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

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3 , where the crack length , normalized by pipe thickness , versus life in years , is plotted for different

3 , where the crack length , normalized by pipe thickness , versus life in years , is plotted for different

**initial**crack depths . Crack Growth Rate The comparison of all of these data sets was made to try to determine an optimum crack ...Page 114

Of the four crack growth rate laws used in the comparison of variables , Law I was a fictitious law that was used initially to conduct many of the comparisons . Since many of the

Of the four crack growth rate laws used in the comparison of variables , Law I was a fictitious law that was used initially to conduct many of the comparisons . Since many of the

**initial**comparisons were made using this law , it is ...Page 115

Since it is impossible to show that the ID of an SCR is free of a defect , an

Since it is impossible to show that the ID of an SCR is free of a defect , an

**initial**pre - existing defect should be assumed and the fatigue life based only on crack propagation . The two most important variables that emerged from ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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