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

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10 10 25 30 35 400 1000 1200 15 20 Bonding Moment ( MNm ) 600 800

Force ( KN ) 4a 5a Depth = 42 m Stream IV - Stokes V Taylor 2nd NewWave

Stream Stokes V - Taylor 2nd . . . NowWave 0 5 30 400 1000 1200 10 15 20 25 ...

10 10 25 30 35 400 1000 1200 15 20 Bonding Moment ( MNm ) 600 800

**Shear**Force ( KN ) 4a 5a Depth = 42 m Stream IV - Stokes V Taylor 2nd NewWave

Stream Stokes V - Taylor 2nd . . . NowWave 0 5 30 400 1000 1200 10 15 20 25 ...

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... and Technology Trondheim , Norway Nina Kristin Langhelle Division of

Structural Engineering MARINTEK Trondheim , Norway ABSTRACT The paper

focuses on the behaviour of aluminium plate girders , predominantly loaded in

... and Technology Trondheim , Norway Nina Kristin Langhelle Division of

Structural Engineering MARINTEK Trondheim , Norway ABSTRACT The paper

focuses on the behaviour of aluminium plate girders , predominantly loaded in

**shear**.Page 335

... sum of the

evaluated as PHy = « - B ) ( 14 ) where R ; = klijd fi + Fli ( 7 ) B ; = Minsj i = 1 , . , } (

15 ) and ng is the total number of bays ( deck and jacket ) . The upper bound for ...

... sum of the

**shear**forces in the legs , the**shear**strength of the i - th bay , Ri , isevaluated as PHy = « - B ) ( 14 ) where R ; = klijd fi + Fli ( 7 ) B ; = Minsj i = 1 , . , } (

15 ) and ng is the total number of bays ( deck and jacket ) . The upper bound for ...

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