STP945

    Fracture Mechanics: Eighteenth Symposium

    Reed RP

    Pages: 1075

    Published: 1988

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    Over 60 papers present current thinking and research results behind procedures for characterizing the fracture toughness of materials, predicting safety margins against fracture, and predicting fatigue crack growth. Areas of emphasis include ductile-to-brittle transition, mircomechanisms, crack arrest, and sub critical crack growth.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Reed R.

    Summary
    Reed R.

    Metallurgical Aspects of Crack-Tip Failure Processes
    Gerberich W.

    Cleavage Toughness Variability and Inclusion Size Distribution of a Weld Metal
    Marandet B., Tyson W.

    Crack Arrest Testing, Results, and Applications
    Kanazawa T., Machida S., Yajima H.

    High-Temperature Crack-Arrest Toughness Measurements Using Compact Specimens
    Marschall C., Mincer P., Rosenfield A.

    The Stress Field Surrounding a Rapidly Propagating Curving Crack
    Chona R., Shukla A.

    Application of the VR Resistance Curve Method to Fracture of Various Crack Configurations
    McNeill S., Newman J., Sutton M.

    The Failure of Aluminum Compact Shear Specimens Under Mixed-Mode Loading
    Finnie I., Riddle R., Streit R.

    Investigation of Ductile Fracture Properties of Welded Type 304 Stainless Steel Pipe and Large Plan Compact Specimens
    Gudas J., Hays R., Vassilaros M.

    J-Integral Values for Small Cracks in Steel Panels
    Read D.

    A Study of Variability, Size, and Temperature Effects on the Fracture Toughness of an Arctic-Grade Steel Plate
    Faucher B., Tyson W.

    Overload Effects in Sustained-Load Crack Growth in Inconel 718
    Nicholas T., Weerasooriya T.

    The Effect of Loading History on Closure Behavior in Rene' 95
    Nicholas T., Zawada L.

    Evaluation of Crack Growth Models for Elevated-Temperature Fatigue
    Haritos G., Nicholas T., Painter G.

    Crack Arrest Fracture Toughness of 7075-T6 Aluminum Alloy
    McCluskey D., Mukherjee B.

    Propagating Shear Fracture in Natural Gas Transmission Pipelines
    Akiyama T., Matsuoka M., Sugie E., Tanaka K., Tsukamoto M.

    Stress-Intensity Factors for an Edge Crack in a Stiffened Sheet
    Yu J.

    Boundary Force Method for Analyzing Two-Dimensional Cracked Plates
    Newman J., Raju I., Tan P.

    Prediction of Failure Loads of Adhesive Joints Using the Singular Intensity Factor
    Groth H.

    Stress-Intensity Factors and Displacements for Arc Bend Specimens Using Collocation
    Kapp J.

    Determination of Mixed Mode Stress-Intensity Factors Using Explicit Weight Functions
    Sha G., Yang C.

    Single-Specimen Test Measurement of Ji and Ja with a Pulsed D-C Potential-Drop Technique
    Gunleiksrud &., Hauge M., Paauw A., Thaulow C.

    An Evaluation of J-R Curve Testing Using Three-Point Bend Specimens
    Hackett E., Kirk M.

    Modifications of ASTM E 813-81 Standard Test Method for an Improved Definition of JIc Using New Blunting-Line Equation
    Cornec A., Heerens J., Schwalbe K.

    Precracking and Computerized Single-Specimen JIc Determination for Irradiated Three-Point Bend Specimens
    Haggag F., Richardson A.

    Evaluation of the Fracture Toughness of Ductile Iron Using Fatigue Precracked Charpy, Dynamic Tear, and Compact Tension Specimens
    Bradley W., Tanner G.

    Determination of the Fracture Toughness of Irradiated Reactor Pressure Tubes Using Curved Compact Specimens
    (Peter) Chow C., Simpson L.

    Fracture Mechanics in Failure Analysis
    Barsom J., Rolfe S.

    Developments in the Application of the CTOD Approach to Fracture Assessment of Welded Construction
    Anderson T., Harrison J.

    The Significance of CTOD in Transversely Loaded Weldments with Weld Metal Overmatching in Strength
    Denys R.

