## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 4American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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The variation of the water mass flux flowing along the cylinder surface is therefore

mass flux : 1b : wR - OR = S = 1 where S = ( 3 ) - LE dm = ( wcosa – Mp ) R da

and ...

The variation of the water mass flux flowing along the cylinder surface is therefore

**determined**by the difference between the impinging rain flux and the freezingmass flux : 1b : wR - OR = S = 1 where S = ( 3 ) - LE dm = ( wcosa – Mp ) R da

and ...

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Over time the PoF and hence risk increase and the time for inspection is

acceptance limit is shown in Table 6 . PoF : Risk inspection initiation levels (

example ) ...

Over time the PoF and hence risk increase and the time for inspection is

**determined**as the time when the risk exceeds the acceptance limit . An exampleacceptance limit is shown in Table 6 . PoF : Risk inspection initiation levels (

example ) ...

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The fracture mechanics parameters may be

plastic J - integral contributions . The elastic J is

intensity factors , the plastic J is calculated incrementally from the incremental ...

The fracture mechanics parameters may be

**determined**by means of elastic andplastic J - integral contributions . The elastic J is

**determined**directly from stressintensity factors , the plastic J is calculated incrementally from the incremental ...

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