Critical Experiments, Measurements, and Analyses to Establish a Crack-arrest Methodology for Nuclear-pressure-vessel Steels: Progress Report, June-December 1979
Division of Reactor Safety Research, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission., 1980 - Fracture mechanics
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1T COMPACT SPECIMENS A533B STEEL Aa/w Analyses to Establish approximate dynamic analysis Arrest in TSE-S arrest point ASTM Battelle Columbus Laboratories BCL CODE PREDICTION calculated Columbus Laboratories compact tension specimens Computations Cooperative Test Program CRACK JUMP LENGTH Crack Length crack velocity Crack-Arrest Methodology Crack-Arrest Toughness CRACK—INITIATION DATA Critical Experiments CUTTING PATTERN Equation Establish a Crack-Arrest Figure Figure Figure finite-difference fracture energy fracture toughness Hahn INITIATION AND ARREST Initiation Arrest joules JR CURVE KIC data KID value King Avenue Leave blank Linear elastic load/displacement curve MARYLAND CODES Methodology for Nuclear MODIFIED COMPACT TENSION MPam MPaml/2 Nuclear Regulatory Commission Number Observed and Predicted ORNL TSE—S Steel P-lO percent Predicted Crack Extension Quasistatic Analysis REPORT Research scatter second jump side groove stable crack growth static analysis Stress Intensity Table Test P-9 Theory and experiments tion Total Crack Extension toughness data U.S. Nuclear University of Maryland velocity dependence viscoelastic