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Fatigue requirement development for hull structures
Authors: Ye.V. Baskakova, S.V. Petinov 
Abstract

Basic provisions for and trends of developing the modern rules of structural design for fatigue as well as resource appraisal for ships in service. The distinctive features of design S-N curves and correction methods for stress concentrations in structural nodes for formats "Nominal stress - Hot spot stress - Notch stress" are analyzed. The need for the data base elaboration in respect of S-N curve calculation are analyzed and suggestions for its development are given. 

Key words: hull structure fatigue, design fatigue curves, stress concentration, damage summation, remaining life.

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About authors

Baskakova Elena - FAI "Russian Maritime Register of shipping", St. Petersburg 
baskakova.ev@rs-class.org

Petinov Sergey - PhD, professor, Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering Russian Academy of Sciences, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Politechnic University, St. Petersburg  
spetinov@mail.ru

Issue: 40/41 (2015)



For citation: Ye.V. Baskakova, S.V. Petinov. Fatigue requirement development for hull structures. Research Bulletin by Russian Maritime Register of Shipping. 2015, No. 40/41, pp. 48-54.

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