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

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Figure 2 : Maximum Von Mises stress along the riser ( TLP in 350m water depth ] 800 Fatique

Figure 2 : Maximum Von Mises stress along the riser ( TLP in 350m water depth ] 800 Fatique

**Limit**State It is found that the critical cross - sections for fatigue are around MWL and touch down area . The fatigue is critical at MWL due ...Page 173

As is the cross - sectional area of each element MA SAGGING Mu С HOGGING In order to maintain overall equilibrium of the structure beyond the proportional

As is the cross - sectional area of each element MA SAGGING Mu С HOGGING In order to maintain overall equilibrium of the structure beyond the proportional

**limit**as the curvature is increased the position of the neutral axis must be ...Page 228

Consider now a specific structural

Consider now a specific structural

**limit**state for a given structural segment containing 1 " elements ” such as rebars or tendons . Define a**limit**state function ( Isf ) g , involving a set of random variables such as load and ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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