## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic EngineeringAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1994 - Arctic regions |

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Several case studies of

been documented in the open literature [Every et. al. (1980), Lewis et. al. (1990),

etc.]. Suppression devices have been used sometimes to eliminate or reduce the

...

Several case studies of

**fatigue damage**of marine structures due to VIV havebeen documented in the open literature [Every et. al. (1980), Lewis et. al. (1990),

etc.]. Suppression devices have been used sometimes to eliminate or reduce the

...

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The equation(s) to be solved are -i-£[K"]=0 (8)

relationship between the number of cycles until fatigue failure occurs and the

corresponding stress range S is commonly expressed as NSm=C (10) where m

and C are ...

The equation(s) to be solved are -i-£[K"]=0 (8)

**FATIGUE DAMAGE**Therelationship between the number of cycles until fatigue failure occurs and the

corresponding stress range S is commonly expressed as NSm=C (10) where m

and C are ...

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Madsen, H.O. and L0seth, R.M.,"Extreme Value Distribution and

for Combined Wave and Current Loading", A.S. Veritas Research Report No. 86-

2006, 1986. Melchers, R.E. and Ahammed, M., "Equivalent Linearisation and ...

Madsen, H.O. and L0seth, R.M.,"Extreme Value Distribution and

**Fatigue Damage**for Combined Wave and Current Loading", A.S. Veritas Research Report No. 86-

2006, 1986. Melchers, R.E. and Ahammed, M., "Equivalent Linearisation and ...

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### Contents

OCEAN WAVES AND ENERGY | 1 |

HYDRODYNAMIC FORCES | 45 |

COMPUTATIONAL HYDRODYNAMICS | 91 |

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