STP Published: 1989

Fracture Mechanics: Perspectives and Directions (Twentieth Symposium)

Editor(s): Robert P. Wei, Richard P. Gangloff

Provides overviews of the major developments in fracture mechanics and associated applications over the past 20 years, and highlights directions for future developments and applications. 6 major sections include:

• Analytical Fracture Mechanics

• Nonlinear and Time Dependent Fracture Mechanics

• Microstructure and Micro mechanical Modeling

• Fatigue Crack Propagation

• Environmentally Assisted Cracking

• Fracture Mechanics of Nonmetals and New Frontiers.

Table of Contents

RP Wei, RP Gangloff

GC Sih

JR Rice

JW Hutchinson, V Tvergaard

LB Freund

H Riedel

AS Argon

K Tanaka

EA Starke, JC Williams

RH Jones, MJ Danielson, DR Baer

RP Wei, RP Gangloff

AG Evans

IS Raju, SN Atluri, JC Newman

CW Smith, TJ Theiss, M Rezvani

GT Sha, C-T Yang, JS Ong

RA Sire, DO Harris, ED Eason

T Ingham, N Knee, I Milne, E Morland

AA Willoughby, TG Davey

JR Gordon, SJ Garwood

PT Purtscher, RP Reed, DT Read

E-P Chen

WJ Mills

ES Stanzl, M Czegley, HR Mayer, EK Tschegg

L Banks-Sills, D Schur

Y Tanaka, I Soya

A Palazotto, E Bednarz

FJ Zwerneman, KH Frank

S-J Gao, H-Z Xiao, X-J Wan

PK Liaw, TR Leax, JK Donald

RA Mayville, TJ Warren, PD Hilton

V Tremblay, P Nguyen-Duy, JI Dickson

NE Ashbaugh, T Nicholas

J-M Bai, T-T Loo

H-Y Fang, GK Mikroudis, S Pamukcu

Y Murakami, M Kaneta

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Developed by Committee: E08
Pages: 725
DOI: 10.1520/STP1020-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5081-2
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1250-6