The chevron-notched test specimen has been the subject of experimentation for over 15 years; however, it has had the status of an ASTM standard only since December 1989. STP 1172 promotes greater interest in this unique specimen configuration, helps further acceptance.
Baratta F., Brown K.
Some Observations in Fracture Toughness and Fatigue Testing with Chevron-Notched Specimens
Jenkins M., Salem J., Shannon J.
Applicability of the Short Rod Fracture Toughness Test to New Microalloyed Bar Steels
Krauss G., Matlock D., Tschanz T.
Specimen Size and Orientation Effects in Chevron-Notch Fracture Testing of Aluminum Alloy Plate
KarisAllen K., Morrison J.
Analysis of Some Compliance Calibration Data for Chevron-Notch Bar and Rod Specimens
Bubsey R., Orange T., Pierce W., Shannon J.
Fracture Toughness Evaluation of Ceramic Bonds Using a Chevron-Notch Disk Specimen
Majumdar B., Rosenfield A.
Aluminum-Lithium Alloys: Evaluation of Fracture Toughness by Two Test Standards, ASTM Method E 813 and E 1304
Drexler E., McColskey J., Purtscher P.
Chevron-Notched, Flexure Tests for Measuring the Elevated-Temperature Fracture Resistance of Structural Ceramics
Ferber M., Ghosh A., Jenkins M., Peussa J., Salem J.
Short Bar Chevron-Notch Fracture Toughness of Bone Cement
Bhambri S., Gilbertson L.
Paper ID: STP1172-EB