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OUR COVER PHOTO shows examples of separations observed on the fracture surface of a DWTT (top) and FSBT (middle and bottom). The illustration is taken from the paper by Davis et al. which starts on p 313.

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After 17 years of continuous publication, with great sadness we announce that the December, 2018, issue is the last-ever edition of the Journal of Pipeline Engineering.

The JPE is being closed down due to declining readership and other circumstances outside our control.

We are grateful to the readers who have remained with us, and we hope that they have found value in our achievements.

The JPE site will remain online until 31 March, 2019.

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Great Southern Press
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