## 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

52 k , = 1 - 0 . 4 ( 0 . 954 ) = 0 . 618 7 . Calculate the exposure factor for ice

clearing using

Determine N ...

Calculate the influence of the depth of submergence from

**equation**( 22 ) . - 15 f52 k , = 1 - 0 . 4 ( 0 . 954 ) = 0 . 618 7 . Calculate the exposure factor for ice

clearing using

**equation**( 24 ) . 20 . / 7 . 50 m kg = - = 0 . 782 70 . 0 m 8 .Determine N ...

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( 1 ) RESULTS OF KRAUSZ ON THE PHYSICAL MEANING OF THE PARIS

results on the Physical Meaning of the Paris

of Fracture ...

( 1 ) RESULTS OF KRAUSZ ON THE PHYSICAL MEANING OF THE PARIS

**EQUATION**In 1988 , K . Krausz and A . S . Krausz presented their researchresults on the Physical Meaning of the Paris

**Equation**in the International Journalof Fracture ...

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264 x10 - 21 • exp (( 27 ) kt C = expl _ n = a + anak ( 25 ( 26 ) KT then Eq . ( 24 )

becomes the famous Paris

As known , U and a are microscopic structural parameters of the material , A is ...

264 x10 - 21 • exp (( 27 ) kt C = expl _ n = a + anak ( 25 ( 26 ) KT then Eq . ( 24 )

becomes the famous Paris

**Equation**of fatigue crack growth : dal dN = C ( AK ) "As known , U and a are microscopic structural parameters of the material , A is ...

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