This paper provides simulation of ductile crack growth in full-scale cracked pipe tests using an element-size dependent damage model. This method is based on the stress-modified fracture strain damage model. The stress-modified fracture strain model is determined to be incremental damage in terms of stress triaxiality and fracture strain for dimple fracture from tensile test result with FE analyses technique. To validate the proposed method, this research analyses STPT 410 cracked pipes test at 300°C taken from CRIEPI(Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry). In order to calibrate the stress-modified fractures strain model, tensile tests and fracture toughness tests were compared with simulated results using element-size dependent damage model. Tensile specimen and fracture toughness specimen were extracted from STPT 410 steel pipe. The calibrated damage model predicts ductile crack growth in 5 type circumferential cracked pipes bending test. And these results were compared with the experimental results. The results show that the proposed method can simulate ductile crack growth in full-scale cracked pipe tests.