Elastic-plastic fracture test methods: the user's experience (second volume)

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ASTM International, 1991
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Contents

Overview
1
A Comparison of the 7Integral and CTOD Parameters for Short Crack Specimen
19
An Experimental Method for Developing JR Curveszhen zhou
42
Quantification of Engineering Limits to J Control of Ductile Crack Growthjames
57
Specimen Size Requirements for ElasticPlastic Crack Growth Resistance Curves
81
A Fracture Instability Data Qualification Limitbruce d macdonald r
102
Obtaining 7Resistance Curves Using the KeyCurve and Elastic Unloading
133
Nonincremental Evaluation of Modified JR Curvenaotake ohtsuka
150
Experience with J Testing of Type 304308 Stainless Steel WeldmentStephen m
213
KeyCurve Analysis of Linde 80 WeldsKenneth k yoon w alan van
225
Observations in Conducting JR Curve Tests on Nuclear Piping Materials
238
Effect of Residual Stress on the JR Curve of HY100 Steelandrea d gallant
260
Dynamic Fracture Toughness of Modified SA508C12 in the DuctiletoBrittle
273
The Application of the Multispecimen Integral Technique to Toughened
290
Fracture Toughness of Polycarbonate as Characterized by the Integralhenry l
306
Determination of lc for Polymer Using the Single Specimen Methodwai
320

Experience in Using Direct Current Electric Potential to Monitor Crack Growth
163
Analysis of Deformation Behavior During Plastic Fracturejun ming hu
178
Fracture Toughness and Fatigue Crack Initiation Tests of Welded Precipitation
197
Author Index 341
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