STP1207

    Fracture Mechanics: Twenty-Fourth Volume

    Landes JD, McCabe DE, Boulet JAM
    Published: 1994


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    Contains significant insight on the latest international developments in fracture mechanics. Central thermes are constraint issues and nonlinear fracture mechanics. Several papers also deal with the industry's most active topic of study, the two-parameter fracture mechanics approach to constraint and its impact on transition fracture toughness.

    9 sections cover:

    • Progress in Fracture Mechanics Research

    • Constraint Issues

    • Ductile to Brittle Transition

    • Elastic-Plastic Fracture

    • High Temperature Effects

    K Analysis

    • Applications

    • Fatigue

    • Nonmetallic Materials


    Table of Contents

    Overview

    Reflections on Progress in Fracture Mechanics Research

    Two-Parameter Fracture Mechanics: Theory and Applications

    Two-Parameter Crack-Tip Field Associated with Stable Crack Growth in a Thin Plate: An Experimental Study

    An Approximate Technique for Predicting Size Effects on Cleavage Fracture Toughness (Jc) Using the Elastic T Stress

    A Void Growth Model Relating Fracture Toughness and Constraint

    Crack Depth Effects Measured by Dynamic Fracture Toughness Tests

    Interim Results from the Heavy Section Steel Technology (HSST) Shallow-Crack Fracture Toughness Program

    Application of J-Q Fracture Methodology to the Analysis of Pressurized Thermal Shock in Reactor Pressure Vessels

    Single-Specimen Test Analysis to Determine Lower-Bound Toughness in the Transition

    A Theoretical Framework for Addressing Fracture in the Ductile-Brittle Transition Region

    A Perspective on Transition Temperature and KJc Data Characterization

    Evaluation of Elastic-Plastic Fracture Toughness Testing in the Transition Region through Japanese Interlaboratory Tests

    A Statistical Study on the Effect of Local Brittle Zones (LBZs) on the Fracture Toughness (Crack Tip Opening Displacement) of Multipass Welded Joints

    Crack Tip Opening Displacement (CTOD) Testing Method for Heat-Affected Zone (HAZ) Toughness of Steel Welds with Particular Reference to Local Inhomogeneity

    Results of MPC/JSPS Cooperative Testing Program in the Brittle-to-Ductile Transition Region

    Effect of Strain Rate on Small Specimen Fracture Toughness in the Transition Region

    Analysis of Results from the MPC/JSPS Round Robin Testing Program in the Ductile to-Brittle Transition Region

    Determination of Lower-Bound Fracture Toughness for Heavy-Section Ductile Cast Iron (DCI) and Estimation by Small Specimen Tests

    An Interpretation of the Scatter in Brittle - Ductile Transition Region As a Statistical Event as a Result of the Two Different Populations

    Ductile-Brittle Fracture Transition as a Result of Increasing In-Plane Constraint in a Medium Carbon Steel

    Resistance Curve Analysis of Surface Cracks

    Simpler JIc Test and Data Analysis Procedures for High-Strength Steels

    A New Application of Normalization: Developing J-R Curves from Displacement Versus Crack Length and from Displacement Alone

    R-Curve, Energy Dissipation Rate, and Crack Opening Angle Models for Large Amounts of Ductile Crack Growth in Bending

    Dislocation Emission and Dynamics Under the Stress Singularity at the Crack Tip and Its Application to the Dynamic Loading Effect on Fracture Toughness

    Crack Growth Under Small Scale and Transition Creep Conditions in Creep-Ductile Materials

    Effects of Mean Load on Creep and Fatigue Crack Growth at Elevated Temperature

    Evaluation of the Relationship Between C*, δ5, and δt during Creep Crack Growth

    Crack-Face Interaction: Protrusion Interference in Brittle Materials

    Elastic-Plastic Mode II Fracture in an Aluminum Beam

    Stress Intensity Factor Solutions for Surface Cracks in Flat Plates Subjected to Nonuniform Stresses

    Weight Functions for Eccentric Cracks

    Fracture Criteria for Surface Cracks in Brittle Materials

    The Crack Tip Opening Displacement and J Integral Under Strain Control and Fully Plastic Conditions Estimated by the Engineering Treatment Model for Plane Stress Tension

    Fracture Mode Evaluation of Flawed Piping Under Dynamic Loading

    Fracture Capacity of High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR) Vessel with Random Crack Size and Toughness

    Simulation of Fatigue Crack Growth of an Inclined Elliptically Shaped Subsurface Crack in Residual Stress Fields

    Surface Crack Growth in Inconel 718 During Large Unload-Reload Cycles

    Effects of Cyclic Loading on the Deformation and Elastic-Plastic Fracture Behavior of a Cast Stainless Steel

    The Application of a Ductile Fracture Method to Polymer Materials

    Methodology for Predicting Canopy Fracturing Patterns During Ejection

    Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors for Interface Cracks Under Mixed-Mode Loading

    Impact Testing of Al2O3 and SiCw/Al2O3 Ceramics

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1207-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5270-0

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1990-1

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