Elastic-plastic Fracture Test Methods: The User's Experience : a Symposium, Issue 856

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E. T. Wessel, F. J. Loss
ASTM International, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 424 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Welding Institute Research on the Fatigue Precracking of Fracture
23
The Interpretation and Analysis of Upper Shelf Toughness Data
47
ElasticPlastic Properties of Submerged Arc Weld Metal
68
A Sensitivity Study of the Unloading Compliance SingleSpecimen
84
On the Determination of ElasticPlastic Fracture Material
104
The Use of the Partial Unloading Compliance Method for the
117
ElasticPlastic Fracture Toughness Characteristics of Irradiated
131
Discussion
258
A Comparison of CrackMouth Opening and LoadLine
278
Determination of Jic Values by the Double Clipon Gage
294
Determining Crack Extension Using Displacement Based KeyCurve
308
Integral Values of Steels Tested Under Constant Load
322
Measurement of Stable Crack Growth Including Detection of
338
Comparison of Potential Drop and Unloading Compliance Methods
363
The Unloading Compliance Method for Crack Length Measurement
375

Effects of Strain Aging in the Unloading Compliance J Test
150
Some Observations on JR CurvesGregory p gibson and
166
Experimental Observations of Ductile Crack Growth in Type 304
183
Cleavage Fracture of Steel in the DuctileBrittle Transition
196
Engineering Aspects of CrackTip Opening Displacement Fracture
230
Potential Drop Procedure for Crack Initiation and flCurve
394
Workshop DiscussionSuggestions for a Modification of ASTM
411
Summary
417
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