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1 A boundary element procedure for estimating the residual fatigue life of three dimensional crack problem under cyclic loadings with varying amplitudes Wei, Feng
1988
112-113 2 p. 151-157
7 p.
artikel
2 A central crack at the interface between two different media for the opening mode Zhang, X.S.
1986
112-113 2 p. 177-185
9 p.
artikel
3 A central crack of mode III in a nonhomogeneous rectangular sheet with shear modulus varying in the X-direction Zhang, X.S.
1989
112-113 2 p. 269-274
6 p.
artikel
4 A closed-form solution of a slant crack under biaxial loading Theocaris, P.S.
1983
112-113 2 p. 97-123
27 p.
artikel
5 A cohesion model of microcrack toughening Zhonghua, Li
1993
112-113 2 p. 257-265
9 p.
artikel
6 A combined modeling–experimental study of the crack opening displacement fracture criterion for characterization of stable crack growth under mixed mode I/II loading in thin sheet materials Sutton, Michael A.
2000
112-113 2 p. 171-185
15 p.
artikel
7 A comparison of critical stress intensity parameter with other nonlinear toughness parameters Pandey, R.K.
1984
112-113 2 p. 233-238
6 p.
artikel
8 A comparison of methods for calculating energy release rates Li, F.Z.
1985
112-113 2 p. 405-421
17 p.
artikel
9 A comparison of the geometry dependence of several nonlinear fracture toughness parameters Poulose, P.K.
1983
112-113 2 p. 133-151
19 p.
artikel
10 A complete Gurson model approach for ductile fracture Zhang, Z.L
2000
112-113 2 p. 155-168
14 p.
artikel
11 A compliance K calibration for a pressurized thick-wall cylinder with a radial crack Underwood, J.H.
1972
112-113 2 p. 231-244
14 p.
artikel
12 A computational procedure for the simulation of ductile fracture with large plastic deformation Roy, Samit
1993
112-113 2 p. 277-293
17 p.
artikel
13 A consideration on stable growth of a ductile crack in a center cracked plate of 70/30 brass Chobin, Makabe
1990
112-113 2 p. 263-273
11 p.
artikel
14 A continuum damage mechanics model for cyclic creep fracture Ayari, M.L.
1994
112-113 2 p. 215-222
8 p.
artikel
15 A contour integral computation of stress intensity factors in the cracked orthotropic elastic plates Kim, Jin-Woo
1985
112-113 2 p. 353-364
12 p.
artikel
16 Acoustic emissions and energy transfer during crack propagation Radon, J.C.
1972
112-113 2 p. 295-310
16 p.
artikel
17 A criterion for dynamic fracture strength of materials Kameswara Rao, C.V.S.
1985
112-113 2 p. 247-251
5 p.
artikel
18 A criterion for low-stress brittle fracture of notched specimens based on combined micro- and macro fracture mechanics—1 Yokobori, T.
1976
112-113 2 p. 397-409
13 p.
artikel
19 A cumulative damage theory for creep and creep-fatigue interaction Ben-Amoz, M.
1991
112-113 2 p. 309-314
6 p.
artikel
20 A cumulative damage theory for fatigue life prediction Ben-Amoz, M.
1990
112-113 2 p. 341-347
7 p.
artikel
21 Addendum: Notch stress on concentration at the rigid elliptical inclusion in an elastic continuum subjected to anti-plane shear loading 1993
112-113 2 p. 208-
1 p.
artikel
22 A description of fatigue crack growth in terms of plastik work Bodner, S.R.
1983
112-113 2 p. 189-191
3 p.
artikel
23 A detailed physical analysis of the R-effect on LEFM fatigue crack growth—II. On the combined roles of growth mechanisms and stress ratio Lal, D.N.
1996
112-113 2 p. 289-297
9 p.
artikel
24 A direct automated procedure for frictionless thermoelastic contact problems Mahmoud, F.F.
1989
112-113 2 p. 157-164
8 p.
artikel
25 A ductile fracture model for a pipe with an axial surface crack Orynyak, I.V.
1994
112-113 2 p. 287-294
8 p.
artikel
26 A failure criterion for internal hydrogen embrittlement Van Leeuwen, H.P.
1977
112-113 2 p. 291-296
6 p.
artikel
27 A finite-difference alternating method for a cost-effective determination of weight-functions for orthotropic materials in mixed-mode fracture Chen, K.-L.
1990
112-113 2 p. 327-340
14 p.
artikel
28 A finite-element alternating method for two-dimensional mixed-mode crack configurations Krishnamurthy, T.
1990
112-113 2 p. 297-311
15 p.
artikel
29 A finite element code for fracture propagation analysis within elasto-plastic continuum Lim, I.L.
1996
112-113 2 p. 193-211
19 p.
artikel
30 A fracture control plan for composite structures Kim, W.C.
1989
112-113 2 p. 305-324
20 p.
artikel
31 A fracture criterion for gallium arsenide wafers Belsinger Jr, H.E.
1994
112-113 2 p. 199-205
7 p.
artikel
32 A fracture mechanics analysis of fatigue crack growth data for various materials Frost, N.E.
1971
112-113 2 p. 109-126
18 p.
artikel
33 A further study about the effect of crack depth and shape on fracture toughness Qingfen, Li
1991
112-113 2 p. 219-227
9 p.
artikel
34 A generalized WF solution for mode I 2D part-elliptical cracks Wang, G.S.
1993
112-113 2 p. 177-208
32 p.
artikel
35 A general method of solution of two-dimensional problems in the theory of cracks Panasyuk, V.V.
1977
112-113 2 p. 481-497
17 p.
artikel
36 A general procedure for modified crack closure integral in 3D problems with cracks Narayana, K.Badari
1994
112-113 2 p. 167-176
10 p.
artikel
37 A global/local shakedown analysis method of elastoplastic cracked structures 1 1 Dedicated to Professor F.G. Kollman on the occassion of his 65th birthday Feng, Xi-Qiao
1999
112-113 2 p. 179-192
14 p.
artikel
38 A global/local theory of fatigue crack propagation Short, J.S.
1989
112-113 2 p. 175-184
10 p.
artikel
39 A griffith crack located asymmetrically in an infinitely long elastic strip Parihar, K.S.
1994
112-113 2 p. 195-211
17 p.
artikel
40 A history of fatigue Schütz, Walter
1996
112-113 2 p. 263-300
38 p.
artikel
41 A hybrid experimental-numerical procedure for determining creep crack growth rates Hinnerichs, T.
1982
112-113 2 p. 265-277
13 p.
artikel
42 A least-squares approach for evaluating stress intensity factors from mixed-mode caustics Hinderliter, Glenn S.
1991
112-113 2 p. 323-333
11 p.
artikel
43 A literature review and inventory of the effects of environment on the fatigue behavior of metals Hudson, C.Michael
1976
112-113 2 p. 315-329
15 p.
artikel
44 A mathematical model of fatigue crack propagation under variable amplitude loading Sunder, R.
1979
112-113 2 p. 155-165
11 p.
artikel
45 A mathematical treatment for impact test Xi, Wang
1995
112-113 2 p. 199-204
6 p.
artikel
46 A method for fracture toughness testing cylinder material Evans, J.T.
1995
112-113 2 p. 295-300
6 p.
artikel
47 A method for measuring compliances and crack length by strain gauge and 3D finite element calculation Riedle, J.
1995
112-113 2 p. 323-325
3 p.
artikel
48 A microscopic study of crack initiation mechanisms in 7075 aluminum alloy sheets Jones, D.L.
1973
112-113 2 p. 397-402
6 p.
artikel
49 A model for fracture of explosively driven metal shells Gold, Vladimir M.
2008
112-113 2 p. 275-289
15 p.
artikel
50 A model for predicting slant fatigue crack growth in A1 2024 Zuidema, J.
1989
112-113 2 p. 445-456
12 p.
artikel
51 A model for short crack propagation in polycrystalline materials Lillbacka, R.
2006
112-113 2 p. 223-232
10 p.
artikel
52 A modified damage potential to predict crack initiation: theory and experimental verification Dutta, B.K.
2004
112-113 2 p. 263-275
13 p.
artikel
53 A modified zigzag approach to approximate moving crack front with arbitrary shape Liu, Yan-Ping
2011
112-113 2 p. 234-251
18 p.
artikel
54 An alternative fredholm integral equation approach for multiple crack problem and multiple rigid line problem in plane elasticity Yi-Zhou, Chen
1992
112-113 2 p. 257-268
12 p.
artikel
55 An alternative view of R curve testing Sumpter, J.D.G.
1999
112-113 2 p. 161-176
16 p.
artikel
56 Analyses of damage localization at crack tip in a brittle damaged material Feng, Xi-Qiao
1996
112-113 2 p. 169-177
9 p.
artikel
57 Analysis of a crack approaching two circular holes in [ 0n 90m ]s laminates Cheong, S.K.
1993
112-113 2 p. 235-244
10 p.
artikel
58 Analysis of an edge crack in a finite bi-material plate Woo, C.W.
1992
112-113 2 p. 289-297
9 p.
artikel
59 Analysis of a radial crack in a circular ring segment Tracy, Peter G.
1975
112-113 2 p. 253-260
8 p.
artikel
60 Analysis of a symmetric laminate with mid-plane free edge delamination under torsion: theory and application to the edge crack torsion (ECT) specimen for mode III toughness characterization Jian, Li
1994
112-113 2 p. 179-194
16 p.
artikel
61 Analysis of cold-expansion for cracked and uncracked fastener holes Heller, M.
1991
112-113 2 p. 195-212
18 p.
artikel
62 Analysis of cracks emanating from a circular hole in an orthotropic plate under mixed mode deformation Cheong, S.K.
1988
112-113 2 p. 237-248
12 p.
artikel
63 Analysis of dynamic stress concentration in an infinite body with parallel penny-shaped cracks by BIEM Kit, H.S.
1996
112-113 2 p. 191-207
17 p.
artikel
64 Analysis of finite anisotropic media containing multiple cracks using superposition Wu, Mao S.
1993
112-113 2 p. 159-175
17 p.
artikel
65 Analysis of fracture toughness data in the brittle to ductile transition region for creusot-loire A508 class 3 forging used in the construction of PWR reactors Moskovic, R.
1995
112-113 2 p. 175-202
28 p.
artikel
66 Analysis of sandwich panels with multiple-site damage Razi, H.
1999
112-113 2 p. 255-268
14 p.
artikel
67 Analysis of the crack motion with varying velocity according to the dugdale-panasyuk model Neimitz, A.
1991
112-113 2 p. 329-338
10 p.
artikel
68 Analysis of the delaying effects of overloads on fatigue crack propagation Dai-Heng, Chen
1991
112-113 2 p. 287-298
12 p.
artikel
69 Analysis of the 3d fracture characteristics of CT specimens in the elastic-plastic state Chen, X.M
1992
112-113 2 p. 299-303
5 p.
artikel
70 Analysis of the optical method of caustics for dynamic crack propagation Rosakis, Ares J.
1980
112-113 2 p. 331-347
17 p.
artikel
71 Analysis of the sandwich DCB specimen for debond characterization Avilés, F.
2008
112-113 2 p. 153-168
16 p.
artikel
72 Analytical generalized variational method for multi-regions in solution of stress intensity factors for unsymmetric double edge cracks in anisotropic plates with pin holes Zhang, Xing
1994
112-113 2 p. 291-301
11 p.
artikel
73 An analysis of collective damage for short fatigue cracks based on equilibrium of crack numerical density Qiao, Yu
1998
112-113 2 p. 151-163
13 p.
artikel
74 An analysis of creep crack propagation on the basis of the plastic singular stress field Shiro, Kubo
1979
112-113 2 p. 315-329
15 p.
artikel
75 An analysis of island-delamination type cracking pattern in the brittle film coated on a disk under axisymmetric tension Nakasa, Keijiro
1998
112-113 2 p. 191-202
12 p.
artikel
76 An analysis of reported fatigue crack growth rate data with special reference to Ti-6A1-4V Rosenpield, A.R.
1977
112-113 2 p. 509-520
12 p.
artikel
77 An analysis of the stress intensity factor of a crack perpendicular to the welding bead Terada, H.
1976
112-113 2 p. 441-444
4 p.
artikel
78 An analytical approach of the fictitious crack model for concrete Gao, Lin
1994
112-113 2 p. 269-280
12 p.
artikel
79 An analytical study of J-integral estimation formula for a straight-through cracked three-point bend round beam specimen Qizhi, Wang
1995
112-113 2 p. 143-148
6 p.
artikel
80 An application of the boundary integral equation method to dynamic fracture mechanics Fan, T.Y.
1985
112-113 2 p. 307-313
7 p.
artikel
81 An application of the time-domain boundary integral equation method to dynamic crack propagation Mettu, Sambi R.
1991
112-113 2 p. 339-345
7 p.
artikel
82 An approach for predicting fatigue crack initiation life of a low alloy steel below room temperature Lü, Baotong
1993
112-113 2 p. 339-346
8 p.
artikel
83 An approximate analysis of an internally loaded elastic plate containing an infinite row of closely spaced parallel cracks Selvadurai, A.P.S.
1979
112-113 2 p. 285-290
6 p.
artikel
84 An approximate analysis of perpendicular cracks under general in-plane loading Sayeed Hasan, M.
1995
112-113 2 p. 167-191
25 p.
artikel
85 An asymptotic finite-deformation approach to the stress singularity at the tip of a crack Hao, T.-H.
1990
112-113 2 p. 457-460
4 p.
artikel
86 An automated finite element procedure for fatigue crack propagation analyses Saouma, V.E.
1984
112-113 2 p. 321-333
13 p.
artikel
87 An axiomatic approach to models of accelerated life testing Schäbe, Hendrik
1995
112-113 2 p. 203-217
15 p.
artikel
88 An edge crack in a rectangular orthotropic sheet under arbitrary shear stress longitudinal Chang, S.S.
1988
112-113 2 p. 219-226
8 p.
artikel
89 An elasto-plastic analysis of the crack tip field in a compact tension specimen Sciammarella, C.A.
1996
112-113 2 p. 209-222
14 p.
artikel
90 An element enriched formulation for simulation of splitting failure Dias-da-Costa, D.
2011
112-113 2 p. 301-316
16 p.
artikel
91 An energy balance in crack propagation and arrest Priest, A.H.
1998
112-113 2 p. 231-251
21 p.
artikel
92 An EPFM analysis of crack initiation, stable growth and instability Wang, G.S.
1995
112-113 2 p. 261-282
22 p.
artikel
93 An evaluation of a probabilistic engineering approach to the failure prediction of brittle materials Rabie, A.M.
1986
112-113 2 p. 243-253
11 p.
artikel
94 An evaluation of the fatigue crack growth and fracture toughness characteristics of rail steels Ochi, Yasuo
1988
112-113 2 p. 159-172
14 p.
artikel
95 An evaluation of the probabilistic approach to brittle design Shih, T.T.
1980
112-113 2 p. 257-271
15 p.
artikel
96 An evaluation of the reliability of Fracture Mechanics methods Frediani, A.
1981
112-113 2 p. 289-322
34 p.
artikel
97 A new criterion for fracture initiation Ukadgaonker, V.G.
1995
112-113 2 p. 265-274
10 p.
artikel
98 A new damage variable for low-cycle fatigue of metallic materials Guang-Xu, Cheng
1994
112-113 2 p. 281-287
7 p.
artikel
99 A new fracture mechanics method to predict the fatigue life of welded cruciform joints Guha, Bimalendu
1995
112-113 2 p. 215-229
15 p.
artikel
100 A new method for measurement of fracture toughness K IC by three point bend specimen Zhu, Zhe-Ming
1993
112-113 2 p. 141-147
7 p.
artikel
101 A new method of analysing fatigue crack propagation data McCartney, L.N.
1977
112-113 2 p. 273-290
18 p.
artikel
102 A new model of the critical crack size for low temperature brittle fracture of structural steel and its experimental verification Weisheng, Lei
1994
112-113 2 p. 225-234
10 p.
artikel
103 An exact elastoplastic solution to antiplane problem of double period uniform distribution crack field in anisotropic infinite plane Hao, Tian-Hu
1988
112-113 2 p. 169-175
7 p.
artikel
104 An exact solution of a crack on a bimaterial curve interface Hao, Tian-Hu
1990
112-113 2 p. 453-456
4 p.
artikel
105 An example for frictional slip progressing into a contact zone of a crack Comninou, Maria
1979
112-113 2 p. 191-197
7 p.
artikel
106 An experimental K-analysis on the fatigue crack near the interface where plate thickness varies discontinuously —Thin to thick type Yang, W.H.
1984
112-113 2 p. 295-303
9 p.
artikel
107 An experimental program for the validation of local ductile fracture criteria using axisymmetrically cracked bars and compact tension specimens Devaux, J.C.
1985
112-113 2 p. 273-283
11 p.
artikel
108 An experimental study of the heat generated in the plastic region of a running crack in different polymeric materials Döll, W.
1973
112-113 2 p. 259-268
10 p.
artikel
109 An explanation of the relationship of fracture toughness to temperature in the range from upper shelf to first phase transformation Li, Yu-De
1992
112-113 2 p. 305-311
7 p.
artikel
110 An extensive analysis of a J IC -test Kolednik, O.
1986
112-113 2 p. 277-290
14 p.
artikel
111 An improved boundary force method for analysing cracked anisotropic materials Tan, P.W.
1989
112-113 2 p. 347-357
11 p.
artikel
112 An improved determination of the zones of yield initiation for the interface crack problem Spyropoulos, C.P.
1990
112-113 2 p. 287-295
9 p.
artikel
113 An improvement of applying similarity methods to fracture mechanics-measurement of fractures toughness K1c ,kq values by small-scale single specimen Wang, Chang
1990
112-113 2 p. 313-320
8 p.
artikel
114 An improvement of CTOD criterion for ductile fracture Wei Hua Tai,
1992
112-113 2 p. 153-157
5 p.
artikel
115 An initial analysis of the local field in the vicinity of a stably growing crack-tip and the correspondent fracture parameters Zhong-Xin, Guan
1989
112-113 2 p. 507-523
17 p.
artikel
116 An integrated micromechanical and macromechanical approach to fracture behavior of fiber-reinforced composites Mahishi, Jayant M
1986
112-113 2 p. 197-228
32 p.
artikel
117 An internal variable approach to elastic-plastic fracture mechanics Carter, P.
1979
112-113 2 p. 441-456
16 p.
artikel
118 An investigation of crack blunting processes under plane strain conditions Luo, L.G.
1988
112-113 2 p. 177-190
14 p.
artikel
119 An investigation of the edge-sliding mode in fracture mechanics Jones, D.L.
1975
112-113 2 p. 261-266
6 p.
artikel
120 An invitation to participate 1976
112-113 2 p. 455-
1 p.
artikel
121 An irreversible cohesive zone model for interface fatigue crack growth simulation Roe, K.L.
2003
112-113 2 p. 209-232
24 p.
artikel
122 Anisotropic analysis of cracks emanating from circular holes in composite laminates using the boundary element method Sollero, P.
1994
112-113 2 p. 213-224
12 p.
artikel
123 Anisotropic damage model for the multiaxial static and fatigue behaviour of plain concrete Papa, Enrico
1996
112-113 2 p. 163-179
17 p.
artikel
124 Anisotropy and thickness effects in fracture of 7075-T6 and -T651 aluminum alloy Zinkham, Robert E.
1968
112-113 2 p. 275-276
2 p.
artikel
125 An iterative approach for the soil-structure interaction in tall buildings Pandey, A.K.
1994
112-113 2 p. 169-176
8 p.
artikel
126 Announcement 1993
112-113 2 p. 295-
1 p.
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127 Announcement 1984
112-113 2 p. 385-386
2 p.
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128 Announcement 1987
112-113 2 p. 239-
1 p.
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129 Announcement 1977
112-113 2 p. 525-527
3 p.
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130 Announcement 1976
112-113 2 p. 453-454
2 p.
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131 Announcement and call for papers 1986
112-113 2 p. 323-
1 p.
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132 Announcement, SEMIC 2004 2004
112-113 2 p. II-
1 p.
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133 A notch stress-strain analysis approach to fatigue crack growth Glinka, G
1985
112-113 2 p. 245-261
17 p.
artikel
134 A note on fatigue crack front straightness in K IC testing Petrak, Gerald J.
1972
112-113 2 p. 311-312
2 p.
artikel
135 A note on mixed mode energy release rate Ichikawa, M.
1987
112-113 2 p. 311-312
2 p.
artikel
136 A note on the central crack in a uniformly stressed strip Bowie, O.L.
1970
112-113 2 p. 181-182
2 p.
artikel
137 A note on the effects of stress intensity and frequency on the occurrence of intergranular facets during the fatigue of a low-alloy steel Clark, G.
1976
112-113 2 p. 449-451
3 p.
artikel
138 A note on the finite element method in linear fracture mechanics Mowbray, D.F.
1970
112-113 2 p. 173-176
4 p.
artikel
139 An overview of fatigue and fracture for design and certification of advanced high performance ships Sorkin, G.
1973
112-113 2 p. 307-352
46 p.
artikel
140 An oxidation fatigue interaction damage model for thermal fatigue crack growth Rezai-Aria, F.
1989
112-113 2 p. 283-294
12 p.
artikel
141 Antiplane shear interactions between a circular boundary and a radial crack Chang, Shangchow
1984
112-113 2 p. 331-340
10 p.
artikel
142 Anti-plane stress analysis of a cracked rectangular orthotropic beam Rettig, Guido
1986
112-113 2 p. 441-454
14 p.
artikel
143 A numerical and experimental investigation on the use of J-integral Kobayashi, A.S.
1973
112-113 2 p. 293-305
13 p.
artikel
144 A numerical method for calculating stress intensity factors for interface cracks in bimaterials Bjerkén, Christina
2001
112-113 2 p. 235-246
12 p.
artikel
145 A numerical method of processing fatigue crack propagation data McCartney, L.N.
1977
112-113 2 p. 265-272
8 p.
artikel
146 A numerical procedure for calculating stress and deformation near a slit in a three-dimensional elastic-plastic solid Ayres, David J.
1970
112-113 2 p. 87-104
18 p.
artikel
147 A numerical procedure for regularized integral equations for elastostatic problems of flat cracks in opening mode Van, A.Le
1991
112-113 2 p. 237-250
14 p.
artikel
148 A numerical study on the correlation between the work of separation and the dissipation rate in ductile fracture Siegmund, T.
2000
112-113 2 p. 139-154
16 p.
artikel
149 A personal computer based system to evaluate J-integral by a single specimen unloading compliance method—III: Software Godavarti, P.S.
1990
112-113 2 p. 341-353
13 p.
artikel
150 A photoelastic determination of K i stress intensity factors Theocaris, P.S.
1975
112-113 2 p. 331-336
6 p.
artikel
151 A point dislocation in circular regions or in an annular region Chen, Y.Z.
1994
112-113 2 p. 229-236
8 p.
artikel
152 Application of fracture mechanics to aluminum alloys selection Bathias, C.
1978
112-113 2 p. 267-282
16 p.
artikel
153 Application of indentation technique in determining fracture toughness of ceramics Xia, Shaobo
1988
112-113 2 p. 309-313
5 p.
artikel
154 Application of the cyclic J-integral to fatigue crack propagation of Al 2024-T351 Banks-Sills, Leslie
1991
112-113 2 p. 355-370
16 p.
artikel
155 Application of ultrasonic stress measurements to nondestructive evaluation of the J integral in elastic-plastic deformation King, R.B.
