## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 18, Part 5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1999 - Arctic regions |

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Root Section : . it is cold from the

Material Properties 1 . Determine the exponent " b " for use with ice calculations .

To do this , obtain a fatigue resistance curve for the blade material in question .

Root Section : . it is cold from the

**cycles**; de efer to Roou C . Determination ofMaterial Properties 1 . Determine the exponent " b " for use with ice calculations .

To do this , obtain a fatigue resistance curve for the blade material in question .

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In terms of dislocation dynamics , the amount of crack propagation during one

stress

of the Burgers vector and the number of dislocations from the stressed source of ...

In terms of dislocation dynamics , the amount of crack propagation during one

stress

**cycle**is controlled by the blunting displacement that is equal to the productof the Burgers vector and the number of dislocations from the stressed source of ...

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606x10ml

analytic expression for fatigue crack growth rate . In a given test condition , they

take the form of Paris Equation , that is , Paris Equation is well defined by Eq . (

20 ) ...

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**cycle**. It can be seen that Eq . ( 20 ) or ( 24 ) represents a universalanalytic expression for fatigue crack growth rate . In a given test condition , they

take the form of Paris Equation , that is , Paris Equation is well defined by Eq . (

20 ) ...

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OMAE99PA1103 | 209 |

OMAE99PA1154 | 267 |

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