STP1244

    Constraint Effects in Fracture Theory and Applicatons: Second Volume

    Kirk M, Bakker A
    Published: 1995


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    Features innovative approaches for assessing the fracture integrity of cracked structures and understanding constraint effects on fracture.

    23 comprehensive papers from leading experts in Europe and the United States cover the following topics: Two Parameter Constraint Theories • Crack Growth Modeling • Micromechanical Approaches • Experimental Validation of Constraint Models •Application of Constraint Models.


    Table of Contents

    Cleavage Fracture Quantified by J and A2
    Chao Y., Ji W.

    Variations of a Global Constraint Factor in Cracked Bodies Under Tension and Bending Loads
    Bigelow C., Crews J., Dawicke D., Newman J.

    Limits of J-T Characterization of Elastic—Plastic Crack—Tip Fields
    Parks D., Wang Y.

    A Numerical Study on the Influence of Geometry Variations on Stable Crack Growth in CT Specimens for Different Materials
    Fischer D., Kolednik O., Shan G.

    Numerical Simulation of Stable Crack Growth in Fracture Mechanics Specimens
    Brocks W., Eberle A., Fricke S., Klingbeil D., Zadeh G.

    Numerical Modeling of Ductile Tearing Effects on Cleavage Fracture Toughness
    Anderson T., Dodds R., Tang M.

    The Role of Geometry and Crack Growth on Constraint and Implications for Ductile/Brittle Fracture
    Dodds R., O'Dowd N., Shih C.

    Modeling Crack Growth Resistance Using Computational Cells with Microstructurally—Based Length Scales
    Shih C., Xia L.

    Prediction of Cleavage Fracture in the Brittle to Ductile Transition Region of a Ferritic Steel
    Bakker A., Koers R., Krom A.

    The Second Parameter in J-R Curves: Constraint or Triaxiality ?
    Brocks W., Schmitt W.

    Application of the Gurson Model to Ductile Tearing Resistance
    Brocks W., Künecke G., Klingbeil D., Sun D.

    Fracture Toughness Measurements Using Small Cracked Round Bars
    Crocker J., Giovanola J., Homma H., Klopp R., Lichtenberger M.

    Experimental Investigation of Fracture Toughness Scaling Models
    James A., Link R.

    The Effect of Constraint Due to Out-of-Plane Stress Field on Fracture of Reactor Pressure Vessel Steel--An Experimental and Numerical Study
    Detty D., Ghadiali N., Mohan R., Rosenfield A., Rudland D., Wilkowski G.

    The Influence of Plasticity and Geometry on the Mixed Mode Fracture of PMMA
    Davenport J., Smith D.

    Constraint Effects on the Upper Shelf in Cracked Welded Specimens
    Eripret C., Franco C., Gilles P., Nallet S.

    Constraint Effects in Testing Different Curved Geometries of Zr-2.5Nb Pressure Tube Material
    Davies P., Järvine A., Shewfelt R.

    A Comparison of J and CTOD as Elastic-Plastic Fracture Characterizing Parameters
    Gordon J., Neale B., Wang Y.

    Size and Deformation Limits to Maintain Constraint in KIc and Jc Testing of Bend Specimens
    Dodds R., Kirk M., Koppenhoefer K.

    Constraint and Statistical Adjustment Models Applied to Transition Fracture Toughness Data
    Landes J.

    Interpretation of Constraint Effects Under PTS Conditions Based on J-Q Fracture Methodology
    Shum D.

    Application of J-Q Fracture Methodology to the Analysis of Thermal-Shock Experiment TSE-5A
    Shum D.

    Validity of Small Specimen Fracture Toughness Estimates Neglecting Constraint Corrections
    Wallin K.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP1244-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1244-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5305-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2013-6

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