STP711

    Crack Arrest Methodology and Applications

    Hahn GT, Kanninen MF
    Published: 1980


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    22 papers address emerging crack arrest test methods and reflect the substantial progress made during the past 2-1/2 years. The test procedures presented document cooperative evaluation that includes investigations from 11 foreign countries.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Hahn G., Kanninen M.

    Summary
    Hahn G., Kanninen M.

    A Dynamic Viscoelastic Analysis of Crack Propagation and Crack Arrest in a Double Cantilever Beam Test Specimen
    Kanninen M., Popelar C.

    A Model for Dynamic Crack Propagation in a Double-Torsion Fracture Specimen
    Popelar C.

    Fast Fracture Simulated by Conventional Finite Elements: A Comparison of Two Energy-Release Algorithms
    King W., Malluck J.

    The SMF2D Code for Proper Simulation of Crack Propagation
    Perl M., Shmuely M.

    Dynamic Fracture Analysis of Notched Bend Specimens
    Kobayashi A., Loss F., Mall S.

    Influence of Specimen Geometry on Crack Propagation and Arrest Toughness
    Brickstad B., Dahlberg L., Nilsson F.

    Experimental Analysis of Dynamic Effects in Different Crack Arrest Test Specimens
    Beinert J., Kalthoff J., Klemm W., Winkler S.

    Comparison of Crack Behavior in Homalite 100 and Araldite B
    Kobayashi T., Metcalf J.

    Some Effects of Specimen Geometry on Crack Propagation and Arrest
    Gates R.

    A Dynamic Photoelastic Study of Crack Propagation in a Ring Specimen
    Dally J., Kobayashi T., Shukla A.

    Fast Fracture: An Adiabatic Restriction on Thermally Activated Crack Propagation
    Burns S.

    Dynamic Photoelastic Determination of the ˙a-K Relation for 4340 Alloy Steel
    Dally J., Kobayashi T.

    Comparison of Crack Arrest Methodologies
    Crosley P., Ripling E.

    KId-Values Deduced from Shear Force Measurements on Double Cantilever Beam Specimens
    Burns S., Chow C.

    Some Comments on Dynamic Crack Propagation in a High-Strength Steel
    Bílek Z.

    A Cooperative Program for Evaluating Crack Arrest Testing Methods
    Barnes C., Hahn G., Hoagland R., Rosenfield A.

    Critical Examination of Battelle Columbus Laboratory Crack Arrest Toughness Measurement Procedure
    Fourney W., Kobayashi T.

    Fast Fracture Toughness and Crack Arrest Toughness of Reactor Pressure Vessel Steel
    Hahn G., Hoagland R., Lereim J., Markworth A., Rosenfield A.

    Significance of Crack Arrest Toughness (KIa) Testing
    Crosley P., Ripling E.

    A Theoretical Model for Crack Propagation and Crack Arrest in Pressurized Pipelines
    Kanninen M., McGuire P., Popelar C., Sampath S.

    Analytical Interpretation of Running Ductile Fracture Experiments in Gas-Pressurized Linepipe
    Freund L., Parks D.

    An Analysis of the Dynamic Propagation of Elastic and Elastic-Plastic Circumferential Cracks in Pressurized Pipes
    Emery A., Kobayashi A., Love W., Neighbors P.

    Application of Crack Arrest Theory to a Thermal Shock Experiment
    Cheverton R., Gehlen P., Hahn G., Iskander S.

    Crack Arrest in Water-Cooled Reactor Pressure Vessels During Loss-of-Coolant Accident Conditions
    Marston T., Smith E., Stahlkopf K.

    Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP711-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP711-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4779-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0317-7

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