## 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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Calculate the influence of the depth of submergence from

952 k , = 1-0.4 ( 0.954 ) = 0.618 7. Calculate the exposure factor for ice clearing

using

partial ...

Calculate the influence of the depth of submergence from

**equation**( 22 ) . -15952 k , = 1-0.4 ( 0.954 ) = 0.618 7. Calculate the exposure factor for ice clearing

using

**equation**( 24 ) . Fe = 83 400 Nm 20./7.50 m 6. Determine appropriatepartial ...

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Hence , the following

= C ( AK ) " ( 2 ) This is called later Paris Crack Growth

n are material constants for a given test condition . Paris

Hence , the following

**equation**is proposed based on the work from Paris : dal dN= C ( AK ) " ( 2 ) This is called later Paris Crack Growth

**Equation**, in which C andn are material constants for a given test condition . Paris

**Equation**describes in ...Page 112

The above theoretical derivation proves that the Paris

deep connotation but also evident physical meaning , it in fact reflects the inner

cause of fatigue crack propagation . dal dN = 1.035x10-28 ( AK ) 2.7196 ( 28 ) At

AK ...

The above theoretical derivation proves that the Paris

**Equation**has not onlydeep connotation but also evident physical meaning , it in fact reflects the inner

cause of fatigue crack propagation . dal dN = 1.035x10-28 ( AK ) 2.7196 ( 28 ) At

AK ...

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