Author Information

Ted L. Anderson

Affiliation: Texas A&M University

Division/Department: Department of Mechanical Engineering

Address:
College Station, Texas 77843-3123
United States

Other Names:
T. L. Anderson

Publications


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

STP27727S
Ted L. Anderson
Texas A & M University


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

STP23273S
Ted L. Anderson
Texas A & M University


A Theoretical Framework for Addressing Fracture in the Ductile-Brittle Transition Region

STP13706S
Ted L. Anderson
Texas A & M University


A Void Growth Model Relating Fracture Toughness and Constraint

STP13701S
Ted L. Anderson
Texas A & M University


An Approximate Technique for Predicting Size Effects on Cleavage Fracture Toughness (Jc) Using the Elastic T Stress

STP13700S
Ted L. Anderson
Texas A&M University


Assessing the Dominant Mechanism for Size Effects on CTOD Values in the Ductile-to-Brittle Transition Region

STP17425S
Ted L. Anderson
Texas A & M University


Developments in the Application of the CTOD Approach to Fracture Assessment of Welded Construction

STP23258S
Ted L. Anderson
Texas A & M University


Elastic-Plastic Fracture Toughness Tests with Single-Edge Notched Bend Specimens

STP34527S
Ted L. Anderson
The Welding Institute


Numerical Modeling of Ductile Tearing Effects on Cleavage Fracture Toughness

STP14633S
Ted L. Anderson
Texas A & M University


On the Application of R-Curves and Maximum Load Toughness to Structures

STP33080S
Ted L. Anderson
Texas A & M University


Predictions of Specimen Size Dependence on Fracture Toughness for Cleavage and Ductile Tearing

STP18041S
T. L. Anderson
Texas A & M University


Simple Constraint Corrections for Subsize Fracture Toughness Specimens

STP12723S
Ted L. Anderson
Texas A & M University


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STP27727S A Combined Statistical and Constraint Model for the Ductile-Brittle Transition Region Ted L. Anderson Texas A & M University 01 January 1988
STP23273S A Comparison of J-Integral and CTOD as Fracture Toughness Parameters Ted L. Anderson Texas A & M University 01 January 1988
STP13706S A Theoretical Framework for Addressing Fracture in the Ductile-Brittle Transition Region Ted L. Anderson Texas A & M University 01 January 1994
STP13701S A Void Growth Model Relating Fracture Toughness and Constraint Ted L. Anderson Texas A & M University 01 January 1994
STP13700S An Approximate Technique for Predicting Size Effects on Cleavage Fracture Toughness (Jc) Using the Elastic T Stress Ted L. Anderson Texas A&M University 01 January 1994
STP17425S Assessing the Dominant Mechanism for Size Effects on CTOD Values in the Ductile-to-Brittle Transition Region Ted L. Anderson Texas A & M University 01 January 1986
STP23258S Developments in the Application of the CTOD Approach to Fracture Assessment of Welded Construction Ted L. Anderson Texas A & M University 01 January 1988
STP34527S Elastic-Plastic Fracture Toughness Tests with Single-Edge Notched Bend Specimens Ted L. Anderson The Welding Institute 01 January 1985
STP14633S Numerical Modeling of Ductile Tearing Effects on Cleavage Fracture Toughness Ted L. Anderson Texas A & M University 01 January 1995
STP33080S On the Application of R-Curves and Maximum Load Toughness to Structures Ted L. Anderson Texas A & M University 01 January 1988
STP18041S Predictions of Specimen Size Dependence on Fracture Toughness for Cleavage and Ductile Tearing T. L. Anderson Texas A & M University 01 January 1993
STP12723S Simple Constraint Corrections for Subsize Fracture Toughness Specimens Ted L. Anderson Texas A & M University 01 January 1993