Zimmerman Offline
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Registered: 12/29/99
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PCL-Gold (FEPipe suite) has an option to consider this phenom and a discussion in the help and/or in the previous update descriptions a few years back.
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