Applications of Continuum Damage Mechanics to Fatigue and Fracture, Issue 1315

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David L. McDowell
ASTM International, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 237 pages
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Contains papers from the May 1996 Symposium on Applications of Continuum Damage Mechanics (CDM) to Fatigue and Fracture. Papers in Section I deal with various aspects of modeling damage in composite materials, such as high temperature environmental degradation, fatigue, and viscous damage in metal a
 

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Contents

Overview
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A Model for Predicting the Effect of Environmental Degradation on Damage
29
In Situ Damage Progression in General Layup Compositesj fan
46
A CoupledUncoupled Computational Scheme for Deformation and Fatigue Damage
65
Damage Fatigue and Failure of CeramicMatrix Compositesa burr f hild
83
A Micromechanical Fatigue Damage Model for Unidirectional MetalMatrix
97
Microscopic and Mesoscopic Damage Localizationh y agha f hild
119
Effects of Damage Distribution on Evolutiont e lacy r talreja
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A Statistical Evolution Equation of Microdamage and Its Applicationy bai
150
A Unified Approach to Metal Fatigue Based on the Theory of Damage Mechanics
164
Solid Mechanics Modeling of Erosion Damagep j woytowitz and r h richman
186
Assessment of a Semielliptical Crack in the Interface Between Ferritic and Austenitic
200
Stress History Dependent Localization and Failure Using Continuum Damage
216
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