STP1360

    Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics: 30th Volume

    Jerina KL, Paris PC
    Published: 2000


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    STP 1360 provides advanced state-of-the-art techniques for predicting fracture and fatigue, as well as applications and engineering problem solving in a number of key industries. Over 30 comprehensive, peer-reviewed papers from the world's leading experts address topics in fracture mechanics, fatigue, and applications.

    Areas of fracture mechanics covered include:

    • Effects of geometry

    • Specimen size on fracture behavior

    • Toughness in the transition region

    • Loading effects on fracture

    • Innovative crack solutions

    • Analysis techniques in analytical fracture mechanics

    Areas of fatigue include:

    • Effects of crack closure, stress ratio, residual stress and loading on fatigue

    • Novel test methods and data analysis

    Applications include:

    • Predicting and measuring fatigue performance

    • Fracture mechanics applications

    • Finite element modeling of cracks and crack growth

    This is a critical resource for mechanical, materials, and structural engineers involved with structural parts design and analysis; regulatory and investigative organizations and national laboratories.


    Table of Contents

    Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics: Where Has it Been? Where is it Going?
    Landes J.

    Technical Basis for the Master Curve Concept of Fracture Toughness Evaluations in the Transition Range
    McCabe D., Merkle J., Wallin K.

    A Unifying Principle for Evaluating Fracture Toughness in the Elastic and Plastic Regimes with Planar Fracture Specimens
    Donoso J., Landes J.

    Method for Predicting J-R Curves from Charpy Impact Energy
    Gioielli P., Landes J., Loushin L., Paris P., Tada H.

    Fracture Toughness Testing with Notched Round Bars
    Landes J., Wilson C.

    3-D Finite Element Modeling of Ductile Crack Growth in Thin Aluminum Materials
    Dawicke D., Dodds R., Gullerud A., Hampton R.

    J-Q-M Approach for Failure Assessment of Fusion Line Cracks: Two-Material and Three-Material Models
    Hauge M., Ranestad &., Thaulow C., Zhang Z.

    Fracture Mechanics Validity Limits and Physical Evidence of Constraint in Fracture
    Ernst H., Lambert D.

    The Role of Cohesive Strength and Separation Energy for Modeling of Ductile Fracture
    Brocks W., Siegmund T.

    Modeling the Ductile to Cleavage Transition in Steels and Structures
    Howard I., Li Z., Sheikh M.

    A Computational Fracture Mechanics Approach for the Analysis of Facesheet-from-Core Disbond of Honeycomb Core Sandwich Panels
    Ingraffea A., TerMaath S., Wawrzynek P.

    Crack Wake Influence Theory and Elastic Crack Closure Measurement
    Connelly G., Donald J., Paris P., Tada H.

    Fatigue Crack Propagation and Load Interaction Effects in a Titanium Alloy
    Lang M., Larsen J.

    Fatigue Analysis of Multiple Site Damage in Lap Joint Specimens
    Grandt A., Wang H.

    A Combined Experimental and Finite Element Study of Crack Closure Effects in Modified 1070 Steel
    Dougherty J., Padovan J., Srivatsan T.

    Subsurface Fatigue Crack Initiation and Propagation Behavior of Induction-Hardened Shafts under the Effect of Residual and Applied Bending Stresses
    Glinka G., Stephens R., Zhang H.

    Estimation Procedure for Determination of Fatigue Crack Propagation in Metal Alloys
    Hertzberg R.

    The Fracture and Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior of Forged Damage-Tolerant Niobium Aluminide Intermetallics
    Farkas D., Mercer C., Soboyejo W., Ye F.

    The Effect of Biaxial Strain Ratio and Periodic Compressive Overstrains on Fatigue Crack Growth Mode and Crack Growth Rate
    Topper T., Varvani-Farahani A.

    Determination of Ct-Parameter Considering Effects of Accumulated Creep Deformation During Loading Period
    Kim Y., Lee J., Yoon K.

    A New Multiparameter Model for the Prediction of Fatigue Crack Growth in Structural Metallic Materials
    Foster M., Mercer C., Papritan J., Soboyejo A., Soboyejo W.

    Fracture Mechanics: Forgotten German and Austrian Pioneers of the Turn of the 20th Century
    Rossmanith H.

    Development of Consistent Size Criteria for ASTM Combined Fracture Mechanics Standards
    Joyce J., Tregoning R.

    Use of the Instrumented Bolt and Constant Displacement Bold-Loaded Specimen to Measure In-Situ Hydrogen Crack Growth in High-Strength Steels
    Crayon D., Underwood J., Vigilante G.

    Prediction of S-N Fatigue Curves Using Various Long-Crack-Derived ΔKeff Fatigue Crack Growth Curves and a Small Crack Life Prediction Model
    Bray G., Brockenbrough J.

    Stress and Fracture Analyses of Semi-Elliptical Surface Cracks
    Aveline C., Newman J., Reuter W.

    Early Stage Fatigue Damage Characterization in Aluminum Alloys and Stainless Steels with Meandering Winding Magnetometer Technology
    Goldfine N., Natishan M., Weiss V.

    Finite-Element Fracture Analyses of Welded Beam-Column Connections
    Chi W., Deierlein G., Ingraffea A.

    A Plate Element-Based Model for Mixed-Mode Debonding of Composite Stitched Stiffened Panels
    Glaessgen E., Poe C., Raju I.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP1360-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1360-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5418-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2617-6

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