STP1131

    Fracture Mechanics: Twenty-Second Symposium (Volume II)

    Atluri SN, Newman JC, Raju IS, Epstein JS
    Published: 1992


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    73 papers by researchers in the field of fracture provide state-of-the-art advances in fracture mechanics. Divided into two volumes: Volume I concentrates on experimental and theoretical aspects of fracture mechanics, while Volume II covers numerical and computational aspects of fracture.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction

    Discussion

    Summary

    Experimental Determination of Fracture Parameters in Three-Dimensional Problems

    Crack-Mouth Displacements for Semielliptical Surface Cracks Subjected to Remote Tension and Bending Loads

    Stress-Intensity Factors for Long Axial Outer Surface Cracks in Large R/t Pipes

    An Inverse Method for the Calculation of Through-Thickness Fatigue Crack Closure Behavior

    ASTM E 1304, The New Standard Test for Plane-Strain (Chevron-Notched) Fracture Toughness: Usage of Test Results

    Comparison of Mixed-Mode Stress-Intensity Factors Obtained Through Displacement Correlation, J-lntegral Formulation, and Modified Crack-Closure Integral

    Application of the Weight-Functions Method to Three-Dimensional Cracks Under General Stress Gradients

    The Application of Line Spring Fracture Mechanics Methods to the Design of Complex Welded Structures

    Crack-Tip Displacement Fields and JR-Curves of Four Aluminum Alloys

    Application of the Hybrid Finite Element Method to Aircraft Repairs

    A Hybrid Numerical-Experimental Method for Caustic Measurements of the T*-lntegral

    Three-Dimensional Elastic-Plastic Analysis of Small Circumferential Surface Cracks in Pipes Subjected to Bending Load

    Elastic-Plastic Crack-Tip Fields Under History-Dependent Loading

    Experimental Study of Near-Crack-Tip Deformation Fields

    An Engineering Approach for Crack-Growth Analysis of 2024-T351 Aluminum Alloy

    Advanced Fracture Mechanics Analyses of the Service Performance of Polyethylene Gas Distribution Piping Systems

    Three-Dimensional Analysis of Thermoelastic Fracture Problems

    Analysis of Growing Ductile Cracks Using Computer Image Processing

    Traction Boundary Integral Equation (BIE) Formulations and Applications to Nonplanar and Multiple Cracks

    Evaluation of Three-Dimensional Singularities by the Finite Element Iterative Method (FEIM)

    An Analytical Solution for an Elliptical Crack in a Flat Plate Subjected to Arbitrary Loading

    Application of Micromechanical Models to the Prediction of Ductile Fracture

    Matrix Cracks and Interphase Failure in Transversely Loaded Fiber Composites

    Dynamic Stress-Intensity Factors for Interface Cracks in Layered Media

    Probabilistic Fracture Models for Predicting the Strength of Notched Composites

    Analysis of Unidirectional and Cross-Ply Laminates Under Torsion Loading

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1131-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5193-2

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1440-1

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