Fracture Mechanics: Nineteenth Symposium

    Cruse TA
    Published: 1988

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    Identifies the major issues facing the subdivision of fracture mechanics: three dimensional issues; computational and analytical issues; damage tolerance and fatigue; elastoplastic fracture; dynamic inelastic fracture; and crack arrest theory and applications.

    Table of Contents

    Cruse T.

    Measurement of Three-Dimensional Effects in Fracture Mechanics
    Smith C.

    Three-Dimensional Elastic Surface Cracks
    Cruse T.

    Stress-Intensity Factors for Corner Cracks in Rectangular Bars
    Newman J., Raju I.

    Some Remarks on Three-Dimensional Fracture
    Folias E.

    Three-Dimensional Effects Affecting the Precision of Lifetime Predictions
    Kordisch H., Sommer E.

    Three Dimensions Versus Two Dimensions in Fracture Mechanics
    Swedlow J.

    Computation of the Amplitude of Stress Singular Terms for Cracks and Reentrant Corners
    Babuška I., Szabó B.

    Line Spring Model and Its Applications to Part-Through Crack Problems in Plates and Shells
    Aksel B., Erdogan F.

    Methodology for Mixed-Mode Stress-Intensity Factor Calculations
    Moyer E.

    Damage Tolerance of Stiffened-Skin Structures: Prediction and Experimental Verification
    Vlieger H.

    Mechanical Durability Assurance in Automotive Structures
    Landgraf R.

    Role of Damage Tolerance and Fatigue Crack Growth in the Power Generation Industry
    Coffin L.

    Structural Integrity of Rail in Railroad Track in the United States
    Orringer O., Steele R.

    Three-Dimensional Crack-Tip Deformation in a Plastically Deformed Three-Point Bending Specimen
    Chiang F., Wu X.

    On the Application of R-Curves and Maximum Load Toughness to Structures
    Anderson T., Garwood S., Gordon J.

    Application of the J Concept to Fatigue Crack Growth in Large-Scale Yielding
    Bathias C., Lambert Y., Saillard P.

    Fracture Toughness of Stainless Steel Welds
    Mills W.

    Use of R-Curves for Design in the Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics Regime
    Etemad M., Turner C.

    Fatigue Behavior of Axial and Pressure Cycled Butt and Girth Welds Containing Defects
    Goetz D., Hudson C., Leis B., Scott P.

    Effect of Temperature and Strain Rate on Upper Shelf Fracture Behavior of A533B Class 1 Pressure Vessel Steel
    Jung Y., Murty K.

    Using Combined Experiments and Analysis to Generate Dynamic Critical Stress Intensity Data
    Ingraffea A., Swenson D.

    Analysis of Crack Arrest Under Elastic-Plastic Conditions
    Bastias P., Hahn G., Kumar A., Rubin C.

    Ductile Crack Bifurcation and Arrest in Pressurized Pipe
    Chao Y., Emery A., Johansson O., Kobayashi A., Love W.

    Dynamic Measurement of Crack-Tip Opening Displacement
    Douglas A., Sharpe W., Waclawiw Z.

    Dynamic Moiré Interferometry Studies of Stress Wave and Crack-Tip Diffraction Events in 1018 Steel
    Deason V., Epstein J., Reuter W.

    Determination of Dynamic Fracture Behavior in 4340 Steel Compact Crack Arrest Specimens Using Birefringent Coatings and Finite-Element Analysis
    Barker D., Khatri S.

    Approximate Methods for Analysis of Dynamic Crack Growth and Arrest
    Nilsson F.

    Some Aspects of Performing Dynamic Measurements and Analyses on the Compact Crack Arrest Specimen for A533-B Steel
    Brickstad B., Dahlberg L.

    A Cooperative Study for the Evaluation of Crack Arrest Toughness of RPV Materials in Japan
    Ando Y., Sakai Y., Yagawa G.

    A Method for Determining the Crack Arrest Fracture Toughness of Ferritic Materials
    Barker D., Chona R., Corwin W., Fourney W., Irwin G., Marschall C., Rosenfield A., Wessel E.

    Experimental Evaluation of an Equation Applicable for Surface Cracks Under Tensile or Bending Loads
    Epstein J., Reuter W.

    A Three-Dimensional Weight Function Method
    Banks-Sills L.

    Constraint-Loss Model for the Growth of Surface Fatigue Cracks
    Gilbert M., Gooden O., Laflen J., Van Stone R.

    Line Spring Method of Stress-Intensity Factor Determination for Surface Cracks in Plates Under Arbitrary In-Plane Stresses
    Yang C.

    Mixed-Mode Stress-Intensity Factor Solutions for Offshore Structural Tubular Joints
    Rhee H., Salama M.

    Wide-Plate Crack-Arrest Testing: Evolution of Experimental Procedures
    deWit R., Fields R., Low S.

    Fracture Analyses of Heavy-Section Steel Technology Wide-Plate Crack-Arrest Experiments
    Bass B., Keeney-Walker J., Merkle J., Naus D., Pugh C.

    Comparison of Analysis and Experimental Data for a Unique Crack Arrest Specimen
    Ayres D., Fabi R., Norris D., Schonenberg R.

    Review of Pressurized-Water-Reactor-Related Thermal Shock Studies
    Ball D., Cheverton R., Iskander S.

    Pressurized Thermal Shock Experiments with Thick Vessels
    Bryan R., Merkle J., Nanstad R., Robinson G.

    Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior and Damage Accumulation Relationships in an Aluminum Alloy
    O'Connor B., Plumtree A.

    Fatigue Crack Growth at High Load Ratios in the Time-Dependent Regime
    Ashbaugh N., Nicholas T.

    Threshold and Nonpropagation of Fatigue Cracks Under Service Loading
    Castro D., Marci G., Munz D.

    Fatigue Crack Growth Rate Properties of SA508 and SA533 Pressure Vessel Steels and Submerged-Arc Weldments in a Pressurized Water Environment
    Begley J., Liaw P., Logsdon W.

    Fatigue Crack Growth in Aircraft Main Landing Gear Wheels
    Nagar A.

    Near-Threshold Crack Growth in Nickel-Base Superalloys
    Krueger D., Van Stone H.

    Effect of Frequency on Fatigue Crack Growth Rate of Inconel 718 at High Temperature
    Weerasooriya T.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP969-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5041-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0972-8

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