Fracture Mechanics: Perspectives and Directions (Twentieth Symposium)

    Wei RP, Gangloff RP
    Published: 1989

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    Provides overviews of the major developments in fracture mechanics and associated applications over the past 20 years, and highlights directions for future developments and applications. 6 major sections include:

    • Analytical Fracture Mechanics

    • Nonlinear and Time Dependent Fracture Mechanics

    • Microstructure and Micro mechanical Modeling

    • Fatigue Crack Propagation

    • Environmentally Assisted Cracking

    • Fracture Mechanics of Nonmetals and New Frontiers.

    Table of Contents

    Gangloff R., Wei R.

    Fracture Mechanics in Two Decades
    Sih G.

    Weight Function Theory for Three-Dimensional Elastic Crack Analysis
    Rice J.

    Softening Due to Void Nucleation in Metals
    Hutchinson J., Tvergaard V.

    Results on the Influence of Crack-Tip Plasticity During Dynamic Crack Growth
    Freund L.

    Creep Crack Growth
    Riedel H.

    The Role of Heterogeneities in Fracture
    Argon A.

    Mechanics and Micromechanics of Fatigue Crack Propagation
    Tanaka K.

    Microstructure and the Fracture Mechanics of Fatigue Crack Propagation
    Starke E., Williams J.

    Microchemistry and Mechanics Issues in Stress Corrosion Cracking
    Baer D., Danielson M., Jones R.

    Environmentally Assisted Crack Growth in Structural Alloys: Perspectives and New Directions
    Gangloff R., Wei R.

    The New High-Toughness Ceramics
    Evans A.

    Stress-Intensity Factors for Small Surface and Corner Cracks in Plates
    Atluri S., Newman J., Raju I.

    Intersection of Surface Flaws with Free Surfaces: An Experimental Study
    Rezvani M., Smith C., Theiss T.

    An Efficient Finite-Element Evaluation of Explicit Weight Functions for Mixed-Mode Cracks in an Orthotropic Material
    Ong J., Sha G., Yang C.

    Automated Generation of Influence Functions for Planar Crack Problems
    Eason E., Harris D., Sire R.

    Fracture Toughness in the Transition Regime for A533B Steel: Prediction of Large Specimen Results from Small Specimen Tests
    Ingham T., Knee N., Milne I., Morland E.

    Plastic Collapse in Part-Wall Flaws in Plates
    Davey T., Willoughby A.

    A Comparison of Crack-Tip Opening Displacement Ductile Instability Analyses
    Garwood S., Gordon J.

    Effect of Void Nucleation on Fracture Toughness of High-Strength Austenitic Steels
    Purtscher P., Read D., Reed R.

    Dynamic Brittle Fracture Analysis Based on Continuum Damage Mechanics
    Chen E.

    Effect of Loading Rate and Thermal Aging on the Fracture Toughness of Stainless-Steel Alloys
    Mills W.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Under Combined Mode I and Mode II Loading
    Czegley M., Mayer H., Stanzl E., Tschegg E.

    On the Influence of Crack Plane Orientation in Fatigue Crack Propagation and Catastrophic Failure
    Banks-Sills L., Schur D.

    Fracture Mechanics Model of Fatigue Crack Closure in Steel
    Soya I., Tanaka Y.

    A Finite-Element Investigation of Viscoplastic-Induced Closure of Short Cracks at High Temperatures
    Bednarz E., Palazotto A.

    Crack Opening Under Variable Amplitude Loads
    Frank K., Zwerneman F.

    Strain-Induced Hydrides and Hydrogen-Assisted Crack Growth in a Ti-6Al-4V Alloy
    Gao S., Wan X., Xiao H.

    Gaseous-Environment Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior of a Low-Alloy Steel
    Donald J., Leax T., Liaw P.

    The Crack Velocity-KI Relationship for AISI 4340 in Seawater Under Fixed and Rising Displacement
    Hilton P., Mayville R., Warren T.

    Influence of Cathodic Charging on the Tensile and Fracture Properties of Three High-Strength Steels
    Dickson J., Nguyen-Duy P., Tremblay V.

    Threshold Crack Growth Behavior of Nickel-Base Superalloy at Elevated Temperature
    Ashbaugh N., Nicholas T.

    Strength of Stress Singularity and Stress-Intensity Factors for a Transverse Crack in Finite Symmetric Cross-Ply Laminates Under Tension
    Bai J., Loo T.

    Fracture Behavior of Compacted Fine-Grained Soils
    Fang H., Mikroudis G., Pamukcu S.

    Fracture-Mechanics Approach to Tribology Problems
    Kaneta M., Murakami Y.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1020-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5081-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1250-6

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