## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 13, Parts 3-5American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1994 - Arctic regions |

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S - 1 and S - 2 ice are presented in Table 4 . The

temperatures of -10 ° C and -40 ° C . The comparison between

**Calculated**values of Young's modulus and Poisson's ratio for columnar grainedS - 1 and S - 2 ice are presented in Table 4 . The

**calculations**are made fortemperatures of -10 ° C and -40 ° C . The comparison between

**calculated**and ...Page 136

To illustrate this procedure , Slope A will be evaluated . The first step is to

( 414 MPa ) by the crosssectional area of the pipeline , Po is

15587 kN ...

To illustrate this procedure , Slope A will be evaluated . The first step is to

**calculate**the total force Po required to yield the pipeline . Dividing the yield stress( 414 MPa ) by the crosssectional area of the pipeline , Po is

**calculated**to be15587 kN ...

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0.50 * + nao *** " / ( ( n + 1 ) oyS - 1 ) - O m / 2 = 0 ( 10 ) where o * is the non linear

stress , n and A are Ramberg - Osgood curve parameters and Oy the yield stress

. In place of the linear stress , the linearly

0.50 * + nao *** " / ( ( n + 1 ) oyS - 1 ) - O m / 2 = 0 ( 10 ) where o * is the non linear

stress , n and A are Ramberg - Osgood curve parameters and Oy the yield stress

. In place of the linear stress , the linearly

**calculated**bending moment ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

FATIGUE BEHAVIOR AND PREDICTIONS | 129 |

FATIGUE OF TUBULAR JOINTS | 181 |

EVALUATION OF STRESSES AND FATIGUE PERFORMANCE FOR THREADS AND NOTCHES | 221 |

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