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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A basic study for predicting the disaster in rock engineering with an acoustic emission technique Yin, Fei
1993
112-113 3 p. 387-391
5 p.
artikel
2 A boundary element for crack analysis at a bimaterial interface He, W.J.
1994
112-113 3 p. 405-410
6 p.
artikel
3 A boundary integral equation method for dynamic crack problems Sládek, J.
1987
112-113 3 p. 269-277
9 p.
artikel
4 A brief survey of the advances of fracture mechanics in china Hao, Lee
1981
112-113 3 p. 581-593
13 p.
artikel
5 A calculation model and boundary element method simulation for 3-D blunt cracks Zhang, Yongyuan
1994
112-113 3 p. 317-325
9 p.
artikel
6 Accurate evaluation of strain-energy release rate in unidirectional FRP compact-tension specimen Ramesh Kumar, R.
1997
112-113 3 p. 163-172
10 p.
artikel
7 A central crack at the interface between two different orthotropic media for the mode I and mode II Zhang, X.S.
1989
112-113 3 p. 327-333
7 p.
artikel
8 A central crack in a finite rectangular plate with constrained edges parallel to the crack under the opening mode Ma, S.W.
1988
112-113 3 p. 493-500
8 p.
artikel
9 A close form solution of stress intensity factors for cracks in three dimensional finite bodies by energy release rate method Chen Zhi Gang,
1989
112-113 3 p. 419-441
23 p.
artikel
10 A combined numerical/experimental study of ductile crack growth after a large unloading, using T∗, J and CTOA criteria Brust, F.W.
1986
112-113 3 p. 537-550
14 p.
artikel
11 A compact C-shape specimen for fracture toughness testing Ritter, J.C.
1977
112-113 3 p. 541-546
6 p.
artikel
12 A comparative numerical review of cracked materials Petit, C.
1996
112-113 3 p. 423-439
17 p.
artikel
13 A comparison of test methods for the determination of fatigue crack growth rate threshold in titanium at elevated temperature Salivar, G.C.
1990
112-113 3 p. 505-517
13 p.
artikel
14 A complete field method for the photoelastic determination of K I and K II in general mixed-mode fracture Picon, Rafael
1995
112-113 3 p. 505-511
7 p.
artikel
15 A composite crack profile model for CTOD determination—I. A theoretical analysis Pratap, C.R
1987
112-113 3 p. 357-370
14 p.
artikel
16 A concentric penny-shaped crack off the middle plane of a finite orthotropic cylinder under torsional shear stress Zhang, X.S.
1988
112-113 3 p. 385-393
9 p.
artikel
17 A continuous damage approach to the fatigue process Janson, Jan
1978
112-113 3 p. 651-657
7 p.
artikel
18 A continuum damage mechanics model for low-cycle fatigue failure of metals June, Wang
1992
112-113 3 p. 437-441
5 p.
artikel
19 A correlation between acoustic emission and the fracture toughness of 2124-T851 aluminum Hamstad, M.A.
1977
112-113 3 p. 663-674
12 p.
artikel
20 A correlation between dynamic initiation toughness and crack arrest toughness Lereim, Jon
1980
112-113 3 p. 579-587
9 p.
artikel
21 Acoustic emission from low-cycle high-stress-intensity fatigue Hartbower, Carl E.
1973
112-113 3 p. 765-782
18 p.
artikel
22 Acoustic emissions of fatigue crack growth Morton, T.M.
1973
112-113 3 p. 691-692
2 p.
artikel
23 A cracked column under compression Okamura, Hiroyuki
1969
112-113 3 p. 547-564
18 p.
artikel
24 A damage evolution equation of particle-filled composite materials Jianping, Zhou
1991
112-113 3 p. 499-506
8 p.
artikel
25 A 3-D fracture mechanics approach to the strength of composite materials Altus, E.
1981
112-113 3 p. 637-649
13 p.
artikel
26 A fatigue crack growth threshold Marci, G.
1992
112-113 3 p. 367-385
19 p.
artikel
27 A finite element algorithm for creep crack growth Hsu, T.R.
1984
112-113 3 p. 521-533
13 p.
artikel
28 A finite element investigation of unsteady crack growth in power-law hardening materials under small-scale yielding conditions Dai, Yao
1989
112-113 3 p. 531-546
16 p.
artikel
29 A fracture mechanics analysis of ultrasonic fatigue Hoffelner, W.
1982
112-113 3 p. 365-371
7 p.
artikel
30 A fracture mechanics approach for assessment and design of ceramic joints Ahmad, Jalees
1992
112-113 3 p. 431-444
14 p.
artikel
31 A fracture mechanics criterion for thermal-mechanical fatigue crack growth of gas turbine materials Marchand, N.J.
1988
112-113 3 p. 535-551
17 p.
artikel
32 A generalized Griffith criterion for crack propagation Margolin, L.G.
1984
112-113 3 p. 539-543
5 p.
artikel
33 A general treatment of creep crack growth Liu, Y.J.
1985
112-113 3 p. 437-452
16 p.
artikel
34 A generation type analysis of crack growth from a single edge notch specimen Blackburn, W.S.
1987
112-113 3 p. 361-369
9 p.
artikel
35 A higher order element for finite element analysis of stiffened panels subjected to in-plane loading and a study on efficient arrangement of doubly bonded strip crack stiffeners Maiti, S.K.
1992
112-113 3 p. 349-365
17 p.
artikel
36 A homologous ductile failure criterion for generalized stress states Futakawa, Masatoshi
1996
112-113 3 p. 349-359
11 p.
artikel
37 A hybrid numerical/experimental technique for determining the heat dissipated during low cycle fatigue Wong, A.K.
1990
112-113 3 p. 493-504
12 p.
artikel
38 All modes fracture toughness of two aluminium alloys Tsangarakis, Nikos
1987
112-113 3 p. 313-321
9 p.
artikel
39 A macroscopic simulation of ductile tensile cracking Butcher, B.R.
1971
112-113 3 p. 191-204
14 p.
artikel
40 A mathematical analysis for impending hydrogen assisted crack propagation Unger, David J.
1989
112-113 3 p. 657-667
11 p.
artikel
41 A mathematical approach of the interface crack between dissimilar anisotropic composite materials Nakagawa, K.
1990
112-113 3 p. 439-449
11 p.
artikel
42 A mechanical model to predict elastic-plastic fracture toughness in high strength materials Mutoh, Y.
1983
112-113 3 p. 219-226
8 p.
artikel
43 A method for calculating the reduction in stress intensity factor due to an elastic foundation Parmerter, R.Reid
1976
112-113 3 p. 539-546
8 p.
artikel
44 A method for determining dynamic stress intensity factors from cod measurement at the notch mouth in dynamic tear testing Nishioka, T.
1982
112-113 3 p. 333-339
7 p.
artikel
45 A method for determining the stress intensity threshold level for fatigue crack propagation Ohta, Akihiko
1977
112-113 3 p. 655-662
8 p.
artikel
46 A method of detecting the fatigue crack initiation and growth in a holed specimen based on crack tip opening and closing Chobin, Makabe
1992
112-113 3 p. 393-403
11 p.
artikel
47 A mixed mode fracture J integral criterion for elastic perfectly plastic materials in small scale yielding Chai, Guozhong
1990
112-113 3 p. 667-674
8 p.
artikel
48 A mode III crack problem in a bonded composite material Schovanec, Lawrence
1988
112-113 3 p. 437-449
13 p.
artikel
49 A model for fatigue crack growth with a variable stress intensity factor Stouffer, Donald C.
1979
112-113 3 p. 525-536
12 p.
artikel
50 A modified dugdale model for crack tip plasticity and its related problems Lu, T.J.
1990
112-113 3 p. 551-568
18 p.
artikel
51 A modified thickness criterion for fracture toughness testing Ritter, J.C.
1977
112-113 3 p. 529-540
12 p.
artikel
52 An Abaqus implementation of the extended finite element method Giner, E.
2009
112-113 3 p. 347-368
22 p.
artikel
53 An adaptive procedure for fracture simulation in extensive lattice networks Bolander Jr., J.E.
1996
112-113 3 p. 325-334
10 p.
artikel
54 Analysing the fatigue crack growth in structural details Wang, G.S.
1996
112-113 3 p. 345-361
17 p.
artikel
55 Analysis of a dynamically loaded three-point-bend ductile fracture specimen Nakamura, T.
1986
112-113 3 p. 323-339
17 p.
artikel
56 Analysis of a unidirectional composite containing broken fibers and matrix damage Goree, James G.
1980
112-113 3 p. 563-578
16 p.
artikel
57 Analysis of crack branching morphology in a disk of brittle material under axisymmetric tension by using branching dimension Keijiro, Nakasa
1994
112-113 3 p. 403-415
13 p.
artikel
58 Analysis of cracked disk specimens Yarema, S.Y.
1979
112-113 3 p. 365-375
11 p.
artikel
59 Analysis of curved cracks emanating from adjacent holes Wang, X.D.
1999
112-113 3 p. 337-355
19 p.
artikel
60 Analysis of deformations near a crack tip in a compressible nonlinear elastic material Batra, R.C.
1993
112-113 3 p. 413-432
20 p.
artikel
61 Analysis of dynamic fracture mechanisms in gas pipelines Zhuang, Zhuo
1999
112-113 3 p. 271-289
19 p.
artikel
62 Analysis of stress intensity factors for cracked plates with nonuniform thicknesses by the advanced stiffness derivative method Cheng, Shumin
1990
112-113 3 p. 539-549
11 p.
artikel
63 Analysis of stress intensity factors for the tension of a centrally cracked strip with stiffened edges Isida, M.
1973
112-113 3 p. 647-665
19 p.
artikel
64 Analysis of the boundary layer at the free surface of a half circular crack Dhondt, Guido
1998
112-113 3 p. 273-290
18 p.
artikel
65 Analysis of three-dimensional thermoelastic fracture problems using path-independent integrals Wen-Hwa, Chen
1991
112-113 3 p. 581-589
9 p.
artikel
66 Analysis of transformation-induced crack closure Mei, Z.
1991
112-113 3 p. 569-573
5 p.
artikel
67 Analytical and experimental evaluation of coldworking process for strain hardening materials Arora, P.R.
1996
112-113 3 p. 371-385
15 p.
artikel
68 Analytical estimation of stress intensity factors in patched cracked plates Chandra, Ramesh
1985
112-113 3 p. 479-494
16 p.
artikel
69 Analytical-generalized variational method in solution of the stress intensity factors for a double notch edge crack in an orthotropic plate subjected to pin loads De-Yu, Cui
1992
112-113 3 p. 427-434
8 p.
artikel
70 Analytical solution for embedded elliptical cracks, and finite element alternating method for elliptical surface cracks, subjected to arbitrary loadings Nishioka, T.
1983
112-113 3 p. 247-268
22 p.
artikel
71 Analytical-variational method of analysis about a finite plate with a cracked hole stiffened by a ring with rivet joints Fu, Dong-shan
1995
112-113 3 p. 325-344
20 p.
artikel
72 Analytical-variational method of solution for stress intensity factors about anisotropic and isotropic finite plates with double cracks emanating from holes Fu, Dong-shan
1995
112-113 3 p. 311-324
14 p.
artikel
73 An analysis of interface cracks between dissimilar isotropic materials using conservation integrals in elasticity Yau, J.F.
1984
112-113 3 p. 423-432
10 p.
artikel
74 An analysis of stress intensity factor for thermal transient problems based on green's function Yong-Wan, Kim
1994
112-113 3 p. 393-403
11 p.
artikel
75 An analysis of the growth of short fatigue cracks McEvily, A.J.
1991
112-113 3 p. 571-584
14 p.
artikel
76 An analysis of the three-point bending bar by use of the weight function method Fett, T.
1991
112-113 3 p. 683-686
4 p.
artikel
77 An analysis of two models of super-deep penetration Cherepanov, G.P.
1996
112-113 3 p. 399-423
25 p.
artikel
78 An analytical and experimental comparison of Ji-values for shallow through and part-through surface cracks Kirk, Mark T.
1991
112-113 3 p. 535-551
17 p.
artikel
79 An analytical investigation of debonding problems in beams strengthened using composite plates Greco, Fabrizio
2007
112-113 3 p. 346-372
27 p.
artikel
80 An anisotropic damage mechanics model for fatigue failure June, Wang
1993
112-113 3 p. 349-355
7 p.
artikel
81 An approximate elastoplastic analysis of the effect of plane strain at the surface of a notch Gemma, A.E.
1985
112-113 3 p. 495-501
7 p.
artikel
82 An approximation for the cyclic state of stress ahead of cracks and its implications under fatigue crack growth Madia, M.
2011
112-113 3 p. 573-584
12 p.
artikel
83 An arbitrarily oriented inclusion in a half-space subjected to an inclined surface load Doyum, A.Bülent
1991
112-113 3 p. 609-625
17 p.
artikel
84 An assessment of stress intensity factors for surface flaws in a tubular member Peng, D.
2005
112-113 3 p. 357-371
15 p.
artikel
85 An assessment of the capabilities of Tracey's singularity element Abdalla F∘, Joao E.
1994
112-113 3 p. 465-472
8 p.
artikel
86 An effect of the second phase morphology on the tensile fracture characteristics of carbon steels Kunio, T.
1975
112-113 3 p. 411-412
2 p.
artikel
87 An elastic wedge with an extending crack—II Das, A.N.
1996
112-113 3 p. 413-423
11 p.
artikel
88 An energy-balance approach to the problem of fatigue-crack growth Chakrabarti, A.K.
1978
112-113 3 p. 469-483
15 p.
artikel
89 An energy condition for initiation of interfacial microcracks at inclusions Sundström, Bengt
1974
112-113 3 p. 483-492
10 p.
artikel
90 An energy dissipation analysis for a transitional model of crack tip plasticity Unger, David J.
1992
112-113 3 p. 457-462
6 p.
artikel
91 An energy-release-rate linear-extrapolation algorithm for finite element calculation of mode I stress intensity factors Unger, W.J.
1986
112-113 3 p. 445-452
8 p.
artikel
92 An engineering approach to assess constraint effects on cleavage fracture toughness Gao, Xiaosheng
2001
112-113 3 p. 263-283
21 p.
artikel
93 An engineering model for propagation of small cracks in fatigue McDowell, D.L.
1997
112-113 3 p. 357-377
21 p.
artikel
94 An engineering tool for fracture toughness testing Stromswold, E.I.
1992
112-113 3 p. 309-320
12 p.
artikel
95 An estimate of the residual stress distribution in the vicinity of a propagating fatigue crack Williams, J.F.
1979
112-113 3 p. 547-557
11 p.
artikel
96 An estimation method for evaluating energy release rates of circumferential through-wall cracked pipe welds Rahman, S.
1992
112-113 3 p. 417-430
14 p.
artikel
97 A new analysis of elastic interaction between a surface crack and parallel screw dislocations Sanboh, Lee
1985
112-113 3 p. 429-435
7 p.
artikel
98 A new approach to estimate fatigue crack delay due to a single cycle overload Gemma, A.E.
1977
112-113 3 p. 647-654
8 p.
artikel
99 A new criterion for composite material mixed mode fracture analysis Zhang, S.Q.
1989
112-113 3 p. 749-769
21 p.
artikel
100 A new criterion of mixed-mode crack propagation based on the maximization of principal stress σ 1 Chrysakis, A.C.
1986
112-113 3 p. 361-369
9 p.
artikel
101 A new fatigue crack growth rate testing method Creager, M.
1984
112-113 3 p. 449-463
15 p.
artikel
102 A new mechanistic approach to analysing LEFM fatigue crack growth behaviour of metals and alloys Lal, D.N.
1994
112-113 3 p. 379-401
23 p.
artikel
103 A new method for calculating the elastic component of the crack opening displacement (COD) Caminha Junior, Herick Marques
1983
112-113 3 p. 717-723
7 p.
artikel
104 A new method for measuring the shape and size of the plastic zones around slit ends — the direct showing method Lai, Yunlin
1987
112-113 3 p. 383-392
10 p.
artikel
105 A new method for quantitative modelling of quasibrittle fracture Dolotova, N.A.
1986
112-113 3 p. 337-350
14 p.
artikel
106 A new method to compute size independent fracture toughness values for brittle materials Basham, K.D.
1993
112-113 3 p. 357-363
7 p.
artikel
107 A new microvoid-damage model for ductile fracture Wei Hua Tai,
1986
112-113 3 p. 377-384
8 p.
artikel
108 A new mixed mode fracture criterion: maximum tangential strain energy density criterion Koo, J.M.
1991
112-113 3 p. 443-449
7 p.
artikel
109 A new parameter for prediction of creep crack growth rate at high temperature Yokobori, T.
1980
112-113 3 p. 533-539
7 p.
artikel
110 A new statistical local criterion for cleavage fracture in steel. Part II: application to an offshore structural steel Bordet, S.R.
2005
112-113 3 p. 453-474
22 p.
artikel
111 A new statistical local criterion for cleavage fracture in steel. Part I: model presentation Bordet, S.R.
2005
112-113 3 p. 435-452
18 p.
artikel
112 An exact elastic-perfectly plastic solution for antiplane problem of a crack in anisotropic plane of finite width Hao, Tian-Hu
1987
112-113 3 p. 293-299
7 p.
artikel
113 An experimental study of crack tip plastic flow in mild steel Bandyopadhyay, S.N.
1981
112-113 3 p. 565-580
16 p.
artikel
114 An experimental study of the critical stress intensity factor in laminated structures at high loading rates Ohlson, N.G.
1974
112-113 3 p. 447-454
8 p.
artikel
115 An experimental study of the dynamic mechanical properties of an AlSiCw composite Marchand, A.
1988
112-113 3 p. 295-315
21 p.
artikel
116 An improved numerical inverse isoparametric mapping technique for 2D mesh rezoning Lim, I.L.
1992
112-113 3 p. 417-435
19 p.
artikel
117 An integral JR0 , for a crack perpendicular to the interface of a bonded composite Chiang, C.R.
1987
112-113 3 p. 301-307
7 p.
artikel
118 An interaction energy integral method for computation of mixed-mode stress intensity factors along non-planar crack fronts in three dimensions Gosz, M.
2002
112-113 3 p. 299-319
21 p.
artikel
119 An intrinsic time to fracture criterion for amorphous polymers Valanis, K.C.
1978
112-113 3 p. 659-676
18 p.
artikel
120 An investigation of the cyclic fatigue and fracture behavior of a niobium aluminide intermetallic Srivatsan, T.S.
1997
112-113 3 p. 293-303
11 p.
artikel
121 An investigation on the ductile damage evolution law of high-cycle fatigue Shi, Mingzhe
1993
112-113 3 p. 393-397
5 p.
artikel
122 Anisotropy in fracture behavior of thin A1 7075-T651 plates Majerus, J.N.
1997
112-113 3 p. 437-442
6 p.
artikel
123 Announcement 1993
112-113 3 p. 541-
1 p.
artikel
124 Announcement 1986
112-113 3 p. 619-
1 p.
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125 Announcement 1985
112-113 3 p. I-
1 p.
artikel
126 Announcement, repeat from 71/2 2004
112-113 3 p. II-
1 p.
artikel
127 A notched cross weld tensile testing method for determining true stress–strain curves for weldments Zhang, Z.L
2002
112-113 3 p. 353-366
14 p.
artikel
128 A note on a central crack in a strip under uniaxial tension Tada, Hiroshi
1972
112-113 3 p. 585-
1 p.
artikel
129 A note on plastic zone instability theory Smith, E.
1982
112-113 3 p. 451-452
2 p.
artikel
130 A note on stress corrosion cracking rates Mostovoy, S.
1971
112-113 3 p. 291-298
8 p.
artikel
131 A note on stress intensity factors for single edge V-notched plates in tension Ioakimidis, N.I.
1978
112-113 3 p. 685-686
2 p.
artikel
132 A note on the analysis of crack-opening-displacement measurements as a means to crack length determination Sullivan, A.M.
1977
112-113 3 p. 749-750
2 p.
artikel
133 A note on the effect of material inhomogeneity on fracture instability in engineering materials Smith, E.
1981
112-113 3 p. 657-658
2 p.
artikel
134 A note on the finite width correction for a double edge-cracked plate in tension Ranganathan, N.
1974
112-113 3 p. 619-620
2 p.
artikel
135 A note on the finite width corrections to the stress intensity factor Hiroshi, Tada
1971
112-113 3 p. 345-347
3 p.
artikel
136 A note on the first order perturbation solution of a straight crack with slightly branched and curved extension under a general geometric and loading condition Sumi, Y.
