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1. INTRODUCTION
2. STATE OF THE ART OF LIFE PREDICTION METHODS
2.1 Low-cycle, High-cycle and Ultra-high-cycle Approaches
2.2 Cumulative Fatigue Damage based on S-N Curves
2.2.1 Nominal Stress Approach
2.2.2 Structural Stress Approach
2.2.3 Effective Notch Stress Approach
2.3 Notch Strain Approach (Initiation Phase)
2.4 Fracture Mechanics Approach (Propagation Phase)
2.4.1 Crack Growth Rate Models
2.4.3 Unstable Crack Propagation
2.5 Fracture Mechanics Evaluation for Strains larger than 0.5 %
2.6 Relation ship between S-N and Fracture Mechanics Approaches
3. PROBABILISTIC APPROACHES AND MULITIAXIAL FATIGUE
3.1 Probabilistic Approach
3.1.1 Probabilistic S-N Approach
3.1.2 Probabilistic Fracture Mechanics Approach
3.2 Multiaxial fatigue
4. FACTORS INFLUENCING FATIGUE
4.1 Residual and Mean Stress Effect
4.1.1 Fracture Mechanics-Based Approach
4.1.2 S-N based Approach
4.2 Effect of Load Sequences
4.3 Thickness and Size Effect
4.4 Effect of Corrosive Environment and Temperature
4.5 Design
4.6 Fabrication
4.7 Fatigue Improvement Methods and Material Selection
5. DEVELOPMENTS IN MATERIALS AND NEW STRUCTURES
5.1 Material for Cold Climate Condition
5.1.1 Brittle Fracture
5.3 Extra High Strength Steels and Stainless Steel
5.4 Other Materials
5.4.1 Titanium
5.4.2 Aluminium
5.4.3 Nickel
5.4.4 Corrosion Resistant Alloys (CRA) Material
5.4.5 Duplex
5.4.6 Composite
5.5 New materials
5.6 Laser Welded and Composite Structures
6. FATIGUE DESIGN METHODS FOR SHIP AND OFFSHORE STRUCTURES
6.1 Fatigue Design Codes for Ship Structures
6.1.2 Common Structural Rules for Oil Tankers and Bulk Carriers
6.1.2.1 Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers
6.1.2.2 Common Structural Rules for Oil Tankers
6.1.4 Additional Rules and Recommendations for FPSOs
6.2 Fatigue Design Codes for Offshore Structures
6.3 Arctic design codes
6.4 Alternative Fatigue Design Management Methods
6.4.1 Fitness-for-Service Methods, Monitoring of Crack Growth
7. PRACTICAL EXAMPLES AND A BENCHMARK STUDY
7.1 Practical Examples and Dissemination of Results
7.2 Benchmark Studies
7.2.1.1 Target Hot Spot Stress
7.2.1.2 Derivation of HSS from Shell FE Results
7.2.2 HHI Hopper Corner Model (135deg.)
7.2.5 Summary
8.1 Operating Experience
8.2 Life Time Extension
9. CONCLUSION
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Fatigue and Fracture

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