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

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where o , is the tension component of the stress and on is the bending

component of the stress ; a is the crack depth , c is the half surface crack length

on the ID of the pipe and t is pipe wall thickness ; and F , and Fo are the

factors for ...

where o , is the tension component of the stress and on is the bending

component of the stress ; a is the crack depth , c is the half surface crack length

on the ID of the pipe and t is pipe wall thickness ; and F , and Fo are the

**geometry**factors for ...

Page 119

In doing so the test not only demonstrates that the material and

adequate but also provides some confirmation of the workmanship levels of the

welded joints . However , over recent years the value of the hydrostatic test has

been ...

In doing so the test not only demonstrates that the material and

**geometry**areadequate but also provides some confirmation of the workmanship levels of the

welded joints . However , over recent years the value of the hydrostatic test has

been ...

Page 193

... Y ( a )

Corrosion rate Corrosion factor Time Ship structures , especially bulk carriers ,

are very complex in

details ...

... Y ( a )

**Geometry**factor Stress cycles G ( a ) Stress threshold factor ThicknessCorrosion rate Corrosion factor Time Ship structures , especially bulk carriers ,

are very complex in

**geometry**and fabrication with many different structuraldetails ...

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