Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics: 27th Volume

    Piascik RS, Newman JC, Dowling NE
    Published: 1997

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    Compiled by an international group of experts in their field, STP 1296 features the latest information on fatigue and fracture mechanics research. In addition to addressing important fatigue and fracture issues relating to life prediction, this volume contains 33 peer-reviewed papers that focus on the following four categories: Elastic-Plastic Fracture; • Fatigue; • Advanced Materials and Application; • and Analytical Methods.

    Table of Contents

    Life Prediction: A Case for Multidisciplinary Research
    Wei R.

    Application of a J-Q Model for Fracture in the Ductile-Brittle Transition
    Landes J.

    Constraint Effect in Brittle Fracture
    Chao Y., Zhang X.

    Tϵ* Integral Under Plane Stress Crack Growth
    Atluri S., Kobayashi A., Ma L., Okada H., Omori Y.

    Application of Constraint Modelling to Evaluation of Crack Growth Experiments
    Öberg H., Faleskog J., Nilsson F., Shehu S.

    Prediction of Stable Tearing and Fracture of a 2000-Series Aluminum Alloy Plate Using a CTOA Criterion
    Dawicke D., Newman J., Piascik R.

    Effects of Mixed Mode I/II Loading and Grain Orientation on Crack Initiation and Stable Tearing in 2024-T3 Aluminum
    Amstutz B., Boone M., Dawicke D., Sutton M.

    The Energy Dissipation Rate—A New Tool to Interpret Geometry and Size Effects
    Fischer D., Kolednik O., Shan G.

    Effects of Crack Surface Morphology on Fracture Behavior under Mixed Mode I/III Loading
    Hsia K., Socie D., Zhang T.

    An Analytical Investigation of the Effect of Crack Depth (a) and Crack Depth to Width (a/W) Ratio on the Fracture Toughness of A533-B Steel
    Rolfe S., Smith J.

    Ductile Tearing of Welded Structural Details
    Dexter R., Gentilcore M.

    An Experimentally Verified Finite Element Study of the Stress-Strain Response of Crack Geometries Experiencing Large-Scale Yielding
    Panontin T., Sheppard S.

    Analysis of Warm Prestress Data
    Embley G., Irizarry-Quinones H., Macdonald B., McAfee W., McCabe D., Smith P., Wuthrich J.

    The Three Thresholds for Fatigue Crack Propagation
    Miller K.

    How Fatigue Cracks Grow, Interact with Microstructure, and Lose Similitude
    Davidson D.

    Short Crack Growth Behavior
    Sadananda K., Vasudevan A.

    A Practical Methodology for Elastic-Plastic Fatigue Crack Growth
    Chell G., McClung R., Orient G., Russell D.

    Effect of Absorbed Hydrogen on the Microstructure in the Vicinity of Near-Threshold Fatigue Cracks in Low-Alloy Steel
    Heldt J., Kaesche H.

    S-N Curve for Crack Initiation and an Estimate of Fatigue Crack Nucleus Size
    Liaw P., Palusamy S., Ren W., Yang C.

    Fracture Analysis of Full-Thickness Clad Beam Specimens
    Bass B., Keeney J., McAfee W.

    The Analysis of Underclad Cracks in Large-Scale Tests Using the Local Approach to Cleavage Fracture
    Moinereau D., Rousselier G.

    The Effect of Cyclic Loading During Ductile Tearing on the Fracture Resistance of Nuclear Pipe Steels
    Brust F., Rudland D.

    Experimental Investigation of Mismatched Weld Joint Performance
    Tregoning R.

    Fracture Testing of Large-scale Thin-sheet Aluminum Alloy
    deWit R., Fields R., Foecke T., Harne D., Low S.

    Resistance Spot Weld Failure Loads and Modes in Overload Conditions
    Sheppard S., Zuniga S.

    Fatigue Response of Perforate Titanium for Application in Laminar Flow Control
    Johnson W., Miller J., Newman J.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Damage in Elastomeric Materials
    Bathias C., LeGorju K., Lu C., Menabeuf L.

    Boundary Element/Dislocation Density Methodology for Analysis of Cracks in Anisotropic Solids
    Heim D., Mear M., Xiao L.

    Stress Intensity Factor Calibration of Edge-Notched Beam
    Gerstle W., Heo G., Lenke L.

    Elastic Analysis of the Interaction Between Two Surface Cracks
    Qin H., Sun L., Zhang L.

    A Three-Dimensional Weight Function Method—Evaluation and Applications
    Newman J., Sutton M., Zhao W.

    Simple Two- and Three-Dimension Adhesive Finite Elements for Stress Analysis and Energy Release Rate Calculations in Adhesively Bonded Joints
    Andruet R., Dillard D., Holzer S., Taylor M.

    Analysis of Fatigue Crack Growth in Pin-Loaded Lug Joints under Inelastic Deformations
    Dattaguru B., Prakash R., Raju K., Ramamurthy T., Satish Kumar K.

    An Efficient Method for Calculating Multiaxial Elasto-Plastic Notch Tip Strains and Stresses under Proportional Loading
    Glinka G., Moftakhar A., Reinhardt W.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1296-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5355-4

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2412-7

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