## 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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The problem with

about strain rate . ... ( 6 ) This provides a method of obtaining the strain rate from

within do do

can ...

The problem with

**equations**as it stands is that it cannot provide any informationabout strain rate . ... ( 6 ) This provides a method of obtaining the strain rate from

within do do

**equation**5 , but to do so requires evaluation or OK , and do де деcan ...

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Considering certain boundary conditions for the solution of

taking two sided Laplace transformation of this

Structures " .

Considering certain boundary conditions for the solution of

**Equation**A , andtaking two sided Laplace transformation of this

**equation**with f = 0 , the following**equation**is obtained : 5. Nevel , D.E. , " Lifting Forces Exerted By Ice OnStructures " .

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... in the deforming hinges located on the ring model . The dynamic response of

the plastic damage for the ring is defined by the Lagrange

2R2 cose [ po - op ( e , t ) ] cos ( + Q ) – sin ( 0 + 0 ) ] d « + loading parameter lė ...

... in the deforming hinges located on the ring model . The dynamic response of

the plastic damage for the ring is defined by the Lagrange

**equation**: Q ( 6 ( t ) ) =2R2 cose [ po - op ( e , t ) ] cos ( + Q ) – sin ( 0 + 0 ) ] d « + loading parameter lė ...

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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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