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    STP601

    Cracks and Fracture

    Swedlow JL, Williams ML
    Published: 1976


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    This publication, Cracks and Fracture, contains papers presented at the Ninth National Symposium on Fracture Mechanics which was held at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa., 25-27 Aug. 1975. The Symposium was sponsored by Committee E24 on Fracture Testing of Metals of the American Society for Testing and Materials. J. L. Swedlow, Carnegie-Mellon University, and M. L. Williams, University of Pittsburgh, presided as symposium co-chairmen.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction

    Method for Laboratory Determination of Jc

    Geometry Effects and the J-Integral Approach to Elastic-Plastic Fatigue Crack Growth

    Derivation of a Low-Cycle Fatigue Relationship Employing the J-Integral Approach to Crack Growth

    Relevance of Nonlinear Fracture Mechanics to Creep Cracking

    Assessment of Strength-Probability-Time Relationships in Ceramics

    Application of Fracture Mechanics to the Thermostructural Failure of Graphite

    Fracture Toughness of ATJ-S Graphite and CVD Carbon-Carbon Composites at Elevated Temperatures

    Mixed Mode Fracture in Anisotropic Media

    Applicability of the KIScc Concept to Very Small Defects

    Mean Stress and Environmental Effects on Near Threshold Fatigue Crack Growth

    Notch-Yield Ratio as a Quality Control Index for Plane-Strain Fracture Toughness

    Ductile Fracture of Cylindrical Vessels Containing a Large Flaw

    Pilot Study of the Fracture Arrest Capabilities of A553B Steel

    Note on the Dependence of Crack Velocity on Driving Force for an Epoxy Adhesive

    Predicting Fatigue Crack Retardation Under Single and Intermittent Overloading

    Three-Dimensional Stress Distribution of a Double-Cantilever Beam with a Side Notch

    Fracture Dynamics of Wedge-Loaded Double Cantilever Beam Specimen

    Preliminary Results of a Program for Developing Fracture Toughness Data on Ferritic Nuclear Pressure Vessel Steels

    JIc Test Results From Two Steels

    Influence of Configuration on R-Curve Shape and Gc When Plane Stress Conditions Prevail

    Fatigue Crack Growth and J-Integral Fracture Parameters of Ti-6Al-4V at Ambient and Cryogenic Temperatures

    Effect of Cooling Rate on Fracture Behavior of Mill-Annealed Ti-6Al-4V

    Fracture Toughness Testing of Glassy Plastics

    Brittle Fracture (KIc) Behavior of Cracks Emanating from Notches

    Weight Functions for Three-Dimensional Symmetrical Crack Problems

    The Weight Function Method for Determining Stress Intensity Factors

    A Laser Interferometry Method for Experimental Stress Intensity Factor Calibration

    Criteria for Growth of the Angled Crack

    Crack Tip Strain—A Comparison of Finite Element Method Calculations and Moiré Measurements

    Theoretical and Experimental Analysis of Crack Extension at Nozzle Junctions

    Side-Cracked Plates Subject to Combined Direct and Bending Forces


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP601-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4676-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0318-4

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