Fracture Mechanics: Twenty-fourth Volume

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ASTM International, 1994 - Electronic book - 809 pages
 

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Contents

Reflections on Progress in Fracture Mechanics ResearchPAUL c PARIS
5
Theory and ApplicationsNOEL e ODOWD
19
TwoParameter CrackTip Field Associated with Stable Crack Growth in a Thin
48
An Approximate Technique for Predicting Size Effects on Cleavage Fracture
62
A Void Growth Model Relating Fracture Toughness and Constraint
87
Crack Depth Effects Measured by Dynamic Fracture Toughness Tests
108
Interim Results from the Heavy Section Steel Technology HSST ShallowCrack
131
Application of JQ Fracture Methodology to the Analysis of Pressurized Thermal
152
RCurve Energy Dissipation Rate and Crack Opening Angle Models for Large
447
Dislocation Emission and Dynamics Under the Stress Singularity at the Crack
464
Crack Growth Under Small Scale and Transition Creep Conditions in Creep
479
Effects of Mean Load on Creep and Fatigue Crack Growth at Elevated
498
Evaluation of the Relationship Between C h and h during Creep Crack
510
Protrusion Interference in Brittle Materials
529
ElasticPlastic Mode II Fracture in an Aluminum BeamJENNIFER CORDES
547
Stress Intensity Factor Solutions for Surface Cracks in Flat Plates Subjected
560

SingleSpecimen Test Analysis to Determine LowerBound Toughness in
171
A Theoretical Framework for Addressing Fracture in the DuctileBrittle Transition
186
A Perspective on Transition Temperature and Kjc Data Characterizatiotr
215
Evaluation of ElasticPlastic Fracture Touchness Testing in the Transition Region
233
A Statistical Study on the Effect of Local Brittle Zones LBZs on the Fracture
264
Crack Tip Opening Displacement CTOD Testing Method for HeatAffected Zone
291
Results of MPCJSPS Cooperative Testing Program in the BrittletoDuctile
308
Effect of Strain Rate on Small Specimen Fracture Toughness in the Transition
324
Analysis of Results from the MPCJSPS Round Robin Testing Program in
342
Determination of LowerBound Fracture Toughness for HeavySection Ductile Cast
355
An Interpretation of the Scatter in BrittleDuctile Transition Region as a Statistical
369
DuctileBrittle Fracture Transition as a Result of Increasing InPlane Constraint
376
Resistance Curve Analysis of Surface CracksHUGO A ERNST P J RUSH
388
Simpler Jic Test and Data Analysis Procedures for HighStrength Steels
410
Developing JR Curves from Displacement
422
Weight Functions for Eccentric CracksXIAOGUANG CHEN AND PEDRO ALBRECHT
581
APPLICATIONS
596
The Crack Tip Opening Displacement and J Integral Under Strain Control
636
Fracture Mode Evaluation of Flawed Piping Under Dynamic Loading
652
Fracture Capacity of High Flux Isotope Reactor HFIR Vessel with Random
672
FATIGUE
687
Surface Crack Growth in Inconel 718 During Large UnloadReload Cycles
706
Effects of Cyclic Loading on the Deformation and ElasticPlastic Fracture Behavior
722
The Application of a Ductile Fracture Method to Polymer MaterialsZnEN ZHOU
743
Methodology for Predicting Canopy Fracturing Patterns During Ejection
766
Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors for Interface Cracks Under MixedMode
778
Impact Testing of AI203 and SiCwAI203 CeramicsLYLE R DEOBALDAND
793
Index
803
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