1986
112-113 3 p. 479-481
3 p.
artikel
137 A novel approach for evaluating weight functions for cracks in finite bodies Ferahi, M.
1998
112-113 3 p. 343-352
10 p.
artikel
138 A novel damage variable to characterize evolution of microstructure with plastic deformation for ductile metal materials under tensile loading Shi, Z.M.
2011
112-113 3 p. 503-513
11 p.
artikel
139 A numerical and experimental verification of compliance functions for compact specimens Tobler, R.L.
1985
112-113 3 p. 547-556
10 p.
artikel
140 An Unsymmetric End-Notched Flexure Test for Interfacial Fracture Toughness Determination Sundararaman, V.
1998
112-113 3 p. 361-377
17 p.
artikel
141 A personal computer based system to evaluate J-integral by a single specimen unloading compliance method—part II: Results on A533B class I steel and corona-5 Narendrnath, K.R.
1988
112-113 3 p. 349-359
11 p.
artikel
142 Applicability of damage models for failure analysis of threaded bolts Liao, Ridong
2011
112-113 3 p. 514-524
11 p.
artikel
143 Application of a new model for fatigue threshold in a structural steel weldment Rading, G.O.
1995
112-113 3 p. 423-
1 p.
artikel
144 Application of a weight function method to predict the fatigue life of corner cracked holes loaded in bending Perez, R.
1987
112-113 3 p. 283-291
9 p.
artikel
145 Application of fracture mechanics in design and analysis of pressure vessels Singer, Victor
1969
112-113 3 p. 507-517
11 p.
artikel
146 Application of fracture mechanics to aircraft structural safety Wood, Howard A.
1975
112-113 3 p. 557-558
2 p.
artikel
147 Application of instrumented impact test for studying dynamic fracture property of 9Cr-1Mo-V-Nb-N steel Zhu, L.H.
1999
112-113 3 p. 327-336
10 p.
artikel
148 Application of strain energy density factor to fatigue crack growth analysis Badaliance, Robert
1980
112-113 3 p. 657-666
10 p.
artikel
149 Application of the ac potential drop technique to the determination of R curves of tough ferritic steels Okumura, N.
1981
112-113 3 p. 617-625
9 p.
artikel
150 Application of the body force method to the calculation of stress intensity factors for a crack in the arbitrarily shaped plate Murakami, Yukitaka
1978
112-113 3 p. 497-513
17 p.
artikel
151 Application of the electrical analog technique in fiber-reinforced composites Srinivasan, G.V.
1989
112-113 3 p. 479-492
14 p.
artikel
152 Application of the J-integral to mixed mode fracture analysis of orthotropic composites Valaire, B.T.
1990
112-113 3 p. 507-514
8 p.
artikel
153 Application of the (lanteigne) plastic zone correction in elastic-plastic fracture Penelon, A.
1979
112-113 3 p. 559-561
3 p.
artikel
154 Application of the strip-yield model from the NASGRO software to predict fatigue crack growth in aluminium alloys under constant and variable amplitude loading Skorupa, M.
2007
112-113 3 p. 291-313
23 p.
artikel
155 Application of the virtual crack closure technique to calculate stress intensity factors for through cracks with an elliptical crack front Fawaz, S.A.
1998
112-113 3 p. 327-342
16 p.
artikel
156 Applications of normal stress dominated cohesive zone models for mixed-mode crack simulation based on extended finite element methods Xu, Yangjian
2011
112-113 3 p. 544-558
15 p.
artikel
157 Applications of the element-free Galerkin method for singular stress analysis under strain gradient plasticity theories Pan, Xiaofei
2011
112-113 3 p. 452-461
10 p.
artikel
158 Applications of two parameter approaches in elastic-plastic fracture mechanics O'dowd, Noel P.
1995
112-113 3 p. 445-465
21 p.
artikel
159 Approximate stress intensity factors compounded from known solutions Cartwright, D.J.
1974
112-113 3 p. 563-571
9 p.
artikel
160 Approximate weight functions for embedded elliptical cracks Wang, Xin
1998
112-113 3 p. 381-392
12 p.
artikel
161 Approximate weight functions for externally cracked cylinders in mode I and mode III Jordan, E.H.
1992
112-113 3 p. 411-416
6 p.
artikel
162 A probabilistic analysis on thickness effect in fracture toughness Minami, F.
1987
112-113 3 p. 433-444
12 p.
artikel
163 A probabilistic investigation of fatigue life and cumulative cycle ratio Tanaka, S.
1984
112-113 3 p. 501-513
13 p.
artikel
164 A probabilistic model for fatigue crack growth under random loading Alawi, Hassan
1986
112-113 3 p. 479-487
9 p.
artikel
165 A probability model for the growth of corrosion pits in aluminum alloys induced by constituent particles Harlow, D.G.
1998
112-113 3 p. 305-325
21 p.
artikel
166 A radially cracked, cylindrical fracture toughness specimen Jones, A.T.
1974
112-113 3 p. 435-446
12 p.
artikel
167 Arbitrary array of cracks in bonded half planes subjected to various loadings Isida, M.
1993
112-113 3 p. 365-380
16 p.
artikel
168 Arbitrary loading problems of doubly symmetric regions containing a central crack Isida, Makoto
1975
112-113 3 p. 505-514
10 p.
artikel
169 A rectangular sheet with an edge crack excited by a normal anti-plane shear wave Zhang, X.S.
1989
112-113 3 p. 587-592
6 p.
artikel
170 A review of fatigue crack growth in high strength aluminum alloys and the relevant metallurgical factors Hahn, C.T.
1973
112-113 3 p. 523-536
14 p.
artikel
171 A review on the law of continuous damage parameter for non-ageing materials Cheng, Yuan-Sheng
1983
112-113 3 p. 211-217
7 p.
artikel
172 A sandwich plate with a part-through and a debonding crack Erdogan, F.
1972
112-113 3 p. 449-458
10 p.
artikel
173 A semi-analytical study of the edge-cracked circular disc by use of the boundary collocation method Fett, T.
1997
112-113 3 p. 331-346
16 p.
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174 A seminar on “Soil-structure interactions” Saint-Rémy-lés-Chevreuse (near Paris) 2–4 June 1981 1981
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175 A simple experimental procedure for stress intensity factor calibration James, L.A.
1969
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176 A simple method for the photoelastic determination of mode I stress intensity factors Ioakimidis, N.I.
1978
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177 A simple solution for the stress intensity factor of a flat elliptical crack in a transversely isotropic solid Zheng-Guo, Zhang
1989
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178 A simple test method for determining jIC of mild steel by means of single side-grooved precracked charpy-type specimen Liu, Yi
1988
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179 A singular element for a new experimental method of fracture toughness determination Gambin, W.
1983
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180 A solution method for analysis of cracked plates under vibration Liew, K.M.
