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

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Curvature is applied incrementally and at each small increase element

stresses and the hull bending moment ... At each increase of curvature the

in each element , & , can be calculated . where & is the

is ...

Curvature is applied incrementally and at each small increase element

**strains**,stresses and the hull bending moment ... At each increase of curvature the

**strain**in each element , & , can be calculated . where & is the

**strain**in each element Cis ...

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Stress -

Table 3 The ... reached at a decreasing

phase prior to fracture . This property tends to cause localisation of

Stress -

**strain**curves are shown in Figure 2 . Key figures are given in Table 2 andTable 3 The ... reached at a decreasing

**strain**level followed by a long softeningphase prior to fracture . This property tends to cause localisation of

**strains**in a ...Page 351

... of VLFS by using so - called FEM - Aided Smith ' s Method . Stress -

curves of rectangular panels , which are used in Smith ' s method , are obtained

from numerical database based on finite element method considering large

deflection ...

... of VLFS by using so - called FEM - Aided Smith ' s Method . Stress -

**strain**curves of rectangular panels , which are used in Smith ' s method , are obtained

from numerical database based on finite element method considering large

deflection ...

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