The State of Knowledge of Pipe-Soil Interaction for On-Bottom Pipeline Design
- D. J. White (University of Western Australia) | E. C. Clukey (Jukes Group) | M. F. Randolph (University of Western Australia) | N. P. Boylan (Norwegian Geotechnical Inst.) | M. F. Bransby (Fugro AG) | A. Zakeri (BP) | A. J. Hill (BP) | C. Jaeck (Cathie Associates)
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