## Proceedings of the ... International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering, Volume 2American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2001 - Arctic regions |

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For a multi - linear S - N model , the mean damage for a

For a multi - linear S - N model , the mean damage for a

**stress**cycle of a non narrow - banded**stress**process , E [ DD ] , is calculated from , ELAD = E. ( 2/2014 , ) " } , ( 26 ) where A is a constant of the sea - state , w , is the ...Page 195

The largest values of the extreme

The largest values of the extreme

**stress**distribution are assumed to follow a Gumbel distribution . Hancock et al 1986 ref [ 8 ] , have found empirically that a Weibull distribution with shape and scale parameters , B and A respectively ...Page 436

The

The

**stress**intensity factor is given by the following equation : ΔK = Δσ Υ ( a ) π.a ( 1 ) ( 2 ) where so is the**stress**range and t is time . In the evaluation of the dynamic**stress**range levels , both the global ( 40 m ) and local ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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