## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 9, Part 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1990 - Arctic regions |

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collapse loads

collapse loads

**computed**by simple von Mises plasticity fall in between those**computed**by Prevost ( 1980 ) Although , theoretically , the constitutive behaviour should not affect the predicted ultimate collapse loads , there seems to be ...Page 121

In order to

In order to

**compute**the transformation , equations ( 29 ) and ( 30 ) are replaced by central difference formulae ... ( 86 ) The components of the metric tensor gx are**computed**at points i , j using centered difference expressions for the ...Page 280

It is found that the SED criterion predicts Bm = 90 ° , while the MTS criterion

It is found that the SED criterion predicts Bm = 90 ° , while the MTS criterion

**computed**from the exact solution also predicts Bm close to 90 ° . The MTS criterion**computed**from a two - term approximation gives Bm = 60 ° to 70 ° .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

OFFSHORE TECHNOLOGY PART | 3 |

ARCTIC STRUCTURES AND OPERATIONS II | 31 |

Arctic and Antarctic Development | 39 |

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