Published: Jan 1992
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Two established optical methods are described briefly with refinements to allow accurate near-tip measurements for three-dimensional cracked body problems. Several illustrations of their use are presented and compared with numerical results.
stress-intensity factors, three-dimensional photoelasticity, moiré interferometry, dominant eigenvalues, fracture mechanics, fatigue (materials)
Alumni professor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA