Chevron-Notched Specimens: Testing and Stress Analysis

    Underwood JH, Freiman SW, Baratta FI
    Published: 1984

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    Twenty papers in this volume are presented in three sections, including stress analysis, test method development, and fracture toughness measurements. One purpose of this volume, given the precracking and other differences in chevron-notched testing compared with existing tests, is to identify conditions that will yield reproducible results.

    Table of Contents

    Baratta F., Freiman S., Underwood J.

    Baratta F., Freiman S., Underwood J.

    A Review of Chevron-Notched Fracture Specimens
    Newman J.

    Three-Dimensional Finite-Element Analysis of Chevron-Notched Fracture Specimens
    Newman J., Raju I.

    Three-Dimensional Finite and Boundary Element Calibration of the Short-Rod Specimen
    Gerstle W., Han T., Huang Y., Ingraffea A., Perucchio R.

    Three-Dimensional Analysis of Short-Bar Chevron-Notched Specimens by the Boundary Integral Method
    Ghosn L., Mendelson A.

    Photoelastic Calibration of the Short-Bar Chevron-Notched Specimen
    Chona R., Sanford R.

    Comparison of Analytical and Experimental Stress-Intensity Coefficients for Chevron V-Notched Three-Point Bend Specimens
    Bar-On I., Roman I., Tuler F.

    Specimen Size Effects in Short-Rod Fracture Toughness Measurements
    Barker L.

    A Computer-Assisted Technique for Measuring KI-V Relationships
    Buhl M., Coyle R.

    A Short-Rod Based System for Fracture Toughness Testing of Rock
    Beech J., Gunsallus K., Ingraffea A., Nelson P.

    Chevron-Notch Bend Testing in Glass: Some Experimental Problems
    Chuck L., Freiman S., Fuller E.

    Compliance and Stress-Intensity Factor of Chevron-Notched Three-Point Bend Specimen
    Shang-Xian W.

    An Investigation on the Method for Determination of Fracture Toughness KIc of Metallic Materials with Chevron-Notched Short-Rod and Short-Bar Specimens
    Chizhi W., Maochan Y., Tzeguang C.

    Investigation of Acoustic Emission During Fracture Toughness Testing of Chevron-Notched Specimens
    Hayes G., Stokes J.

    The Use of the Chevron-Notched Short-Bar Specimen for Plane-Strain Toughness Determination in Aluminum Alloys
    Brown K.

    Fracture Toughness of an Aluminum Alloy from Short-Bar and Compact Specimens
    Eschweiler J., Marci G., Munz D.

    Specimen Size and Geometry Effects on Fracture Toughness of Aluminum Oxide Measured with Short-Rod and Short-Bar Chevron-Notched Specimens
    Munz D., Shannon J.

    The Effect of Binder Chemistry on the Fracture Toughness of Cemented Tungsten Carbides
    Cutler R., Jones D., Shumaker C., Tingle J.

    A Comparison Study of Fracture Toughness Measurement for Tungsten Carbide-Cobalt Hard Metals
    Hong J., Schwarzkopf P.

    Fracture Toughness of Polymer Concrete Materials Using Various Chevron-Notched Configurations
    Fuller E., Krause R.

    A Chevron-Notched Specimen for Fracture Toughness Measurements of Ceramic-Metal Interfaces
    Barker L., Mecholsky J.


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP855-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4917-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0401-3

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