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    Elastic-Plastic Fracture Test Methods: The User's Experience (Second Volume)

    Joyce JA
    Published: 1991

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    Presents papers from experts who share their practical experiences with the testing of elastic plastic and fully plastic materials. 20 papers cover:

    • Experience with standard test methods

    • Suggestions for improvements and modifications

    • Possible redefinition of the limits of applicability

    • Applications to a range of materials including polymers

    Table of Contents


    Experience with the Use of the New ASTM E 813-87

    A Comparison of the J-lntegral and CTOD Parameters for Short Crack Specimen Testing

    Normalization: An Experimental Method for Developing J-R Curves

    Quantification of Engineering Limits to J Control of Ductile Crack Growth

    Specimen Size Requirements for Elastic-Plastic Crack Growth Resistance Curves

    A Fracture Instability Data Qualification Limit

    Development of Eta Factors in Elastic-Plastic Fracture Testing Using a Load Separation Technique

    Obtaining J-Resistance Curves Using the Key-Curve and Elastic Unloading Compliance Methods: An Integrity Assessment Study

    Nonincremental Evaluation of Modified J-R Curve

    Experience in Using Direct Current Electric Potential to Monitor Crack Growth in Ductile Metals

    Analysis of Deformation Behavior During Plastic Fracture

    Fracture Toughness and Fatigue Crack Initiation Tests of Welded Precipitation-Hardening Stainless Steel

    Experience with J Testing of Type 304/308 Stainless Steel Weldment

    Key-Curve Analysis of Linde 80 Welds

    Observations in Conducting J-R Curve Tests on Nuclear Piping Materials

    Effect of Residual Stress on the J-R Curve of HY-100 Steel

    Dynamic Fracture Toughness of Modified SA508C12 in the Ductile-to-Brittle Transition Region

    The Application of the Multispecimen J-Integral Technique to Toughened Polymers

    Fracture Toughness of Polycarbonate as Characterized by the J-Integral

    Determination of JIc for Polymers Using the Single Specimen Method

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1114-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5172-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1418-0