## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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For R = 0 loadings the

For R = 0 loadings the

**mean**stresses are assumed to be the**mean**nominal principal stress and they do not relax . Results for this analysis are shown in Fig . 3. An order of magnitude difference in life is noted for in - phase and out ...Page 280

Discussion ( a ) Reliability and Statistical Effects All the methods of predicting the fatigue limits aim to calculate the

Discussion ( a ) Reliability and Statistical Effects All the methods of predicting the fatigue limits aim to calculate the

**mean**fatigue limit , including Shigley's since kc has been set to unity . The statistical nature of fatigue**means**...Page 422

in tension significantly changes either the

in tension significantly changes either the

**mean**S - N curve or its standard deviation ( compare S - N curve 13 and 12 with 11 ( for N3 ) ) . Further , as was established in the preceeding section , the scatter in all the data ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

ADVANCED COMPOSITES | 1 |

The Use of GRP Materials in Platform Topsides Construction and the Regulatory Implications | 15 |

Low Cost Manufactruring Technology for FireResistant Phenolic Matrix Composites | 21 |

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