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The Stress Analysis of Cracks Handbook,H Tada,G Irwin
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H Tada
,
G Irwin
Published in 1985.
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...SIFs for simple structural idealizations are commonly determined using compiled handbook solutions [
4
,
5
] or compounding techniques [
1
,
5
,
6
]...
Aklilu Yohannes
,
et al.
Hybrid Boundary Element Method for TwoDimensional Linear Elastic Frac...
...gif"/> in Tada, Paris, and Irwin (
2000
) (Equation (25)) with
Laurent Gallimard
.
Error control in FORM reliability analysis
...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 − ν
^{2}
), with
E
being the Young's modulus of the sample and ν its Poisson's ratio...
Elmar Kroner
,
et 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. Wang
,
et al.
Daubechies wavelet finite element method and genetic algorithm for det...
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Hybrid Boundary Element Method for TwoDimensional Linear Elastic Fracture Analysis
Aklilu Yohannes
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Thomas E. Lacy
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Youngkeun Hwang
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Error control in FORM reliability analysis
Laurent Gallimard
Published in 2012.
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Veena Chantarangkul
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Marigrazia Clerici
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Claudia Palmucci
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Elisa Bison
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Alessandra Banzato
,
Eugenia Biguzzi
,
Vittorio Pengo
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, vol. 127, no. 6, pp. 589594, 2011
Electromechanical cracking in ferroelectrics driven by large scale domain switching
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Yuanqing Cui
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Wei Yang
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The critical size of macroscopic imperfections in dry snow slab avalanche initiation
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Citations: 1
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D. M. McClung
Journal:
Journal of Geophysical Research
, vol. 116, no. F3, 2011