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    Fracture Toughness and Slow-Stable Cracking

    Paris PC, Irwin GR
    Published: 1974

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    Part one of the 1973 National Fracture Conference contains 18 papers dealing both with classic and novel methods. A significant contribution to the engineers and metallurgists.

    Table of Contents


    Fracture Toughness Test Methods for Abrasion-Resistant White Cast Irons Using Compact Specimens

    Development of Fast Fracture in a Low Alloy Steel

    Acoustic Emission from 4340 Steel During Stress Corrosion Cracking

    Effects of Shot-Peening Residual Stresses on the Fracture and Crack-Growth Properties of D6AC Steel

    Fracture Properties of a Cold-Worked Mild Steel

    More on Specimen Size Effects in Fracture Toughness Testing

    Dynamic Compact Tension Testing for Fracture Toughness

    Further Aspects of Fracture Resistance Measurement on Thin Sheet Material: Yield Stress and Crack Length

    Further Studies of Crack Propagation Using the Controlled Crack Propagation Approach

    Double Torsion Technique as a Universal Fracture Toughness Test Method

    Measurement of KIc on Small Specimens Using Critical Crack Tip Opening Displacement

    Correlation Between Fatigue Crack Propagation and Low Cycle Fatigue Properties

    Effect of Stress Concentration on Fatigue-Crack Initiation in HY-130 Steel

    Evaluation of the Fatigue Crack Initiation Properties of Type 403 Stainless Steel in Air and Steam Environments

    Subcritical Crack Growth Under Single and Multiple Periodic Overloads in Cold-Rolled Steel

    Effect of Mean Stress Intensity on Fatigue Crack Growth in a 5456-H117 Aluminum Alloy

    Effects of R-Factor and Crack Closure on Fatigue Crack Growth for Aluminum and Titanium Alloys

    Proposed Fracture Mechanics Criteria to Select Mechanical Fasteners for Long Service Lives

    Rapid Calculation of Fatigue Crack Growth by Integration

    Committee: E08

    DOI: 10.1520/STP559-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5583-1

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0367-2