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The Stress Analysis of Cracks Handbook

The Stress Analysis of Cracks Handbook,H Tada,G Irwin

The Stress Analysis of Cracks Handbook   (Citations: 1544)
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    • ...Rice’s analysis is for mode I but the same results apply for mode II [Tada et al., 2000, pp. 42, 73] as in Appendix B. [7] The approach here is to translate the extensive data on critical lengths made starting from a free surface (Figure 1) to the sweet spot length appropriate for a cut made from an interior position (Figure 2) far from any free surface boundaries...
    • ...[49] For a mode II crack starting from a free surface (Figure 1) in a half plane (x > 0), the LEFM mode II critical stress intensity factor, KIIc,isgivenby[Tada et al.,2000,p.73]...
    • ...[50] For a crack cut from an interior position (Figure 2), the corresponding critical stress intensity factor is given by [Tada et al., 2000, p. 42]...

    D. M. McClung. The critical size of macroscopic imperfections in dry snow slab avalan...

    • ...The stress intensity factors for these singularities at A and B are given by [40] where E′ = E/(1 − ν2), with E being the Young's modulus of the sample and ν its Poisson's ratio...

    Elmar Kroneret al. Adhesion of Flat and Structured PDMS Samples to Spherical and Flat Pro...

    • ...The stress intensity factor can be resolved to the desired accuracy when the number of divided thin annuli is large enough [16]...

    Y. M. Wanget al. Daubechies wavelet finite element method and genetic algorithm for det...

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