## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 11, Part 3American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1992 - Arctic regions |

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5 the normalised stress intensity factors for the deepest point of a saddle crack

with different crack depths and a half crack length of c = 69.2 mm are shown . For

this c - value one symmetrical half of the crack extends over four finite

5 the normalised stress intensity factors for the deepest point of a saddle crack

with different crack depths and a half crack length of c = 69.2 mm are shown . For

this c - value one symmetrical half of the crack extends over four finite

**elements**...Page 278

8 a linear stress distribution through the chord wall thickness based on a shell

finite

the Xjoint for axial load where the shell

8 a linear stress distribution through the chord wall thickness based on a shell

finite

**element**model was used . ... 10 shows a detail of the finite**element**model ofthe Xjoint for axial load where the shell

**elements**in the chord - brace transition ...Page 364

A standard mesh with 39 macroelements , 584

degrees of freedom was designed . In order to model the r - 1 / 2 singularity at the

crack tip , singular quarter - point

A standard mesh with 39 macroelements , 584

**elements**, 3057 nodes and 9171degrees of freedom was designed . In order to model the r - 1 / 2 singularity at the

crack tip , singular quarter - point

**elements**were used ( Henshell and Shaw ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

ADVANCES IN STEEL AND WELDING | 65 |

Kapadia Y Adonyi J D Defilippi and W F Domis | 73 |

ThroughThickness Properties of TMCP Steels | 81 |

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analysis applied assessment axial base base metal bending bolt calculated carried chord combined compared complete composite compression concentration considered constant corrosion crack growth curve cycles damage defects depth determined diameter distribution edge effect elastic elements energy Engineering equations estimate experimental failure fatigue crack Figure fracture function geometry hardness heat higher hydrogen increase initial interaction International limit load material mean measured mechanical method mode observed obtained occur Offshore parameters performed pipe plastic plate predictions present pressure probability problems procedure produced properties range ratio reduced reference region Research shown shows solution specimens steel stiffness strain stress intensity factors structures subjected surface Table technique temperature tensile tension thickness thread toughness tubular joints values weld metal yield strength