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

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The other problem that can alter the original K expression is the

weld root itself . The root would normally have a convex

of the crack depth . For the geometry of the ID pipe weld BS 7910 did not have a

Mk ...

The other problem that can alter the original K expression is the

**shape**of theweld root itself . The root would normally have a convex

**shape**. MK is a functionof the crack depth . For the geometry of the ID pipe weld BS 7910 did not have a

Mk ...

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Figure 5 summarizes the 200 - year result envelope

acceleration response spectra for the three basic earthquake sources considered

and their vertical acceleration response spectra . Figure 7 shows the results ...

Figure 5 summarizes the 200 - year result envelope

**shape**of the mean horizontalacceleration response spectra for the three basic earthquake sources considered

and their vertical acceleration response spectra . Figure 7 shows the results ...

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The Weibull model has been adopted by several authors with different value of

the

1981 ) and Fujimoto and Swilem , ( 1992 ) ) where a is the crack size , N is the ...

The Weibull model has been adopted by several authors with different value of

the

**shape**parameter as for example Itagaki and Yamamoto , ( 1977 ) , Yang , (1981 ) and Fujimoto and Swilem , ( 1992 ) ) where a is the crack size , N is the ...

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