ISSC Committee III.2 - Fatigue and fracture
Paper in proceedings, 2012

(COMMITTEE MANDATE) Concern for crack initiation and growth under cyclic loading as well as unstable crack propagation and tearing in ship and offshore structures. Due attention shall be paid to practical application and statistical description of fracture control methods in design, fabrication and service. Consideration is to be given to the suitability and uncertainty of physical models.

Unstable Crack Propagation

Materials

Rules and Guidelines

Fracture Mechanics

Multiaxial Fatigue

Damage Control

Inspection and Life Extension

Fatigue

Author

Agnes-Marie Horn

DNV GL AS

Jonas Ringsberg

Chalmers, Shipping and Marine Technology, Division of Marine Design

Shuji Aihara

University of Tokyo

Michael Andersen

Rambøll Denmark

Marco Biot

University of Trieste

Berend Bohlmann

University of Kiel

Jeroen van der Cammen

Bluewater Energy Services

Byung Ki Choi

University of Ulsan

Yordan Garbatov

University of Lisbon

Brajendra Mishra

Colorado School of Mines

Xudong Qian

National University of Singapore (NUS)

Heikki Remes

Aalto University

Asokendu Samanta

Indian Register of Shipping

Deyu Wang

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Shengming Zhang

Lloyd's Register

Proceedings of The 18th International Ship and Offshore Structures Congress (ISSC 2012)

Vol. 1 365-434

The 18th International Ship and Offshore Structures Congress (ISSC 2012)
Rostock, Germany,

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