Special Applications and Advanced Techniques for Crack Size Determination, Issue 1251

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ASTM International, Jan 1, 1995 - Fracture mechanics - 163 pages
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Comprises ten papers discussing topics including methods for the measurement of surface crack size, multiple site cracking, and cracking under nonisothermal conditions using AC potential difference procedures; influences of crack deflection and crack splitting on DC potential calibrations; complianc
 

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Contents

Overview
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Fatigue Crack Growth Measurements in TMF Testing of Titanium Alloys
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Measurement of MultipleSite Cracking in Simulated Aircraft Panels Using
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The Influence of Crack Deflection and Bifurcation on DC Potential Drop
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Application of a Crack Length Measurement with a Laser Micrometer
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Improved Load Ratio Method for Predicting Crack Lengthx chen
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Ultrasonic Size Determination of Cracks with Large Closure Regions
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Nondestructive Crack Size and Interfacial Degradation Evaluation in Metal
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Characterization of a Crack in an Aluminum Bar Using an AC Magnetic
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