## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 4; Volume 8, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1989 - Arctic regions |

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In the smeared approach the

normal local

the global coordinate system ( de Borst and Nauta , 1985 ) Softening in

In the smeared approach the

**crack**opening displacement is replaced by anormal local

**crack**strain enn and the**crack**sliding ... the local**crack**strains intothe global coordinate system ( de Borst and Nauta , 1985 ) Softening in

**cracking**.Page 57

ğ uğñas ( nõeñas where the Heaviside function hõ , ño ) is defined by Hỡ , " p ) -

Hong ) ( 12 ) 2.2 Strain Tensor ĉc * due to the

ğ uğñas ( nõeñas where the Heaviside function hõ , ño ) is defined by Hỡ , " p ) -

Hong ) ( 12 ) 2.2 Strain Tensor ĉc * due to the

**Cracks**in a Body with a Parallel**Crack**Field A body with several penny - shaped**cracks**whose normals to the**crack**...Page 58

101 of ; : * ( 13 ) * or * c * ij - ( 18 ) Pijkl ok1 * where oi is the ij'th component of q *

in the

the

...

101 of ; : * ( 13 ) * or * c * ij - ( 18 ) Pijkl ok1 * where oi is the ij'th component of q *

in the

**crack**coordinate system . In terms of Expression ( 13 ) , the unit normal tothe

**crack**surface is where S is the fourth - order compliance tensor describing the...

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### Contents

OFFSHORE MECHANICS | 1 |

ICE FORCES | 11 |

MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY | 24 |

Copyright | |

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