## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 11, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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Using simple elastic beam theory , the vertical loads necessary to induce the

initial crack and the hinge cracks were

forces on a cone can be computed using a model

...

Using simple elastic beam theory , the vertical loads necessary to induce the

initial crack and the hinge cracks were

**given**by Croasdale as : Ridge ride - upforces on a cone can be computed using a model

**given**by Winkler and Nordgren...

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The average unit skin friction f that contributes to the resistance against uplift

between L = L , to L = Ly can be expressed as : locul ) - lol - , ) ( 8 ) AD ( L2 - L , )

For any

The average unit skin friction f that contributes to the resistance against uplift

between L = L , to L = Ly can be expressed as : locul ) - lol - , ) ( 8 ) AD ( L2 - L , )

For any

**given**test series , using the theoretical values of K , shown in Figure 2 ...Page 410

The allowable fiber stresses and strength are

Institute of Timber Construction , 1974 ) : Compressive stress parallel to grain =

1500 psi Compressive stress perpendicular to grain = 385 – 450 psi Tensile

stress ...

The allowable fiber stresses and strength are

**given**as follows ( AmericanInstitute of Timber Construction , 1974 ) : Compressive stress parallel to grain =

1500 psi Compressive stress perpendicular to grain = 385 – 450 psi Tensile

stress ...

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### Contents

ICEENVIRONMENT STATISTICS | 1 |

Probabilistic Modeling of Material Strength CodesStandards and Regulations | 21 |

ARCTIC OPERATIONS AND STRUCTURES | 27 |

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