Engineering Applications of Fracture Analysis: Proceedings of the First National Conference on Fracture Held in Johannesburg, South Africa, 7-9 November 1979

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G. G. Garrett, D. L. Marriott
Pergamon Press, Jan 1, 1980 - Fracture mechanics - 429 pages
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Engineering Applications of Fracture Analysis is a record of the proceedings of the First National Conference on Fracture, held at Johannesburg, South Africa in November 1979. The papers presented in the conference provide a general picture of fracture studies in South Africa.

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Contents

Fractures in Springs of Steel Strip
3
Metallurgical Failures in the Mining Industry
19
Unusual Fractures in the Mining Industry
45
The Strength and Fracture of TwoPhase Alloys
63
Failure by Fatigue
79
On the Microstructural Control of
95
Factors Controlling HAZ and Weld Metal Toughness
117
Design and the Prevention of Metallurgical Failures
137
Simplified Stress Intensity Evaluation of a Nuclear Reactor
269
Avoiding Fracture in Pressure Vessels
283
Fracture Toughness Considerations in the Design
295
Cracking in Weldments of Structural Steels
313
Factors Influencing the Impact Toughness of Multipass
327
A Study of Crack Arrest Related to Nuclear Plant Integrity
337
Stress Corrosion and Corrosion Fatigue in Light
353
A Review of the Use of Isoparametric Finite
371

Fracture Mechanics and the Assessment
187
Defect Assessment by Means of NonDestructive Testing
203
Estimation of Risk of Failure of Components due
219
A Tool for Failure Analysis
231
The COD Approach and its Application to Welded Structures
249
Fracture and Plastic Deformation
389
Rock Fracturing Processes in Deep Mines
409
Author Index
429
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