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    STP791

    Fracture Mechanics: Fourteenth Symposium—Volume I: Theory and Analysis

    Lewis JC, Sines G
    Published: 1983


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    The Fourteenth National Symposium on Fracture Mechanics was held in Los Angeles, Calif., 30 June-2 July 1981. ASTM Committee E24 on Fracture Testing sponsored the symposium. J. C. Lewis, of the TRW Space and Technology Group, and George Sines, of the University of California at Los Angeles, served as symposium chairmen and edited this publication.


    Table of Contents

    Summary

    Influence of Specimen Size and Shape on the Singularity-Dominated Zone

    A Review of Generalized Failure Criteria Based on the Plastic Yield Strip Model

    Influence of Specimen Size and Stress Field on Energy Loss During a Fracture Event

    Experimental Verification of Tearing Instability Phenomena for Structural Materials

    Theoretical Fracture Resistance of Particle-Hardened Brittle Solids

    Extension of a Stable Crack at a Variable Growth Step

    Transient Model I and Mixed-Mode Stress-Intensity Factors During Elastic Crack-Wave Interaction

    Stress-Intensity Factors of Stiffened Panels with Partially Cracked Stiffeners

    Analysis of Cracks at an Attachment Lug Having an Interference-Fit Bushing

    Stress-Intensity Factors for Radial Cracks in a Partially Autofrettaged Thick-Wall Cylinder

    Stress Intensity and Fatigue Crack Growth in a Pressurized, Autofrettaged Thick Cylinder

    Stress-Intensity Factor Equations for Cracks in Three-Dimensional Finite Bodies

    Stress-Intensity Distributions for Natural Cracks Approaching Benchmark Crack Depths in Remote Uniform Tension

    Approximate Influence Functions for Part-Circumferential Interior Surface Cracks in Pipes

    Geometry Variations During Fatigue Growth of Surface Flaws

    Influence of Nonuniform Thermal Stresses on Fatigue Crack Growth of Part-Through Cracks in Reactor Piping

    Environmentally Affected Near-Threshold Fatigue Crack Growth in Steels

    A Critical Analysis of Grain-Size and Yield-Strength Dependence of Near-Threshold Fatigue Crack Growth in Steels

    On the Relation Between the Threshold and the Effective Stress-Intensity Factor Range During Complex Cyclic Loading

    Plastic Flow Normalizing the Fatigue Crack Propagation Data of Several Steels

    Automatic Modelling of Mixed-Mode Fatigue and Quasi-Static Crack Propagation Using the Boundary Element Method

    Total Fatigue Life Calculations in Notched SAE 0030 Cast Steel Under Variable Loading Spectra

    A Superposition Model for Corrosion-Fatigue Crack Propagation in Aluminum Alloys

    Correlation of Smooth and Notched Body Stress Corrosion Crack Initiation

    An Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics Prediction of Stress-Corrosion Cracking in a Girth-Welded Pipe

    Unified Solution for J Ranging Continuously from Pure Bending to Pure Tension

    Finite-Element and Experimental Evaluation of the J-Integral for Short Cracks

    Static and Dynamic J-R Curve Testing of A533B Steel Using the Key Curve Analysis Technique

    A Perspective on R-Curves and Instability Theory

    Index


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP791-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4857-4

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0728-1

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