## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 14, Part 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1995 - Arctic regions |

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equal to the corresponding mean value ( see

equal to the corresponding mean value ( see

**Table**1 ) . Consider now the reset stress Sr equal to zero . This means from Eq . ( 9 ) that we neglets all stress sequence effects : Eq . ( 1 ) is then used to compute the fatigue crack ...Page 290

The 10 , 100 and 200 year return period angular responses are also obtained from Eq . ( 7 ) and are listed in

The 10 , 100 and 200 year return period angular responses are also obtained from Eq . ( 7 ) and are listed in

**Table**4. It must be noted that the 10 year return period negative top angle response is , in fact , non - negative . relative ...Page 322

**Table**5 - Comparison with the Present Practice Cases 2 3 5 1 Present - 2 4 2 27 13 Ri ( m ) t ( mo ) ( mm ) 34 18 34 17.9 25 Flange Yield - MOD ! Flange Yield -0.05 % ! Place Yeld - MOD Plate yield -0.05 % ! Tripping Interi .### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Application to the Spanish | 25 |

PROBABILISTIC RESPONSE OF MARINE STRUCTURES | 79 |

Numerical Simulation of the WaveInduced NonLinear Bending Moment of Ships | 147 |

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