## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 3; Volume 7, Part 3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1988 - Arctic regions |

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The stress time history

the dispersed spectrum and the elevation of the stress wave surface . The

probability distribution of the stress ratio and stress range in the stress time

history found ...

The stress time history

**curve**was established by means of the relation betweenthe dispersed spectrum and the elevation of the stress wave surface . The

probability distribution of the stress ratio and stress range in the stress time

history found ...

Page 362

... fatigue and regular fracture mechanics methods . The method includes ( 1 )

development of equivalent S - N

between the intercept of S - N

fatigue ...

... fatigue and regular fracture mechanics methods . The method includes ( 1 )

development of equivalent S - N

**curves**, ( 2 ) development of a relationshipbetween the intercept of S - N

**curve**and the crack length , and ( 3 ) calculation offatigue ...

Page 363

108 10 ° 1010 Number of Cycles , N Figure 3 Equivalent S - N

Cracked Connector of a Tension Member ... the slope and the intercept of each

equivalent S - N

analysis .

108 10 ° 1010 Number of Cycles , N Figure 3 Equivalent S - N

**Curves**for aCracked Connector of a Tension Member ... the slope and the intercept of each

equivalent S - N

**curve**of Figure 3 are determined using a linear regressionanalysis .

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### Contents

ADVANCED COMPOSITES | 1 |

Optimal Design of Filament Wound Composite Pressure Vessels | 25 |

ADVANCES IN WELDING TECHNOLOGY | 31 |

Copyright | |

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