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

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E + 00 D / t = 30 Closed Form Approximate

can provide Sco ( i = 1 ) = 1 . 0 and rewrite Sco " ( i = 1 as Sco ” , then a closed

form

E + 00 D / t = 30 Closed Form Approximate

**Solution**As mentioned above , wecan provide Sco ( i = 1 ) = 1 . 0 and rewrite Sco " ( i = 1 as Sco ” , then a closed

form

**solution**can be obtained as Eq . ( 19 ) , which turns to be an accurate ...Page 373

This

time - element

current algorithm which has the displacements of L - 2 stages as unknowns .

This

**solution**system is smaller than the**solution**system of the timeelement bytime - element

**solution**algorithm and the first incremental step**solution**of thecurrent algorithm which has the displacements of L - 2 stages as unknowns .

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Generally , use of the 2D - My

crack growth , both in the depth and length directions . It has to be borne in mind

that these over - predictions were based on a C value that is below the mean ...

Generally , use of the 2D - My

**solution**still significantly overestimated the actualcrack growth , both in the depth and length directions . It has to be borne in mind

that these over - predictions were based on a C value that is below the mean ...

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