Fracture Mechanics: Proceedings of the Eleventh National Symposium on Fracture Mechanics: Part I

    Smith CW
    Published: 1979

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    This publication, Fracture Mechanics, contains papers presented at the Eleventh National Symposium on Fracture Mechanics which was held 12-14 June 1978 at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va. The American Society for Testing and Materials' Committee E24 on Fracture Testing of Metals sponsored the symposium. C. W. Smith, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, served as editor of this publication.

    Table of Contents

    Smith C.

    Smith C.

    Effect of Biaxial Stresses on Crack Growth
    Allison J., Dittmer D., Liu A., Yamane J.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Threshold in Mild Steel Under Combined Loading
    Greenan A., Pook L.

    Sequence Effects on Fatigue Crack Propagation; Mechanical and Microstructural Contributions
    Lüutjering G., Nowack H., Schulte K., Trautmann K.

    Variations in Crack Growth Rate Behavior
    Artley M., Gallagher J., Stalnaker H.

    Application of Fracture Mechanics to Damage Accumulation in High Temperature Fatigue
    Douglas M., Plumtree A.

    Cryogenic Effects on the Fracture Mechanics Parameters of Ferritic Nickel Alloy Steels
    Mikesell R., Reed R., Tobler R.

    Evaluation of Temperature Effects on Crack Growth in Aluminum Sheet Material
    Pettit D., Van Orden J.

    Effects of Temperature and Frequency on the Fatigue Crack Growth Rate Properties of a 1950 Vintage CrMoV Rotor Material
    Clarke G., Shih T.

    Structural Memory of Cracked Components Under Irregular Loading
    Führing H., Seeger T.

    Effect of the Active Plastic Zone on Fatigue Crack Growth Rates
    Marci G.

    A Comparative Experimental Study on the Fatigue Crack Closure Behavior Under Cyclic Loading for Steels and Aluminum Alloys
    Gasco J., Morrone A., Vazquez J.

    Effect of Residual Stresses on Fatigue Crack Growth in Steel Weldments Under Constant and Variable Amplitude Loads
    Glinka G.

    Role of Crack-Tip Stress Relaxation in Fatigue Crack Growth
    Hudak S., Saxena A.

    Crack Closure During Fatigue Crack Propagation
    Le May I., Shaw W.

    Fatigue at Notches and the Local Strain and Fracture Mechanics Approaches
    Dowling N.

    A Strain Based Intensity Factor Solution for Short Fatigue Cracks Initiating from Notches
    El Haddad M., Smith K., Topper T.

    Crack Initiation in a High-Strength Low-Alloy Steel
    Braglia B., Hertzberg R., Roberts R.

    Effect of Spherical Discontinuities on Fatigue Crack Growth Rate Performance
    Clark W.

    Prediction of Fatigue Crack Growth Under Spectrum Loads
    Gemma A., Snow D.

    Semi-Elliptical Cracks in a Cylinder Subjected to Stress Gradients
    Heliot J., Labbens R., Pellissier-Tanon A.

    Stress Intensity Factor Solutions for Internal Longitudinal Semi-Elliptical Surface Flaws in a Cylinder Under Arbitrary Loadings
    McGowan J., Raymund M.

    Theoretical and Experimental Analysis of Semi-Elliptical Surface Cracks Subject to Thermal Shock
    Ando Y., Ichimiya M., Yagawa G.

    Growth of Part-Through Cracks
    Hodulak L., Kordisch H., Kunzelmann S., Sommer E.

    Stress-intensity Factors for Two Symmetric Corner Cracks
    Newman J., Raju I.

    Influence of Flaw Geometries on Hole-Crack Stress Intensities
    Gou S., Peters W., Smith C.

    Variation of Fracture Toughness with Specimen Geometry and Loading Conditions in Welded Low Alloy Steels
    Bassim M., Dorlot J., Penelon A.

    JIc Results and Methods with Bend Specimens
    Underwood J.

    Investigation of Specimen Geometry Modifications to Determine the Conservative JI-R Curve Tearing Modulus Using the HY-130 Steel System
    Davis D., Gudas J., Joyce J.

    An Experimental Study of the Crack Length/Specimen Width (a/W) Ratio Dependence of the Crack Opening Displacement (COD) Test Using Small-Scale Specimens
    de Castro P., Hancock P., Spurrier J.

    Dynamic Photoelastic and Dynamic Finite Element Analyses of Polycarbonate Dynamic Tear Test Specimens
    Kobayashi A., Mall S., Urabe Y.

    Effect of Specimen Geometry on Crack Growth Resistance
    Garwood S.

    Single-Edge-Cracked Crack Growth Gage
    Grandt A., Ori J.

    Measurement of Crack-Tip Stress Distributions by X-Ray Diffraction
    Allison J.

    Correlations Between Ultrasonic and Fracture Toughness Factors in Metallic Materials
    Vary A.

    Analysis of Load-Displacement Relationship to Determine J-R Curve and Tearing Instability Material Properties
    Ernst H., Hutchinson J., Paris P., Rossow M.

    Path Dependence of J in Three Numerical Examples
    Karabin M., Swedlow J.

    Description of Stable and Unstable Crack Growth in the Elastic Plastic Regime in Terms of Jr Resistance Curves
    Turner C.

    Strain Energy Release Rate Method for Predicting Failure Modes in Composite Materials
    Reifsnider K., Williams R.

    An Analysis of Tapered Double-Cantilever-Beam Fracture Toughness Test for Adhesive Joints
    Wang S.

    Analytical Modeling and ND Monitoring of Interlaminar Defects in Fiber-Reinforced Composites
    Chatterjee S., Kulkarni S., Pipes R., Ramkumar R.

    Stress Intensity Factors for a Circular Ring with Uniform Array of Radial Cracks Using Cubic Isoparametric Singular Elements
    Hussain M., Pu S.

    Interpretations of Crack Surface Topologies for Poly(Vinyl Chloride)
    Smoley E.

    Experimental Determination of KI for Hollow Rectangular Tubes Containing Corner Cracks
    McDermott M., Stephens R.

    Fracture Analysis of a Pneumatically Burst Seamless-Steel Compressed Gas Container
    Christ B., Hicho G., Smith J.

    Crack Growth in Externally Flawed, Autofrettaged Thick-Walled Cylinders and Rings
    Eisenstadt R., Kapp J.

    Estimating Fatigue Crack Propagation Lives at the Test Site
    Galliart D.

    On the Cup and Cone Fracture of Tensile Bars
    Kong B., Paris P.


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP677-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4746-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0364-1

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