## 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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This was the case for both types of loading ;

IPB . The effect of

wall , which increases the capacity of the joint in bending . Compressive load ...

This was the case for both types of loading ;

**tension**and IPB or compression andIPB . The effect of

**tension**is to introduce tensile membrane stress in the chordwall , which increases the capacity of the joint in bending . Compressive load ...

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Dimensionless stress intensity factor (

present results with those from Reibaldi ( 1984 ) and Nord & Chung ( 1984 , 1986

) for a circular crack ( a / b = 1 ) of variable depth a / b ald s / so = 0 1/4 2/4 3/4 ...

Dimensionless stress intensity factor (

**tension**loading ) TABLE 3 . Comparison ofpresent results with those from Reibaldi ( 1984 ) and Nord & Chung ( 1984 , 1986

) for a circular crack ( a / b = 1 ) of variable depth a / b ald s / so = 0 1/4 2/4 3/4 ...

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1 , the relationship between the applied torque T , on nut ( or bolt head ) and the

fastener

1991 ) , The performance of a bolted joint is greatly affected by the clamping force

...

1 , the relationship between the applied torque T , on nut ( or bolt head ) and the

fastener

**tension**F , can be expressed as ( for example , Juvinall and Marshek ,1991 ) , The performance of a bolted joint is greatly affected by the clamping force

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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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