STP995V2

    Nonlinear Fracture Mechanics: Volume II Elastic-Plastic Fracture

    Landes JD, Saxena A, Merkle JG
    Published: 1988


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    Two volume set: Volume 1 — Nonlinear Fracture Mechanics: Time Dependent Fracture. Volume 2 — Nonlinear Fracture Mechanics: Elastic-Plastic Fracture

    STP 995 contains recent work on traditional elastic plastic fracture mechanics as well newer areas, such as time dependent fracture mechanics and dynamic fracture. Papers discuss analytical considerations, experimental methods, and applications. Third in a series of ASTM books on nonlinear fracture mechanics.


    Table of Contents

    Overview

    Experimental and Numerical Validation of a Ductile Fracture Local Criterion Based on a Simulation of Cavity Growth

    Numerical Comparison of Global and Local Fracture Criteria in Compact Tension and Center-Crack Panel Specimens

    Evaluation of Crack Growth Based on an Engineering Approach and Dimensional Analysis

    Comparison Between Experimental and Analytical (Including Empirical) Results of Crack Growth Initiation Studies on Surface Cracks

    Defect, Constitutive Behavior, and Continuum Toughness Considerations for Weld Integrity Analysis

    Plasticity Near a Blunt Flaw Under Remote Tension

    Nonlinear Work-Hardening Crack-Tip Fields by Dislocation Modeling

    Geometry Effects on the R-Curve

    Evaluating Steel Toughness Using Various Elastic-Plastic Fracture Toughness Parameters

    Evaluation of Attempts to Predict Large-Crack-Growth J-R Curves from Small-Specimen Tests

    Fracture Mechanics Tests on Welded Joints

    Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics Evaluations of Stainless Steel Tungsten/Inert-Gas Welds

    Effect of Prestrain on the J-Resistance Curve of HY-100 Steel

    A Viewpoint on the Failure Assessment Diagram

    Simplified Procedures for Handling Self-Equilibrating Secondary Stresses in the Deformation Plasticity Failure Assessment Diagram Approach

    Further Developments on the Modified J-Integral

    Stable Crack Growth and Fracture Instability Predictions for Type 304 Stainless Steel Pipes with Girth Weld Cracks

    A Methodology for Ductile Fracture Analysis Based on Damage Mechanics: An Illustration of a Local Approach of Fracture

    A Closer Look at Tearing Instability and Arrest

    Crack Growth Instability in Piping Systems with Complex Loading

    Critical Depth of an Internal or External Flaw in an Internally Pressurized Tube

    Use of a Ductile Tearing Instability Procedure in Establishing Pressure-Temperature Limit Curves

    Prediction of Critical Crack Size in Plastically Strained Welded Panels

    A Study of the Initiation and Growth of Complex Cracks in Nuclear Piping Under Pure Bending

    Elastic-Plastic Assessment of a Cladded Pressurized-Water-Reactor Vessel Strength Since Occurrence of a Postulated Underclad Crack During Manufacturing

    An Analytical and Experimental Comparison of Rectangular and Square Crack-Tip Opening Displacement Fracture Specimens of an A36 Steel

    Metallurgical Aspects of Plastic Fracture and Crack Arrest in Two High-Strength Steels

    Effect of Fracture Micromechanisms on Crack Growth Resistance Curves of Irradiated Zirconium/2.5 Weight Percent Niobium Alloy

    A Combined Statistical and Constraint Model for the Ductile-Brittle Transition Region

    Kinetics of Fracture in Fe-3Si Steel Under Model I Loading

    Separation of Energies in Elastic-Plastic Fracture

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP995V2-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5064-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1258-2

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