Overbend

O`ver`bend´


v. t.1.To bend to excess.
v. i.1.To bend over.
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5D) bend about 29 feet from the entry point, followed by a 141-foot straight section, an overbend ending with a downward pitch of 18[degrees], and a 100-foot straight section, where the inspection route ended with a stinger running through the center of the pipe.
Overbending requires knowledge of how many degrees one must overbend.
Lewis noted that Submar's three-man dive team was responsible for establishing the length of the pipeline exposure, which proved to be about 90 feet from the overbend of the pipe projecting into the water.
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For example, a complex overbend form die which could previously take 10 hours to modify now takes 30 minutes.
However, both sagbend and overbend stresses can be controlled by manipulating the tension, forward pushing of the vessel and use pf stinger type/geometry.
In areas of overbends or under bends in the pipeline, the fluid dynamics can promote the settling of particles where they would otherwise be carried safely through the pipe.