Published: Jan 1973
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Three problems dealing with the interaction of cracks with rigid cylindrical inclusions are considered for the case of longitudinal shear deformation. An accurate approximate solution is derived for a crack perpendicular to the line of centers and midway between the two inclusions. Also, two simple closed form solutions are presented for a rigid fiber imperfectly bonded to the matrix. Application of the results to fracture of composite materials is considered.
fracture properties, crack propagation, longitudinal shear deformation, inclusions, interaction of cracks with inclusions, composite materials, mechanical properties
Sendeckyj, G. P.
Aerospace engineer, Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio