Advances in Fracture and Damage Mechanics VII

Volumes 385-387

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.385-387

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Authors: Fabio Sorbello, Peter E.J. Flewitt, A.G. Crocker, Gillian E. Smith

Abstract: It is well established that within the lower-shelf temperature range of Fe2-3Si polycrystalline steels, the brittle fracture occurs...

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Authors: Alexander M. Korsunsky, Daniele Dini, Michael J. Walsh

Abstract: Reliable prediction of fatigue crack growth rates in aerospace materials and components underpins the so-called defect-tolerant approach to...

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Authors: Dominique Leguillon, Sébastien Murer

Abstract: Cotterell and Rice theory (1980) on the kinking of a crack submitted to a biaxial loading in a homogeneous material has been recently...

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Authors: P.M. Baiz, M.H. Aliabadi

Abstract: This paper presents applications where the DBEM formulations presented by Dirgantara and Aliabadi [3, 4] is combined with the multi region...

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Authors: I. Hilmy, M.M. Abdel Wahab, Ian A. Ashcroft, A.D. Crocombe

Abstract: Triaxiality function (Rv) has been known as one of the important factors that responsible for damage initiation in ...

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Authors: Jia Qu, Guang Ping Zou

Abstract: Concrete is a type of engineering composites which is widely used in military and civil structures. The static performance of...

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Authors: Francesco Caputo, Giuseppe Lamanna, Alessandro Soprano

Abstract: A very large number of variables affect the response of bolted or riveted joints typically used in aerospace applications: geometry...

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Authors: Ali Göksenli, Barlas Eryürek

Abstract: In this study failure analysis of a mini van diesel engine intake valve is analyzed in detail. Failure occurred at the groove of the...

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