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Author Kumar, Prashant, author. Content Types text Carrier Types online resource Physical Description 1 online resource xvi, pages: Background Kinds of failure Historical aspects Brittle and ductile fracture Modes of fracture failure How potent is a crack? Point of view Damage tolerance References 2. Energy release rate Introduction Griffith’s dilemma Surface energy Griffith’s realization Griffith’s analysis Energy release rate Energy release rate of dcb specimen Anelastic deformation at crack-tip Crack resistance Stable and unstable crack growth R-curve for brittle cracks Thin plate vs thick plate Critical energy release rate Closure Questions Problems 3.
Elements Of Fracture Mechanics
Stress intensity factor Stress and displacement fields in isotropic elastic materials Stress intensity factor Background for mathematical analysis Westergaard’s approach Concluding remarks 4. Sif of more complex cases Other applications of westergaard approach Application of the principle of superposition Crack in a plate of finite dimensions Edge cracks Embedded cracks The relation between gi and ki Critical stress intensity factor Bending and twisting of cracked plates Appendix 4a: Anelastic deformation at the crack tip Further investigation at the crack tip Approximate shape and size of the plastic zone Effective crack length Effect of plate thickness 6.
J-integral Relevance and scope Definition of the j-integral Path independence Stress-strain relation Further discussion on j-integral Engineer approach a short cut Appendix 6a: Crack tip opening displacement Relationship between ctod, ki and gi for small scale yielding Equivalence between ctod and j 8.
Test methods Kic-test technique Test methods to determine jic Test methods to determine gic and giic Determination of critical ctod Appendix 8a: Fatigue failure and environment-assisted fracture Fatigue failure Environment-assisted fracture Environment-assisted fatigue failure Finite element analysis of cracks in solids Finite element method Direct methods to determine fracture parameters Indirect methods to determine fracture parameters Mixed mode crack initiation and growth Fracture surface Mixed mode crack propagation criteria An example of mixed mode Crack growth Crack detection through non-destructive testing Examination through human senses Liquid penetration inspection Ultrasonic testing Radiographic imaging Magnetic particle inspection References.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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