## 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

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 ...

where o , is the

**tension**component of the stress and on is the bendingcomponent 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 314

The large deviation may probably be attributed to

Similar to the 200 °C simulation , a significant part of the

in the flanges in the simulations , whereas this beneficial effect seems to be ...

The large deviation may probably be attributed to

**tension**field discrepancies .Similar to the 200 °C simulation , a significant part of the

**tension**field is anchoredin the flanges in the simulations , whereas this beneficial effect seems to be ...

Page 396

A comparison of time series show that dynamic

motion and quasi - static

resulting dynamic

...

A comparison of time series show that dynamic

**tension**is out of phase with topmotion and quasi - static

**tension**, as the amplitude of line motions , and theresulting dynamic

**tension**are controlled by drag forces along the line . However...

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