## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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**crack**is detected or if corrosion**depth**exceeds the repair criteria further investigations will be made and / or the detail will be repaired . A new FDF / CDF will then be determined and the procedure will proceed with point 2 .Page 112

Vita ) F , ( a / c , a / t ) +06 V ( ta ) Fb ( a / c , a / t ) ( 2 ) ) Obv where o , is the tension component of the stress and ob is the bending component of the stress ; a is the

Vita ) F , ( a / c , a / t ) +06 V ( ta ) Fb ( a / c , a / t ) ( 2 ) ) Obv where o , is the tension component of the stress and ob is the bending component of the stress ; a is the

**crack depth**, c is the half surface crack length on the ...Page 115

Table 1 - Crack Growth Rate Laws for Bounding Data , from Fig . 1 Description da / dN law ( da / dN in mm ... The effect of the crack shape , a / 2c is important as well as the

Table 1 - Crack Growth Rate Laws for Bounding Data , from Fig . 1 Description da / dN law ( da / dN in mm ... The effect of the crack shape , a / 2c is important as well as the

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