Fracture Mechanics: 25th Volume

    Erdogan F
    Published: 1995

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    Features the latest trends in fracture mechanics research from the world's leading scientists and engineers in the field. This edition presents 45 peer-reviewed papers, including nearly a third from foreign contributors, divided into six comprehensive sections:

    Fracture Mechanics of Ceramics -- Six papers deal with various aspects of the fracture phenomenon in structural ceramics.

    Interface Fracture -- The general problem of fracture mechanics of interfaces and interfacial zones in bonded dissimilar materials is explored in nine papers.

    New Techniques -- Five papers feature innovative experimental methods as well as familiar standard techniques used in novel applications.

    Inelastic Fracture -- The types of fracture problems classified in this particular category are presented in nine papers.

    Fatigue and Fracture -- Eight papers demonstrate fundamental work and practical applications of fatigue crack growth and fracture in engineering materials.

    Computational and Analytical Techniques -- Analytical results for various flaw interaction problems for a half plane and two- and three-dimensional finite element method applications for fracture mechanics problems are covered in eight papers.

    Table of Contents

    Analysis of the Effect of Transformation-Induced Shear Strains on Stability and Crack Growth in Zirconia-Containing Ceramics
    Stam G., van der Giessen E.

    Strength Properties of Surface-Machined Components of Structural Ceramics
    Hollstein T., Pfeiffer W., Sommer E.

    Fracture-Resistance Curve Characteristic of a Sintered Al2O3/Zro2 Ceramic
    Cotterell B., Duan K., Mai Y.

    Three-Dimensional Cohesive Crack Analysis of Short-Rod Specimens
    Bittencourt T., Ingraffea A.

    Defect Problems in Piezoelectric Ceramics
    Sosa H.

    Experimental and Analytical Studies of Crack Initiation and Arrest in Hot Pressed Silicon Nitride
    Calomino A., Chudnovsky A., Gorelik M.

    On the Directionality of Interfacial Cracking in Bicrystals and the Loading Phase Angle Dependence
    Beltz G., Wang J.

    The Effect of Mode Mix on Interfacial Toughness: A Ductile Mechanism
    Bose K., Castañeda P.

    Micromechanics of Fiber-Matrix Interface and Fracture of Advanced Composites with Engineered Interfaces
    Kim J., Mai Y.

    Correlating Interphase Glass Transition and Interfacial Microcracking in Polymer Composites
    Hiemstra D., Scott W., Sottos N.

    Free Edge Problem for Bonded Orthotropic Elastic Layers
    Erdogan F., Kadioglu S.

    Interface Cracks in Thermally Loaded Multilayer Ceramic Coatings
    Kokini K., Takeuchi Y.

    Quasi-Three-Dimensional Stress Fields at an Interface Crack Tip
    Jin Z., Noda N.

    Bimaterial Problem of Strip with Debondings under Tension and Bending
    Hasebe N., Kato S., Nakamura T.

    Fatigue and Fracture of Adhesively Bonded and Weld-Bonded T-Peel Joints
    Gilchrist M., Smith R.

    Residual Stress Measurement in Sapphire-Fiber Composites: Through-Focus and Transmission Fluorescence Spectroscopy
    Clarke D., Lipkin D.

    A New Technique to Produce Josephson Junctions Based on Controlled Crack Growth Techniques
    Granata D., Perez I., Scott W.

    Time Release of Chemicals into Hardened Cementitious Matrices for Crack Repair, Fiber Rebond, and Increase in Flexural Toughening
    Dry C.

    Dynamic Fracture of Concrete Under Mixed Mode Loading
    Hawkins N., Kobayashi A., Yu C.

    Further Studies of a Modified-Charpy Specimen for Lower-Bound Toughness
    Bonenberger R., Dally J.

    Two-Parameter Characterization of Crack Tip Fields in Edge-Cracked Geometries: Plasticity and Creep Solutions
    Aravas N., Sharma S., Zelman M.

    Modeling of Ductile Damage and Complexity Across Scales
    DeGiorgi V., Geltmacher A., Harvey D., Kee A., Kirby G., Matic P.

    Application of Micromechanical Models to the Analysis of Ductile Fracture Under Dynamic Loading
    Böhme W., Hönig A., Schmitt W., Sun D.

    Measurement and Analysis of Critical CTOA for an Aluminum Alloy Sheet
    Bigelow C., Dawicke D., Newman J., Sutton M.

    The J Integral as a Fracture Criterion of Robber-Like Materials:A Comparative Study Between a Compliance Method and an Energy Separation Method
    Ghfiri H., Mesmacque G., NaÏt-Abdelaziz M., Nevière R.

    A Single Specimen Approach for J-Integral Evaluation for Semi-Elliptical Surface Cracks
    Landes J., Sharobeam M.

    J-Integral Characterization of the Nozzle Steels from Intermediate Test Vessels IV-5 and IV-9
    Auten T., Bozik D., Macdonald B., Scavone D.

    The Fracture of Sea Ice
    DeFranco S., Dempsey J.

    Prediction of Cleavage Fracture Probability for Ferritic Steels in the Transition Region
    Bicego V., Elli A., Rinaldi C.

    Shear Fatigue Crack Growth in Large Grain Polycrystals
    Chen Q., Liu H.

    Analysis of Fatigue Crack Closure and Thresholds
    Sadananda K., Vasudevan A.

    The Effect of Crack Deflection and Surface Roughness on Constant and Variable Amplitude Loading Fatigue Crack Growth in Aluminum-Lithium Alloys
    Hull A., Raizenne D.

    Propagation of Very Long Fatigue Cracks in a Cellular Box Beam
    Dexter R., Fisher J., Kaufmann E., Nussbaumer A.

    The Effect of Welding Discontinuities on the Variability of Fatigue Life
    Dexter R., Fisher J., Kaufmann E., Kober G., Yen B.

    Advanced Technology Applications to Aging Aircraft
    Ratwani M., Tran H.

    A Proposal on Damage Tolerant Testing for Structural Integrity of Aging Aircraft ---Learning From JAL Accident in 1985---
    Terada H.

    A Novel Approach to Dynamic Rip-Arrest Characterization of Heat-Treated Low-Alloy Steels
    Anderson W.

    Singular Integral Equation Method in the Analysis of Interaction Between Cracks and Defects
    Matsuo T., Noda N.

    Surface and Subsurface Cracks and Pores with Liquid Under Action of a Contact Load in the Presence of a Lubricant
    Kudish I.

    Development of Fixed Grid Finite Element Algorithm for Tracking Quasi-Static Equilibrium Crack Propagation
    Lee T.

    Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors for Cracks Under Thermal Shock Transients
    Hodulak L., Siegele D.

    The Use of Fracture Mechanics Analysis in the Design and Development of Thermoelectric Cells
    Rosko R.

    Analysis of Stress Intensity Factors for an Edge Cracked T-Section in Tension
    Gentilcore M., Roberts R.

    Pressure Vessel Fracture Simulation
    Chamis C., Minnetyan L.

    Interpretation of Warm Prestress-Induced Fracture Toughness Based on Crack-Tip Constraint
    Shum D.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1220-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5294-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1882-9

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