1994
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181 Assessment of plastic collapse behavior for tubes with collinear cracks Moon, Seong-In
2006
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182 A statistical interpretation of fatigue limit on the basis of the extreme theory Yuji, Kimura
1979
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183 A statistical mechanics model of phase transformation of zirconia particles in ceramics Liu, Yulan
1996
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184 A statistical model for the prediction of fatigue crack growth under a block type spectrum loading Salivar, G.C.
1988
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185 A stochastic approach to fatigue damage of carbon fiber composites Chiaki, Ihara
1989
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186 A strain criterion for fatigue threshold based on Neuber's approximation Mazumdar, P.K.
1985
112-113 3 p. 573-577
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187 A strain gauge technique for monitoring small fatigue cracks in welds Otegui, J.L.
1991
112-113 3 p. 549-569
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188 A strip model for fatigue crack growth predictions under general load conditions Wang, G.S
1991
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189 A strip-yield rate-dependent model for rapid loading conditions Nilsson, Fred
1989
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190 A study of crack closure using the optical method of caustics and consequences for the use of ΔK eff as a fatigue crack driving force Wallhead, I.R
1998
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191 A study of fatigue crack closure in polycarbonate CT specimens Wei, L.-W
2000
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192 A study of fatigue crack closure using electric potential and compliance techniques Clarke, C.K.
1977
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193 A study of interference of three parallel cracks Kishida, M.
1984
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194 A study of multiple singularities in multi-material wedges and their use in analysis of microelectronic interconnect structures Luo, Yaping
2007
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195 A study of some issues in stable tearing crack growth simulations Deng, Xiaomin
1999
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196 A study of spectrum fatigue crack propagation in two aluminum alloys—II. Influence of microstructures Telesman, Jack
1986
112-113 3 p. 463-477
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197 A study of spectrum fatigue crack propagation in two aluminum alloys—I. Spectrum simplification Telesman, Jack
1986
112-113 3 p. 453-462
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198 A study of stable crack growth in thin SEC specimens of 304 stainless steel by computer vision Han, Gang
1995
112-113 3 p. 525-531
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199 A study of the interaction between matrix crack and matrix-fibre interface Mao, Renjie
1995
112-113 3 p. 469-477
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200 A study on the fatigue crack growth in 9% Ni steel plate Nagai, A.
1975
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201 A theory for fatigue crack propagation Duggan, Terance V.
1977
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202 A theory of damage in brittle materials Valanis, K.C.
1990
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14 p.
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203 A two-stage micromechanics model for short fatigue cracks Hussain, K.
1993
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12 p.
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204 A unified approach to damage accumulation and fatigue crack growth Bolotin, V.V.
1985
112-113 3 p. 387-398
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205 A unified formulation of fatigue crack propagation in aluminum alloys and PMMA Chow, C.L.
1985
112-113 3 p. 589-608
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206 Automatic optimum mesh around singularities using conformal mapping Tsamasphyros, G.
1986
112-113 3 p. 507-520
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207 A vibration method for the determination of stress intensity factors Pye, C.J.
1982
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208 A Weibull analysis of center cracked panel crack growth data of a 0.40 0.50 carbon steel Reeves, R.K.
1978
112-113 3 p. 571-581
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209 Bimodal strength distributions and flaw populations of ceramics and fibres Peterlik, H.
2001
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210 B. L. Karihaloo, L. M. Keer and S. Nemat-Nasser, Crack kinking under nonsymmetric loading. Enging Fracture Mech. 13(4), 879–888 (1980) 1981
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211 Bonded composite repair of cracked load-bearing holes Paul, J.
1994
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212 Bonded dissimilar materials containing cracks parallel to the interface Erdogan, F.
1971
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213 Boundary element analysis of cracks normal to bimaterial interfaces Kwon, Y.W.
1991
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214 Boundary element analysis of thermal stress intensity factors for cusp crack in transient state Kang Yong Lee,
1993
112-113 3 p. 309-320
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215 Buckling of a thin, tension-loaded, composite plate with an inclined crack Barut, A.
1997
112-113 3 p. 233-248
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216 Calculation of strain-energy release rates with higher order and singular finite elements Raju, I.S.
1987
112-113 3 p. 251-274
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217 Calculation of stress intensity factor using weight function method for a patched crack with debonding region Kim, J.H.
2000
112-113 3 p. 303-310
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218 Calculation of the stress intensity factor of an edge crack in a finite elastic disc using the weight function method Schneider, G.A.
1989
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219 Calendar 1997
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220 Calendar 1997
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221 calendar 2005
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222 Calendar, update from 71/2, press proof’s req’ed 2004
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223 Calendar - Update from previous issue 2007
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224 Call for papers 1986
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225 Call for papers 1973
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226 Chaos & graphics 1988
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227 Characterization of Mode-I fracture of hybrid material interface bonds by contoured DCB specimens Davalos, Julio F.
1997
112-113 3 p. 173-192
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228 Characterization of transition temperature behavior of HY130 steel by the JIc fracture toughness parameter Joyce, J.A.
1980
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229 Closed-form factors for an edged-cracked cylindrical bar Dugdale model Gray, T.G.F.
1980
112-113 3 p. 611-613
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230 Closure measurements of naturally initiating small cracks Sharpe Jr, W.N.
1988
112-113 3 p. 275-294
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231 Combined mode fatigue crack propagation predictions using mode one data Hills, D.A.
1980
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232 Comment on strength size effects and fracture mechanics: What does the physical evidence say? Munz, D.
1988
112-113 3 p. 553-554
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233 Comments on “a generalized griffith criterion for crack propagation” by L. G. Margolin Dienes, J.K.
1986
112-113 3 p. 615-617
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234 Comments on Kim Wallin's letter about “statistical analysis of fracture toughness data” by D. J. Neville Neville, D.J.
1989
112-113 3 p. 771-776
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235 Comments on “techniques of optical caustics photography” by D. A. Meyn Wallhead, I.R.
1993
112-113 3 p. 537-540
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236 Comments on the technical note: The relationship between the parameters c and n of Paris' law for fatigue crack growth in a SAE 1010 steel Schijve, J.
1991
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237 Comparative study on characterization parameters for high temperature creep crack growth with special emphasis on dual value behaviour of crack growth rate Yokobori Jr., A.Toshimitsu
1996
112-113 3 p. 493-503
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238 Comparison of accurate with approximate expressions of stresses for the interface crack problem Spyropoulos, C.P.
1993
112-113 3 p. 339-348
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239 Comparison of different stress-state dependent cohesive zone models applied to thin-walled structures Scheider, Ingo
2011
112-113 3 p. 534-543
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240 Comparison of static and dynamic energy release rates for different fracture specimens Shukla, Arun
1983
112-113 3 p. 725-730
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241 Comparison of two viscoplastic flow laws as applied to a problem of crack growth Bohun, Michael H.
1985
112-113 3 p. 503-519
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242 Compliance calibrations of a contoured and face grooved double cantilever beam specimen Dull, D.L.