1982
112-113 2 p. 221-227
7 p.
artikel
156 Applications of the weight function method Mikkola, Timo P.J.
1993
112-113 2 p. 209-231
23 p.
artikel
157 Application software for analyses of creep crack growth dataEditor's note: The authors have agreed to make the source code for their software available at no cost. Please request the software directly from the authors Gopala Krishna, M.S.
1998
112-113 2 p. 137-150
14 p.
artikel
158 Approximate stress intensity factors for cracked gear teeth Nicoletto, Gianni
1993
112-113 2 p. 231-242
12 p.
artikel
159 A rectangular sheet with a central crack excited by a normal anti-plane shear wave Ma, S.W.
1988
112-113 2 p. 211-218
8 p.
artikel
160 A regression model of fatigue crack propagation under flight simulation loading Sunder, R.
1979
112-113 2 p. 147-154
8 p.
artikel
161 A scale-invariant cohesive crack model for quasi-brittle materials Carpinteri, Alberto
2002
112-113 2 p. 207-217
11 p.
artikel
162 A semi-theoretical and experimental approach for the determination of the stress intensity factors Raftopoulos, Demetrios D.
1980
112-113 2 p. 273-284
12 p.
artikel
163 A simple model for the contact problem of a finite cracked plate in bending Woo, C.W.
1988
112-113 2 p. 227-231
5 p.
artikel
164 A simplified approach for ceramic fracture toughness evaluation by indentation Dal Maschio, Roberto
1995
112-113 2 p. 209-215
7 p.
artikel
165 A simplified method for measuring plane strain fracture toughness Barker, L.M.
1977
112-113 2 p. 361-364
4 p.
artikel
166 A simplified prediction of K ic from tensile data Baskes, M.I.
1975
112-113 2 p. 249-251
3 p.
artikel
167 A specimen for a constant stress intensity factor Schuve, J.
1977
112-113 2 p. 331-340
10 p.
artikel
168 Assessment of stress intensity factor and aspect ratio variability of surface cracks in bending plates Mahmoud, M.A.
1986
112-113 2 p. 207-221
15 p.
artikel
169 A statistical model of crack formation in welds Brückner, A.
1984
112-113 2 p. 287-294
8 p.
artikel
170 A statistical strength criterion for low temperature brittle fracture of metals Arone, R.
1977
112-113 2 p. 241-249
9 p.
artikel
171 A stiffness derivative technique to determine mixed mode stress intensity factors of rectilinear anisotropic solids Hamoush, Sameer A.
1993
112-113 2 p. 297-305
9 p.
artikel
172 A stochastic model for elastic-plastic fracture analysis of circumferential through-wall-cracked pipes subject to bending Rahman, Sharif
1995
112-113 2 p. 265-288
24 p.
artikel
173 A study of near and far field effects in photoelastic stress intensity determination Schroedl, M.A.
1975
112-113 2 p. 341-342
2 p.
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174 A study of the behaviour of subinterface cracks in bimaterial plates Venkatesha, K.S.
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736 Post yield solutions for fracture mechanics analyses of cracks emanating from elliptic holes Chell, G.G.
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737 Prediction of cleavage failure probabilities using the Weibull stress O'Dowd, N.P.
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740 Prediction of fatigue crack growth under constant amplitude loading and a single overload based on elasto-plastic crack tip stresses and strains Noroozi, A.H.
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769 Secondary cracking during surface crack growth under tensile fatigue loading Bai, Jin-Bo
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772 Simple estimates of stress intensity factors by crack path approximation with application to fatigue reliability Harkness, H.H.
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773 Simple methods of determining stress intensity factors Rooke, D.P.
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780 Software survey section 1993
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786 Some basic problems in fracture mechanics and new concepts Sih, G.C.
