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    Fracture Mechanics: Twenty-First Symposium

    Gudas JP, Joyce JA, Hackett EM
    Published: 1990

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    Presents work in elastic-plastic fracture, dynamic fracture, transition fracture in steel micro mechanical aspects of the fracture process, computational mechanics, fracture mechanics testing, and applications of the technology.

    Table of Contents

    An Analytical Comparison of Short Crack and Deep Crack CTOD Fracture Specimens of an A36 Steel

    Direct J-R Curve Analysis: A Guide to the Methodology

    Application of the Method of Caustics to J-Testing with Standard Specimen Geometries

    Extrapolation of C(T) Specimen J-R Curves

    Application of J-Integral and Modified J-Integral to Cases of Large Crack Extension

    Impact Fracture of a Tough Ductile Steel

    Dynamic Fracture Behavior of a Structural Steel

    Dynamic Key-Curves for Brittle Fracture Impact Tests and Establishment of a Transition Time

    Explosive Testing of Full Thickness Precracked Weldments

    Magnetic Emission Detection of Crack Initiation

    Effect of Biaxial Loading on A533B in Ductile-Brittle Transition

    Fracture Toughness in the Transition Regime for A533B-1 Steel: The Effect of Specimen Sidegrooving

    Analysis of Fracture Toughness Data for Modified SA508 Cl2 in the Ductile-to-Brittle Transition Region

    Effects of Warm Pre-Stressing on the Transition Toughness Behavior of an A533 Grade B Class 1 Pressure Vessel Steel

    Unique Elastic-Plastic R-Curves: Fact or Fiction?

    Adhesive Fracture Testing

    Evaluation of Elastic-Plastic Surface Flaw Behavior and Related Parameters Using Surface Displacement Measurements

    Effect of Dynamic Strain Aging on Fracture Resistance of Carbon Steels Operating at Light-Water Reactor Temperatures

    Prediction of Fracture Toughness by Local Fracture Criterion

    Microscopic Aspects of Ductile Tearing Resistance in AISI Type 303 Stainless Steel

    Microstructure and Fracture Toughness of Cast and Forged Ultra-High-Strength, Low-Alloy (UHSLA) Steels

    Simulation of Crack Growth and Crack Closure under Large Cyclic Plasticity

    Comparison of Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics Techniques

    Treatment of Singularities in a Middle-Crack Tension Specimen

    Assessment of Influence Function for Elliptical Cracks Subjected to Uniform Tension and to Pure Bending

    Finite Element Meshing Criteria for Crack Problems

    Application of the CEGB Failure Assessment Procedure, R6, to Surface Flaws

    Method and Models for R-Curve Instability Calculations

    Closure Measurements via a Generalized Threshold Concept

    Use of the Direct-Current Electric Potential Method to Monitor Large Amounts of Crack Growth in Highly Ductile Metals

    Load-Point Compliance for the Arc-Bend/Arc-Support Fracture Toughness Specimen

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1074-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5134-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1299-5