STP803V2

    Elastic-Plastic Fracture: Second Symposium, Volume II Fracture Resistance Curves and Engineering Applications

    Shih CF, Gudas JP
    Published: 1983


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    Two separate volumes comprise STP803. The papers in these two volumes have been grouped into six topic areas including elastic-plastic crack analysis, fully plastic crack and surface flaw analysis and correlation, engineering applications, test methods and geometry effects, and cyclic plasticity effects and material characterization.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Gudas J., Shih C.

    A Method of Application of Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics to Nuclear Vessel Analysis
    Johnson R., Paris P.

    Evaluation of the Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics Methodology on the Basis of Large-Scale Specimens
    Issler L., Kussmaul K.

    Studies of Different Criteria for Crack Growth Instability in Ductile Materials
    Carlsson A., Kaiser S.

    Further Developments of a J-Based Design Curve and Its Relationship to Other Procedures
    Turner C.

    Application of Two Approximate Methods for Ductile Failure Assessment
    Blauet J., Hodulak L.

    Development of a Plastic Fracture Methodology for Nuclear Systems
    Jones R., Kanninen M., Marston T., Mowbray D.

    Some Salient Features of the Tearing Instability Theory
    Ernst H.

    Verification of Tearing Modulus Methodology for Application to Reactor Pressure Vessels with Low Upper-Shelf Fracture Toughness
    Huet R., Riccardella P., Tang S.

    Ductile Tearing Instability Analysis: A Comparison of Available Techniques
    Chell G., Milne I.

    Validation of a Deformation Plasticity Failure Assessment Diagram Approach to Flaw Evaluation
    Bloom J.

    Studies on the Failure Assessment Diagram Using the Estimation Method and J-Controlled Crack Growth Approach
    German M., Kumar V., Shih C.

    Lower-Bound Solutions and their Application to the Collapse Load of a Cracked Member Under Axial Force and Bending Moment
    Kageyama K., Okamura H., Takahata Y.

    Ductile Crack Growth Analysis Within the Ductile-Brittle Transition Regime: Predicting the Permissible Extent of Ductile Crack Growth
    Curry D., Milne I.

    Ductile Fracture of Circumferentially Cracked Pipes Subjected to Bending Loads
    Kanninen M., Zahoor A.

    Engineering Methods for the Assessment of Ductile Fracture Margin in Nuclear Power Plant Piping
    Mehta H., Ranganath S.

    Fracture of Circumferentially Cracked Type 304 Stainless Steel Pipes Under Dynamic Loading
    Abou-Sayed I., Ahmad J., Broek D., Kanninen M., Marschall C., Wilkowski G., Zahoor A.

    JR-Curve Testing of Large Compact Specimens
    Landes J., McCabe D.

    On the Unloading Compliance Method of Deriving Single-Specimen R-Curves in Three-Point Bending
    Garwood S., Willoughby A.

    Evaluation of Several JIc Testing Procedures Recommended in Japan
    Kobayashi H., Ohji K., Otsuka A.

    Evaluation of Blunting Line and Elastic-Plastic Fracture Toughness
    Kobayashi H., Nakamura H., Nakazawa H.

    Instability Testing of Compact and Pipe Specimens Utilizing a Test System Made Compliant by Computer Control
    Joyce J.

    Computer-Controlled Single-Specimen J-Test
    Futato R., Van Der Sluys W.

    Quantitative Fractographic Definition and Detection of Fracture Initiation in COD/KIc Test Specimens
    El-Soudani S., Knott J.

    Combined Elastic-Plastic and Acoustic Emission Methods for the Evaluation of Tearing and Cleavage Crack Extension
    Khan M., Nütsuma H., Shoji T., Takahashi H.

    An Analysis of Elastic-Plastic Fracture Toughness Behavior for JIc Measurement in the Transition Region
    Iwadate T., Ono S., Tanaka Y., Watanabe J.

    An Evaluation of the JR-Curve Method for Fracture Toughness Characterization
    Ernst H., Landes J., McCabe D.

    Specimen Geometry and Extended Crack Growth Effects on JI-R Curve Characteristics for HY-130 and ASTM A533B Steels
    Davis D., Gudas J., Vassilaros M.

    An Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics Study of Crack Initiation in 316 Stainless Steel
    Davies P.

    Thickness Effects on the Choice of Fracture Criteria
    Hu W., Kuo A., Liu H.

    Experimental Validation of Resistance Curve Analysis
    Milne I.

    Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics Analysis of Fatigue Crack Growth
    El Haddad M., Mukherjee B.

    Elastic-Plastic Crack Propagation Under High Cyclic Stresses
    Hoshide T., Nakata M., Tanaka K.

    Load History Effects on the JR-Curve
    Landes J., McCabe D.

    Micromechanisms of Ductile Stable Crack Growth in Nuclear Pressure Vessel Steels
    Belcher W., Druce S.

    Ductile Fracture with Serrations in AISI 310S Stainless Steel at Liquid Helium Temperature
    Tobler R.

    J-R Curve Characterization of Irradiated Low-Shelf Nuclear Vessel Steels
    Hiser A., Loss F., Menke B., Watson H.

    Initiation of Fatigue Cracks Around Inclusions in Rolling Fatigue
    Francois D., Freitas M.

    Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP803V2-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP803V2-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4870-3

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0726-7

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