1972
112-113 3 p. 523-524
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243 Compliances of a tapered DCB specimen configurations by a finite element method Ottens, H.H.
1974
112-113 3 p. 573-585
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244 Compressional fractures considered as contact problems and mixed complementarity problems De Bremaecker, J.-Cl.
2000
112-113 3 p. 287-303
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245 Compression-induced failure of a glassy material with a crack-like defect Madenci, Erdogan
1992
112-113 3 p. 443-452
10 p.
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246 Computation of residual stress intensity factors for non-propagated cracks with phase-transformation zones in finite bodies Fett, T.
1997
112-113 3 p. 397-408
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247 Computer-aided quantifier elimination in crack problems under constraints for the stress intensity factors Ioakimidis, Nikolaos I.
1995
112-113 3 p. 571-574
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248 Condition for determining the static yield and fracture of a polycarbonate plate specimen with notches Nisitani, H.
1985
112-113 3 p. 359-368
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249 Constant-speed propagation of a penny-shaped interface crack under pure torsion Chung, Y.L.
1992
112-113 3 p. 331-338
8 p.
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250 Constitutive laws for engineering materials: Theory and application Vardoulakis, I.G.
1987
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251 Continuum damage response of a center-cracked plain concrete panel in tension Chen, E.P.
1991
112-113 3 p. 553-560
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252 Controlled dynamic cracking of hardened cement paste specimens Avnon, Itzhak
1991
112-113 3 p. 667-679
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253 Controlled fracture in a finite geometry body as a stone shaping tool Levy, C.
1988
112-113 3 p. 263-273
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254 Convergence of strain energy release rate components for Edge-Delaminated composite laminates Raju, I.S.
1988
112-113 3 p. 383-396
14 p.
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255 Correlating cryogenic fracture strength using a modified two-parameter method Christopher, T.
2005
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256 Corrigenda and addition 1989
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1 p.
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257 Crack arrest in steels Hahn, G.T.
1975
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9 p.
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258 Crack arrest testing of high strength structural steels for naval applications Link, Richard E.
2009
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17 p.
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259 Crack bifurcation under hydrostatic pressure Aoki, S.
1980
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3 p.
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260 Crack branching behavior in stress corrosion cracking of high strength steel Hirose, Y.
1989
112-113 3 p. 729-742
14 p.
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261 Crack closure and crack growth behaviour in shot peened fatigued specimen Song, P.S.
1999
112-113 3 p. 295-304
10 p.
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262 Crack closure and growth behavior of physically short fatigue cracks under random loading Lee, Shin-Young
2000
112-113 3 p. 321-346
26 p.
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263 Crack closure in 2219-T851 aluminum alloy Unangst, K.D.
1977
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264 Crack considerations in a notched compact tension specimen Palazotto, A.N.
1990
112-113 3 p. 473-492
20 p.
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265 Crack-crack interactions in bimaterials Maiti, S.K.
1993
112-113 3 p. 433-442
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266 Crack detection from the variation of the eigenfrequencies of a beam on elastic foundation Hasan, Walid M.
1995
112-113 3 p. 409-421
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267 Cracked columns under compression fixed ends Liu, H.W.
1971
112-113 3 p. 219-230
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268 Cracked-rectangular sheet with linearly varying end displacements Bowie, O.L.
1981
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8 p.
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269 Crack extension under compressive loading Steif, Paul S.
1984
112-113 3 p. 463-473
11 p.
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270 Crack-face displacements for an embedded elliptic crack in an infinite solid subjected to arbitrary tractions Raju, I.S.
1990
112-113 3 p. 417-428
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271 Crack growth and closure behavior of short fatigue cracks Chong-Myong, Pang
1994
112-113 3 p. 327-343
17 p.
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272 Crack growth in cement-based composites Ballarini, R.
1984
112-113 3 p. 433-445
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273 Crack growth rate in impact fatigue and in programmed variable amplitude loading fatigue Johnson, P
1990
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274 Crack growth resistance in plane-stress fracture testing Heyer, R.H.
1972
112-113 3 p. 413-414
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275 Crack growth resistance of a gray cast iron Haenny, L.
1985
112-113 3 p. 529-535
7 p.
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276 Crack identification in rotating shafts by coupled response measurements Gounaris, George D.
2002
112-113 3 p. 339-352
14 p.
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277 Crack initiation from a sharp notch and stretched zone Otsuka, A.
1975
112-113 3 p. 419-420
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278 Crack initiation in cyclic compression and its applications Suresh, S.
1985
112-113 3 p. 453-463
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279 Crack initiation under biaxial loading with higher-order approximation Papadopoulos, G.A.
1989
112-113 3 p. 351-360
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280 Crack kinking from an initially closed, ordinary or interface crack, in the presence of friction Leblond, Jean-Baptiste
2004
112-113 3 p. 289-307
19 p.
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281 Crack-morphological aspects in fracture mechanics Kitagawa, Hideo
1975
112-113 3 p. 515-520
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282 Crack nucleation and growth modeling in biaxial fatigue Hoshide, T.
1988
112-113 3 p. 287-299
13 p.
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283 Crack-opening-displacement measurements of a dynamically loaded crack Sommer, Erwin
1971
112-113 3 p. 235-238
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284 Crack opening displacements from elastic-plastic analyses of externally notched tension bars Wells, A.A.
1969
112-113 3 p. 399-410
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285 Crack propagation and the principal-tensile-stress criterion for mixed-mode loading Vaughan, Henry
1998
112-113 3 p. 393-397
5 p.
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286 Crack propagation at constant load and room temperature in an extruded aluminium Stark, H.L.
1988
112-113 3 p. 409-414
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287 Crack propagation in AlZnMgCu 0.5 during static loading Schwalbe, Karl-Heinz
1974
112-113 3 p. 415-418
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288 Crack propagation velocities in bi-phase plates under static and dynamic loading Theocaris, P.S.
1980
112-113 3 p. 599-609
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289 Cracks at the edge of an elliptic hole in out of plane shear Tweed, J.
1989
112-113 3 p. 743-747
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290 Cracks in a round plate (specimen and calculation method) Boiko, A.V.
1984
112-113 3 p. 489-499
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291 Crack spacing in brittle films on dissimilar planar and axisymmetric elastic substrates Nahta, R.
1995
112-113 3 p. 513-524
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292 Crack surface displacement coupling due to material anisotropy Yong Li Xu,
1994
112-113 3 p. 425-434
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293 Crack surface displacements for mode I one-dimensional cracks in general two-dimensional geometry Wang, G.S.
1991
112-113 3 p. 535-548
14 p.
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294 Crack tip opening displacement estimation formulae for C(T) specimens Panontin, T.L
2000
112-113 3 p. 293-301
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295 Crack tip yield zone estimates in mode II interlaminar fracture of interleaved composites Aksoy, A.
1991
112-113 3 p. 525-534
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296 Creep crack growth measured in tension with a four-point bending device Fett, T.
1997
112-113 3 p. 443-448
6 p.
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297 Critical crack tip opening displacement for polymer composites Vipulanandan, C.