    Effect of Crack and Plate Geometry on the Fracture Resistance of Wide Plates in Bending
    Lereim J.

    Wide Plates in Bending: Application of CTOD Design Approach
    Berge S., Ebrahimi F., Read D.

    Specimen Thickness Effects for Elastic-Plastic CTOD Toughness of an A36 Steel
    Dodds R., Rolfe S., Sorem W., Wellman G.

    A Study of Crack Initiation in the Ductile-to-Brittle Transition Region of a Weld
    Ebrahimi F.

    JR-Curve Testing of Three-Point Bend Specimens by the Unloading Compliance Method
    Steenkamp P.

    Unloading-Compliance and Load-Drop Analysis of JIc Tests of Irradiated 348 Stainless Steel
    Haggag F., Reuter W., Underwood J.

    Effects of Monotonic and Cyclic Prestrain on Fracture Toughness: A Summary
    Landes J., Liaw P.

    Development of a Criterion for the Effect on the J-R Curve of Elastic Unloadings
    Joyce J.

    An Elastic-Plastic Finite-Element Analysis of the J-Resistance Curve Using a CTOD Criterion
    Booth B., Newman J., Shivakumar K.

    A Study of Plasticity Effects on the Crack Geometry Correction Factors Used with the COD-Design Curve
    Hilton P., Mayville R.

    An Assessment of the Corresponding Stress-Intensity Factor for Accounting for Boundary Effects in Cracked Bodies
    Lloyd W., Olaosebikan O., Smith C.

    A Review of Path-Independent Integrals in Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics
    Kim K., Orange T.

    Application of Direct Measurement of J-Integral on a Pressure Vessel with Axial Notch
    Petrovski B., Sedmak S.

    A Comparison of J-Integral and CTOD as Fracture Toughness Parameters
    Anderson T.

    Elevated Temperature Fatigue Crack Growth of Single Crystal René N4 Superalloy
    Khobaib M., Nicolas T., Venkataraman S.

    Fatigue Crack Growth at Root Radii in Sheets with Variable Thickness
    Hsu S., Kan H., Ratwani M.

    Development of the NASA/FLAGRO Computer Program
    Forman R., Newman J., Piotrowski S., Shivakumar V., Williams L.

    The Influence of Cracks on the Buckling Capacity of Axially Compressed Columns
    Evensen J., Gradin P., Lereim J.

    A Comparison of Fatigue Crack Propagation in Modes I and III
    Ritchie R.

    Evaluation of the KISCC Testing Procedure by Round Robin Tests on Steels
    Aoki T., Iwadate T., Watanabe J., Yokobori T.

    Long-Term Creep-Crack Growth Behavior of Type 316 Stainless Steel
    Jaske C.

    The Behavior of Short and Long Fatigue Cracks at Threshold and Near-Threshold Levels
    Bu R., Lee H., Stephens R., Werner G.

    Crack Opening Displacement Measurements on Small Cracks in Fatigue
    Jira J., Larsen J., Weerasooriya T.

    The Measurement of Crack Closure During Fatigue Crack Growth
    Allison J.

    Alterations in Crack-Tip Deformation During Variable-Amplitude Fatigue Crack Growth
    Davidson D., Hudak S.

    A Crack-Tip Opening Displacement Method for the Analysis of Ductile Materials
    Garwood S.

    Elastic-Plastic R-Curves for Large Amounts of Crack Growth
    Etemad M., John S., Turner C.

    On the Accuracy of Ductile Failure Assessments
    Blauel J., Hodulak L.

    Fatigue Behavior of 5Ni-Cr-Mo-V Steel Weldments Containing Fabrication Discontinuities
    Crooker T., Gill S., Hauser J., Kruse B., Lundin C., Menon R.

    Growth of Parabolic Fatigue Cracks from Flaws at Fastener Holes
    Berkovits A., Prinz D.

    Computation of the Crack-Tip Energy Release Rate for Cyclic Crack Growth
    Wilkening W.

    Calibration of a Mode II Test Specimen
    Buzzard R., Gross B.

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    Paper ID: STP945-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP945-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5036-2

    ISBN-PRINT: 978-0-8031-0949-0

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