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788 Some comments on hysteretic plastic work and cyclic J-integral associated with fatigue cracking Liaw, P.K.
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789 Some observations of overlapping interacting cracks Swain, M.V.
1978
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1979
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791 Some problems in linear and non-linear fracture mechanics Matvienko, Yu.G.
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792 Some properties of stable crack growth Schwalbe, Karl-Heinz
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793 0° Split initiation in fiber reinforced composites Garg, Amar C.
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794 State-space modeling of fatigue crack growth in ductile alloys Patankar, Ravindra
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795 Static analysis fatigue and fracture of cracked beams on elastic foundation Viola, E.
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796 Statistical analysis of fracture toughness data Neville, D.J.
1987
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797 Statistical analysis of material damage with changing internal structure Woo, C.W.
1993
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798 Statistical analysis of the virkler data on fatigue crack growth Ditlevsen, Ove
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799 Statistical modeling of fatigue-crack growth in a nickel-base superalloy Yang, J.N.
1983
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800 Steady crack growth in a thin, ductile plate under small-scale yielding conditions: Three-dimensional modeling Sobotka, J.C.
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801 Stochastic modeling and statistical verification of crack growth under constant amplitude loading Doliński, Krzysztof
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802 Strain-analysis of neck formation and propagation in glassy polymers Theocaris, P.S.
1979
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1991
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1996
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805 Strain mechanisms in grey cast iron Haenny, L.
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806 Strength size effects and fracture mechanics: What does the physical evidence say? Sinclair, G.B.
1987
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807 Strength theories in fracture mechanics Mínguez, JoséMaría
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808 Stress analysis of a crack at a juncture of a strip and a half-plane Hasebe, N.
1989
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809 Stress concentration around interacting circular holes: a comparison between theory and experiments Meguid, S.A.
1993
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810 Stress concentration of a strip with a single edge notch Nao-Aki, Noda
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811 Stresses and displacements around cracks and elliptical cavities: Exact solutions Maugis, D.
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813 Stresses in a three-dimensional unidirectional composite containing broken fibers Goree, James G.
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814 Stresses induced in an infinite medium by the coupled diffusion of heat and moisture from a spherical hole Hartranft, R.J.
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815 Stress exponents of asymptotic solutions at the notch tip in anisotropic power law material under antiplane shear Cai, X.
1996
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816 Stress intensity factor analysis at an interfacial corner between anisotropic bimaterials under thermal stress Nomura, Yoshiaki
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817 Stress intensity factor for a crack emanating from the root of a semi-circular edge notch in a tension plate Bandyopadhyay, S.N.
1981
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818 Stress intensity factors based fracture criteria for kinking and branching of interface crack: application to dams Kishen, J.M.Chandra
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823 Stress intensity factors for a rectangular plate with a point-loaded edge crack by a boundary collocation procedure, and an investigation into the convergence of the solutions Pei-Qing, Gao
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824 Stress intensity factors for axial cracks in hollow cylinders subjected to thermal shock Oliveira, R.
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825 Stress intensity factors for cracks in panels with uniformly spaced holes Dodds Jr, Robert H.
1987
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826 Stress intensity factors for cracks in some fracture mechanics test specimens under displacement control Chell, G.G.
1975
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827 Stress intensity factors for deep cracks in bending and compact tension specimens Wilson, W.K.
1970
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829 Stress intensity factors for longitudinal semi-elliptical surface cracks in a pipe under thermal loading Greener, H
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830 Stress intensity factors for spot welds between plates of unequal thickness Radaj, D.
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831 Stress intensity factors for the expansion loaded star crack Ouchterlony, Finn
1976
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832 Stress intensity factors for transversely loaded elastic plates and their application to predictions of crack arrest Harris, David O.
1972
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833 Stress intensity factors in anisotropic sandwich plate with a part-through crack under mixed mode deformation Hong, C.S.
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855 Sustained load failures in maraging steel weldments Taketani, H.
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925 The method of caustics in environmental cracking Gdoutos, E.E.
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