STP Published: 1981

Fracture Mechanics

Editor(s): Richard Roberts

Fracture mechanics has become one of the preeminent disciplines utilized in the evaluation of structural integrity during the past 20 years. This publication covers the following topics: fatigue of engineering materials with principle applications to metals, stress-intensity factors; elastic-plastic fracture mechanics, and fracture mechanics and structure integrities.

Table of Contents

R Roberts

JB Chang, RM Engle, J Stolpestad

RJ Bucci

JH Underwood, JA Kapp

AU de Koning

A Saxena, RS Williams, TT Shih

BN Leis, TP Forte

J Janiszewski, RW Hertzberg, JA Manson

G Marci

P Balladon, J Freycenon, J Heritier

RC Donath, T Nicholas, LS Fu

DM Norris, JE Reaugh, WL Server

KP Datta, WE Wood

MP Wnuk, S Sedmak

RL Tobler, DT Read, RP Reed

WG Clark

AG Denyer

EP Kennedy, CR Kennedy

TT Shih, WA Logsdon

JG Avery, SJ Bradley, KM King

JC Lewis, G Sines

DO Harris, EY Lim

JW Phillips, RJ Sanford

J Heliot, R Labbens, F Robisson

CW Smith, WH Peters, GC Kirby, A Andonian

SS Palusamy, M Raymund

LM Barker

HA Ernst, PC Paris, JD Landes

KW Carlson, JA Williams

JA Joyce, MG Vassilaros

P Nguyen-Duy

GA Clarke

WR Andrews, V Kumar, MM Little

ME Taylor, JM Barsom

CR Saff, DR Holloway

R Roberts

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Developed by Committee: E08
Pages: 650
DOI: 10.1520/STP743-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4809-3
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0732-8