## 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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exp ( - H - oak

stress intensity range AK after analyzing the collected test data of fatigue crack

growth ( Paris and Erdogan , 1963 ) : da ( AK ) ( 1 ) dN M Thenceforth , a great ...

exp ( - H - oak

**represent**the fatigue crack growth rate dal dN as a function of thestress intensity range AK after analyzing the collected test data of fatigue crack

growth ( Paris and Erdogan , 1963 ) : da ( AK ) ( 1 ) dN M Thenceforth , a great ...

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... shear modulus and shear stress respectively ; to a constant that

stress required to give v = V0 = 10-2 m ... the following form ( Rice , 1992 ) : Tg =

AK / € 1 / 2 where E is a constant

... shear modulus and shear stress respectively ; to a constant that

**represents**thestress required to give v = V0 = 10-2 m ... the following form ( Rice , 1992 ) : Tg =

AK / € 1 / 2 where E is a constant

**representing**the displacement under average ...Page 350

The data

sets of A and B will be used in the subsequent analysis , i.e. , from Eqs . ( 5 ) and (

13 )

The data

**represent**neutrally stratified conditions . ... Thus mainly two differentsets of A and B will be used in the subsequent analysis , i.e. , from Eqs . ( 5 ) and (

13 )

**representing**values based on atmospheric and oceanic data , respectively .### What people are saying - Write a review

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OMAE99PA1135 | 19 |

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PROPELLERICE INTERACTION | 53 |

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