## 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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N = - N. ( exp ( H ( X - X ) ) - 1 ) ( 9 ) program to compute the time dependent strains generated in each element over a

N = - N. ( exp ( H ( X - X ) ) - 1 ) ( 9 ) program to compute the time dependent strains generated in each element over a

**given**time step . In the case of plane stress conditions , the relationship between delayed elastic strain ...Page 218

**Given**the high percentage reinforcement of sand ( ~ 80 % by weight ) the ice for the most part could only fill in the ... of , hereafter , at which each beam broke ( as calculated by simple beam theory ) is**given**in table 3.Page 277

Note that the values of the elastic constants

Note that the values of the elastic constants

**given**above are for the temperature of -16 ° C , as**given**in Gammon et al . ( 1983 ) . Maximum Principal Tensile Stress Criterion The asymptotic distribution of the tangential and shear ...### 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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