STP1171

    Constraint Effects in Fracture

    Hackett EM, Schwalbe K-H, Dodds RH

    Pages: 514

    Published: 1993

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    Highlights include:

    • A Framework for Quantifying Crack Tip Constraint

    • Constraint and Toughness Parameterized by T

    • An Experimental Investigation of the T Stress Approach

    • Statistical Aspects of Constraint with Emphasis on Testing and Analysis of Laboratory Specimens in the Transition Region

    • Predictions of Specimen Size Dependence on Fracture Toughness for Cleavage and Ductile Tearing


    Table of Contents

    Overview
    Dodds R., Hackett E., Schwalbe K.

    A Framework for Quantifying Crack Tip Constraint
    Kirk M., O'Dowd N., Shih C.

    Constraint and Toughness Parameterized by T
    Hancock J., Parks D., Reuter W.

    Effect of Stress State on the Ductile Fracture Behavior of Large-Scale Specimens
    Eisele U., Roos E., Silcher H.

    Quantitative Assessment of the Role of Crack Tip Constraint on Ductile Tearing
    Brocks W., Schmitt W.

    Effect of Constraint on Specimen Dimensions Needed to Obtain Structurally Relevant Toughness Measures
    Kirk M., Koppenhoefer K., Shih C.

    Influence of Crack Depth on the Fracture Toughness of Reactor Pressure Vessel Steel
    Bryson J., Theiss T.

    On the Two-Parameter Characterization of Elastic-Plastic Crack-Front Fields in Surface-Cracked Plates
    Wang Y.

    Lower-Bound Initiation Toughness with a Modified-Charpy Specimen
    Bonenberger R., Dally J., Irwin G.

    Energy Dissipation Rate and Crack Opening Angle Analyses of Fully Plastic Ductile Tearing
    Braga L., Turner C.

    An Experimental Study to Determine the Limits of CTOD Controlled Crack Growth
    Challenger N., Gordon J., Jones R.

    Specimen Size Effects on J-R Curves for RPV Steels
    Hiser A.

    Effects of Crack Depth and Mode of Loading on the J-R Curve Behavior of a High-Strength Steel
    Hackett E., Joyce J., Roe C.

    Statistical Aspects of Constraint with Emphasis on Testing and Analysis of Laboratory Specimens in the Transition Region
    Wallin K.

    Thickness Constraint Loss by Delamination and Pop-In Behavior
    Doglione R., Firrao D., Ilia E.

    Size Limits for Brittle Fracture Toughness of Bend Specimens
    Faucher B., Tyson W.

    Influence of Out-of-Plane Loading on Crack Tip Constraint
    Schwartz C.

    Influence of Stress State and Specimen Size on Creep Rupture of Similar and Dissimilar Welds
    Eckert W., Kussmaul K., Maile K.

    Use of Thickness Reduction to Estimate Fracture Toughness
    deWit R., Fields R., Irwin G.

    An Investigation of Size and Constraint Effects on Ductile Crack Growth
    Bloom J., Lee D., Van Der Sluys W.

    Assessing a Material's Susceptibility to Constraint and Thickness Using Compact Tension Specimens
    Griesbach T., Smith E.

    Influence of Specimen Size on J-, Jm- and δ5-R-Curves for Side-Grooved Compact-Tension Specimens
    Heerens J., Nix C., Schwalbe K.

    Predictions of Specimen Size Dependence on Fracture Toughness for Cleavage and Ductile Tearing
    Anderson T., Dodds R., Vanaparthy N.

    An Experimental Investigation of the T Stress Approach
    Sumpter J.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP1171-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1171-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5229-8

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-1481-4

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