Materials Structure & Micromechanics of Fracture

Volume 482

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.482

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Authors: Ferdinand Dobeš, Alena Orlová

Abstract: The composite model of plastic deformation is regarded as a realistic approximation of creep behaviour at elevated temperatures in a...

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Authors: S.P. Senchurov, Yu.F. Zabashta

Abstract: This paper considers the composite "core-shell" fibers ageing. A physical model of ageing is proposed. The stress state due to the...

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Authors: Tomáš Profant, Michal Kotoul

Abstract: A micromechanics study is presented of the matrix cracking of fibres-reinforced ceramic composites when subject to tensile stressing normal...

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Authors: Pavel Hutař, Stanislav Seitl, Zdeněk Knésl

Abstract: A two-parameter constraint-based fracture mechanics approach is used to explain the effect of the constraint on the apparently anomalous...

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Authors: Tomáš Denk, Vladislav Oliva, Aleš Materna

Abstract: A two-parameter constraint-based fracture mechanics approach is used to explain the effect of the constraint on the apparently anomalous...

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Authors: Jana Horníková, Pavel Šandera, Jaroslav Pokluda

Abstract: The paper is focused on crack-tip shielding effects caused by crack deflection (tilting) processes in particle reinforced composites. A...

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Authors: Łukasz Maciejewski, Wojciech Myszka, Grażyna Ziętek
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Authors: Jan Kohout

Abstract: The steady-state creep rate increases with temperature according to the Arrhenius equation and its increase with applied stress is mostly...

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Authors: Pavel Skacel, Jiri Bursa

Abstract: A characteristic rubber failure process, termed cavitation, has been observed and analysed by several authors. This paper deals with the...

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Authors: Alena Kruisová, Jiří Plešek

Abstract: Tangent moduli associated with the linear logarithmic model of hyperelasticity are derived. These relations are crucial not only to...

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