## 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

k4 =1-0.4(0.954) = 0.618 7. Calculate the exposure factor for ice clearing using

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Calculate the influence of the depth of submergence from

**equation**(22). -1S/S2 :.k4 =1-0.4(0.954) = 0.618 7. Calculate the exposure factor for ice clearing using

**equation**(24). 20J7.50 m k, = — =0.782 ' 70.0 m 8 . Determine Nam, from Table 3...

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Hence, the following

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

material constants for a given test condition. Paris

Hence, the following

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

**Equation**, in which C and n arematerial constants for a given test condition. Paris

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

At/, da/dN = ^-(AK) « exp(-^) (24) kT Now define: c=Aexp(^, (25) , kcc n=k + — kT (

26) then Eq.(24) becomes the famous Paris

dN=C(AK)n As known, U and (X are microscopic structural parameters of the ...

At/, da/dN = ^-(AK) « exp(-^) (24) kT Now define: c=Aexp(^, (25) , kcc n=k + — kT (

26) then Eq.(24) becomes the famous Paris

**Equation**of fatigue crack growth: daldN=C(AK)n As known, U and (X are microscopic structural parameters of the ...

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### Contents

SHIP NAVIGATION IN | 307 |

Estimation of Extreme Heights of Wind Waves in the Arctic | 327 |

Air and Water Drag on Sea Ice From Similarity Theory | 347 |

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