Published: Jan 1973
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It has recently been shown by experiment that a quantity known as the J-Integral may be a useful fracture criterion in the inelastic range. The mathematical definition of the J-lntegral is first used here, in combination with some simplifying assumptions, to derive the known relationship between the conventional elastic stress concentration factor of a sharp notch and the elastic stress intensity factor for a crack of the same shape. The same assumptions, together with a generalization of Neuber's equation for the inelastic stress and strain concentration factors for a sharp notch, are then used to derive a relationship between the J-Integral and the parameter
fracture properties, pressure vessels, nuclear reactors, fracture strength
Merkle, J. G.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tenn.