Published: Jan 1976
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Mixed mode fracture in two dimensions has been of recent interest via study of a crack at an arbitrary angle to the axis of applied load. Three criteria for growth under tensile loads are reviewed and, although they proceed on distinct bases, give similar results. A corollary to a minimum energy hypothesis is inferred. A compression model is suggested and examined in terms of two criteria. Comparisons to data, to the extent they are available, are considered; observations on the nature of the data are followed by suggestions for further research.
crack propagation, fractures (materials), criteria, growth, mixed mode
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa.