## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2002 - Arctic regions |

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Note also that , in Eq . ( 3 ) , the weight

depends on the existence of the second crack . Now if we calculate the stress

intensity factors involved in Eq . ( 1 ) , K , and Ks , using weight

the ...

Note also that , in Eq . ( 3 ) , the weight

**function**of crack p , mp ( x , a ) , alsodepends on the existence of the second crack . Now if we calculate the stress

intensity factors involved in Eq . ( 1 ) , K , and Ks , using weight

**function**method ,the ...

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2 specimen where so is stress range , Y ( a ) - geometry

length . The geometry

Horizontal and vertical plate Diagonal Plate Out Weld In Out Out u In A 12 | B | 12

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2 specimen where so is stress range , Y ( a ) - geometry

**function**and a is a cracklength . The geometry

**function**consists of various factors influencing AK as :Horizontal and vertical plate Diagonal Plate Out Weld In Out Out u In A 12 | B | 12

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Numerical results are also presented . where No is the number of degrees of

freedom and tā the values of variable

the Nn nodes . The variable

Numerical results are also presented . where No is the number of degrees of

freedom and tā the values of variable

**function**and / or its possible derivatives atthe Nn nodes . The variable

**function**can be a set of ap propriate analytical**functions**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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