1989
112-113 3 p. 409-419
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298 Cruciform crack propagation in plane strain Mouskos, S.C.
1990
112-113 3 p. 611-619
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299 CTOD Estimates of surface cracked wide plates in bending—I. Finite element analysis Masahiko, Fujikubo
1991
112-113 3 p. 627-639
13 p.
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300 CTOD estimates of surface cracked wide plates in bending—III. The wide plate with overmatched welded joint Masahiko, Fujikubo
1991
112-113 3 p. 653-665
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301 CTOD estimates of surface cracked wide plates in bending—II. Level-3 CTOD method Masahiko, Fujikubo
1991
112-113 3 p. 641-651
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302 Curvilinear cracks around a hole in a shallow shell Ishihama, Noritetu
1987
112-113 3 p. 249-255
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303 Cyclic analysis of a propagating crack and its correlation with fatigue crack growth Ohji, Kiyotsugu
1975
112-113 3 p. 457-464
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304 3D-analysis of localization failure in a ductile material containing two size-scales of spherical particles Tvergaard, Viggo
1988
112-113 3 p. 421-436
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305 3D crack analysis in functionally graded materials Zhang, Ch.
2011
112-113 3 p. 585-604
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306 Debonding of circular second phase particles Jagannadham, K.
1977
112-113 3 p. 689-696
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307 Debonding of FRP plated concrete: A tri-layer fracture treatment Au, Ching
2006
112-113 3 p. 348-365
18 p.
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308 Decomposition of strain energy density in fiber reinforced composites Theocaris, P.S.
1989
112-113 3 p. 335-343
9 p.
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309 Deformation and strength of cracked member under bending moment and axial force Okamura, Hiroyuki
1975
112-113 3 p. 531-539
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310 Deformation and thermodynamic response for a crack dislocation model of brittle fracture Stout, R.B.
1984
112-113 3 p. 545-570
26 p.
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311 Delamination fracture: Effect of fiber orientation on fracture of a continuous fiber composite laminate Lucas, James P.
1992
112-113 3 p. 543-561
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312 Delayed retardation phenomenon of fatigue crack growth resulting from a single application of overload Matsuoka, S.
1978
112-113 3 p. 515-525
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313 Dependence of mixed-mode crack propagation on the variation of σ r and τ rθ Chrysakis, A.C.
1986
112-113 3 p. 351-360
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314 Dependence of stress frequency on fatigue crack initiation in orthotropic material Sakamoto, H.
1990
112-113 3 p. 495-506
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315 Dependence of stress intensity factor on loading condition Chen, Y.Z.
1996
112-113 3 p. 355-361
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316 Design against fatigue failure in thermoplastic Arad, S.
1972
112-113 3 p. 511-522
12 p.
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317 Detection of general yielding in a516 steel by acoustic emission Blanchette, Y.
1983
112-113 3 p. 227-234
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318 Determination of KIC of mild steel by the impact method of testing side-grooved precracked TPB specimens Liu, Yi
1987
112-113 3 p. 361-364
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319 Determination of mixed mode stress intensity factors for a crack-stiffened panel Sethuraman, R.
1989
112-113 3 p. 355-369
15 p.
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320 Determination of mode 1 notch stress intensity factor by the photoelastic technique Murthy, N. Srinivasa
1985
112-113 3 p. 557-562
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321 Determination of stress concentrator opening displacement Panasyuk, V.V.
1996
112-113 3 p. 433-439
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322 Determination of stress intensity factor in orthotropic composite materials using strain gages Shukla, A.
1989
112-113 3 p. 469-477
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323 Determination of stress intensity factors from stress concentrations for V-notched beams Lhermet, G.
1987
112-113 3 p. 331-343
13 p.
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324 Determination of the order of singularity at the apex of a wedge-shaped crack Ioakimidis, N.I.
1985
112-113 3 p. 369-373
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325 Determination of thermal shock stress intensity factor for elliptical crack by modified Vainshtok's weight function method Lee, Kang Yong
1997
112-113 3 p. 423-435
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326 Determination of the size of crack-tip plastic zone in a thin sheet under uniaxial loading Mishra, S.C.
1985
112-113 3 p. 351-357
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327 Determining stress intensity factors from smoothing finite-element representation of photomechanical data Feng, Z.
1991
112-113 3 p. 593-601
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328 Development and growth of offset fingerlike cracks Mills, N.J.
1980
112-113 3 p. 479-489
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329 Development of software on finite element mesh generation (MESHGEN) for metallurgical applications Lalitha, S.
1990
112-113 3 p. 527-530
4 p.
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330 Development of stress field equations and determination of stress intensity factor during dynamic fracture of orthotropic composite materials Hanna, Sanjeev K.K.
1994
112-113 3 p. 345-359
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331 Development of the AASHTO fracture-toughness requirements for bridge steels Barsom, John M.
1975
112-113 3 p. 605-618
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332 Development of the theory of acoustic emission by propagating cracks in terms of fracture mechanics Lysak, M.V.
1996
112-113 3 p. 443-452
10 p.
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333 Diffraction of anti-plane shear waves by two moving griffith cracks Dhaliwal, R.S.
1984
112-113 3 p. 409-421
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334 Diffraction of P waves by two cracks at arbitrary position in an elastic medium Huang, J.Y.
1988
112-113 3 p. 335-347
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335 Diffraction of transient horizontal shear waves by a running crack Shindo, Y.
1979
112-113 3 p. 499-505
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336 Direct determination of weight functions from reference loading cases and geometrical conditions Fett, T.
1992
112-113 3 p. 435-444
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337 Discriminating between fracture criteria in the prediction of failure probability of brittle materials Fok, S.L.
1993
112-113 3 p. 519-528
10 p.
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338 Discussion of “on the use of the T-criterion in fracture mechanics” by N.A.B. Yehia, engineering fracture mechanics 1985 Theocaris, P.S.
1986
112-113 3 p. 371-382
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339 Displacement constraints of the faces of internal cracks due to pure shear Theocaris, P.S.
1986
112-113 3 p. 383-397
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340 Distortional strain energy density criterion: the Y-Criterion Yehia, Nabil A.B.
1991
112-113 3 p. 477-485
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341 Driving forces for composite interface fatigue cracks Chan, K.S.
1989
112-113 3 p. 451-466
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342 Ductile branching modes in stable propagating cracks: An experimental study Theocaris, P.S.
1990
112-113 3 p. 477-493
17 p.
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343 Ductile crack propagation with the strain energy density criterion Chow, C.L.
1985
112-113 3 p. 537-545
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344 Ductile rupture of A508 steel under nonradial loading Marini, B.
1985
112-113 3 p. 375-386
12 p.
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345 Ductile tearing of pipeline-steel wide plates Rivalin, F.
2001
112-113 3 p. 329-345
17 p.
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346 Ductile tearing of pipeline-steel wide plates Rivalin, F.
2001
112-113 3 p. 347-364
18 p.
