## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 9, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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Suitable extensions are made to include threshold effects and stress ratio effects in using the two approaches in a fracture mechanics based fatigue

Suitable extensions are made to include threshold effects and stress ratio effects in using the two approaches in a fracture mechanics based fatigue

**crack growth**model . This is the first of the three coordinated papers by the authors ...Page 78

II All detected cracks are repaired, cracks less than 20 mm by grinding and larger cracks by welding. ... P.E. and McCartney,L.N.(1977) : 'Prediction of Fatigue

II All detected cracks are repaired, cracks less than 20 mm by grinding and larger cracks by welding. ... P.E. and McCartney,L.N.(1977) : 'Prediction of Fatigue

**Crack Growth**Rates" Theory, Mechanisms and Experimental Results,' Fatigue ...Page 202

Kinetics of corrosion fatigue

Kinetics of corrosion fatigue

**crack growth**in high strength low-alloy steels in 3. 52 NaCl Aqueous solution. Transactions ISIJ 24, (1984), p. 103S - 1062. Scott, P.M., 1983. Chemistry effects in corrosion fatigue.### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Investigation of the Ergodicity Assumption for Sea States in the Reliability Assessment of Offshore | 1 |

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY PART | 33 |

Extreme Forces on Large AxiSymmetric Offshore Structures in Directional Seas | 49 |

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