Fracture and Damage Mechanics V

Volumes 324-325

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.324-325

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Authors: Zi Liang An, Shan Tung Tu

Abstract: Direct diffusion bonding of 316L stainless steel was performed at 850-1100°C for 1-3 h under a pressure of 10MPa in this study. The effect...

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Authors: Mei Zhang, Peng Cheng Zhai, Jin Zhang Tong, Jiang Tao Zhang

Abstract: In this paper, the effect of imperfect inner interface on the stress fields in the coated inclusion composite is investigated, the...

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Authors: Gorazd Fajdiga, Matjaž Šraml, Janez Kramar

Abstract: Rail dark spot defect, also termed as squat failure or shelling, is a rolling contact fatigue failure which occurs frequently on the high...

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Authors: J. Weerheijm

Abstract: The rate effect on concrete tensile strength can be modeled by the description of crack extension in a fictitious fracture plane [1,2].The...

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Authors: Cheol Woo Park, Jong Sung Sim

Abstract: Even though the application of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) as a concrete reinforcement becomes more common with various advantages, one...

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Authors: Pei Qiang, Gui Xuan Wang, Xun Guo

Abstract: Free vibration characteristics of an elastic simple beam with a fatigue notch crack damage located any where of the beam is investigated....

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Authors: Ke Ming Wang, Song Xiang

Abstract: Understanding dynamic behavior of a rotor system with a transverse crack is of great significance for operation reliability of rotating...

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Authors: Hong Bo Liu, Chang Hai Zhai, Yong Song Shao, Li Li Xie

Abstract: The objective was to quantify the variation of stress intensity factor to weld root flaw sizes in steel frame connections. Finite-element...

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Authors: Kee Nam Song, Kyung Ho Yoon, Jae Jun Lee, Kyung Jin Park

Abstract: The spacer grid assembly, which is an interconnected array of slotted grid straps and welded at the intersections to form an egg crate...

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