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347 Ductile to brittle transition of an A508 steel characterized by Charpy impact test Tanguy, B.
2005
112-113 3 p. 413-434
22 p.
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348 Dugdale model modification due to the geometry induced plastic constraints Neimitz, Andrzej
2000
112-113 3 p. 251-261
11 p.
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349 Dugdale models for two collinear unequal cracks Theocaris, P.S.
1983
112-113 3 p. 545-559
15 p.
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350 Dugdale yielded zones in cracked sheets of glassy polymers Mills, N.J.
1974
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6 p.
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351 Dynamic damage constitutive model of concrete in uniaxial tension Qingbin, Li
1996
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352 Dynamic fracture studies on 7075-T6 aluminum and 4340 steel using strain gages and photoelastic coatings Shukla, A.
1988
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353 Dynamic stress distribution around the tip of a running crack Tsai, Y.M.
1974
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389 Editorial: Software survey section 1986
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390 Effect of elastic constants on stress in multi-phases under plane deformation Dai-Heng, Chen
1994
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391 Effect of fibres coating on fracture properties of composite Srivastava, V.K.
1989
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392 Effect of geometry and electrical boundary conditions on R-curves for lead zirconate titanate ceramics Kounga Njiwa, A.B.
2006
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393 Effect of inclined planar fractures on borehole performance Wagner, E.
1993
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394 Effect of interaction of macrocracks on the stress intensity factor in a beam Iyengar, K.T.Sundara Raja
1989
112-113 3 p. 379-386
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395 Effect of laser surface hardening on fatigue crack growth rate in AISI-4130 steel Ji-Liang, Doong
1989
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396 Effect of material nonhomogeneity on crack propagation characteristics Sih, G.C.
1980
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397 Effect of mechanical heterogeneity on the behavior of a crack in the weld heat affected zone: A numerical analysis Chao, J.
1993
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398 Effect of mechanical properties of material on rate of fatigue crack propagation Homma, Hiroomi
1978
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399 Effect of prior uniform plastic strain on the K ISCC of high-strength steels in sea water Novak, S.R.
1973
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400 Effect of several variables on J-COD relationship and plastic rotational factor r P Li, Qingfen
1996
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401 Effect of single overload in FCP Vardar, Öktem
1988
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402 Effect of size on plasticity and fracture toughness Putatunda, S.K.
1984
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403 Effect of specimen thickness on the crack propagation and crack branching in delayed failure Keijiro, Nakasa
1982
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404 Effect of stress field parameters on dynamic crack branching Shukla, A.
1990
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405 Effect of stress frequency on fatigue crack initiation in titanium Sakamoto, H.
1988
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406 Effect of stress gradient on the fracture of graphite Darby, M.I.
1978
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407 Effect of stress ratio on fatigue-crack growth in 7075-T6 aluminum-alloy sheet Hudson, C.Michael
1969
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408 Effect of stress triaxiality in crack tip field on validity of J-dominance Sun, Jun
1989
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409 Effect of stress wave shape on the crack propagation velocity in cyclic delayed failure Nakasa, Keijiro
1981
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410 Effect of synthetic sea-water on the crack growth properties of HY 140 steel weldment Clark Jr, W.G.
1972
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411 Effects of crack length and crack front geometry on KQ -values of aluminum 7075-T651 ct-specimens De Jong, Henk F.
1981
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412 Effects of cyclic plasticity on creep crack growth Chen, G.G
1991
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413 Effects of fatigue precracking on stretch zone formation Smith, J.
1995
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414 Effects of temperature, initial stress intensity factor and loading speed on the crack branching in delayed failure Keijiro, Nakasa
1980
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415 Effects of three-dimensional constraint on cracks on bimaterial interfaces Wang, Shiwen
1996
112-113 3 p. 471-483
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416 Effects of welding residual stresses on significance of defects in various types of welded joint—II Finch, D.M.
1992
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417 Elastic energies carried with rayleigh wave fronts determined by caustics Theocaris, P.S.
1989
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418 Elastic interaction between screw dislocations and collinear edge and internal cracks Sham-Tsong, Shiue
1991
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419 Elastic notch stress intensity factors for sharply V-notched rounded bars under torsion Zappalorto, M.
2009
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420 Elastic-plastic analysis of a dynamically loaded circumferentially notched round bar Nakamura, T.
1985
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421 Elastic-plastic analysis of a finite sheet with a cold-worked hole Guo Wanlin,
1993
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422 Elastic-plastic analysis of crack in thermally-loaded structures Aoki, S.
1982
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423 Elastic-plastic asymptotic fields for cracks on bimaterial interfaces Wang, T.C.
1990
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424 Elastic-plastic finite element analysis of dynamic fracture Ahmad, J.
1983
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425 Elastic/plastic fracture analysis for bonded joints Yamada, Shoji E.
1987
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426 Elasto-plastic analysis of layered media with dissimilar materials Chen, J.K.
1986
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427 Elasto-plastic response of an externally cracked cylinder analyzed by the method of lines Malik, S.N
1979
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428 Elastostatic interaction of multiple arbitrarily shaped cracks in plane inhomogeneous regions Narendran, V.Mohan
1984
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429 Elementary real path-dependent integrals for the accurate evaluation of stress intensity factors at a class of straight crack tips Ioakimidis, N.I.
1990
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430 Elliptical bar with an asymmetric internal crack under anti-plane shear deformation Georgiadis, H.G.
1986
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431 Energy density approach to calculation of inelastic strain-stress near notches and cracks Glinka, G.
1985
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432 Energy dissipation associated with crack extension in an elastic-plastic material Shivakumar, K.N.
1987
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433 Energy release rate for a dynamically growing crack at the interface of dissimilar isotropic materials Chu, S.J.
1995
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434 Engng Fracture Mech. 1984
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435 Engng Fracture Mech. 1984
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436 Enhancement/shielding effects of inclusion on arbitrarily located cracks Lam, K.Y.
1993
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437 Environmental effects on fracture resistant and biaxial fatigue design of aircraft structures Goransson, U.G.
1973
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438 Errata 1977
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439 Erratum 1999
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440 Erratum 1979
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441 Erratum 1969
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442 Erratum 1980
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443 Error analysis for determination of stress intensity factors from isochromatic crack tip fringe patterns Rossmanith, H.P.
1981
112-113 3 p. 651-655
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444 Estimated stress intensity factors for semi-elliptical cracks in front of narrow circular notches Fett, Theo
1999
112-113 3 p. 357-362
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445 Estimation of fatigue crack propagation life of steel plates and of structural member model of ship hull Kinoshita, M.
1973
112-113 3 p. 563-564
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446 Estimation of fatigue crack propagation rate in steel Li, Zhen
1994
112-113 3 p. 339-345
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447 Estimations of the T-stress for small cracks at notches Wang, Xin
2006
112-113 3 p. 366-375
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448 Evaluation of critical interlaminar sif of DCB specimen made of slender cantilever Verma, S.K.
1995
112-113 3 p. 345-353
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449 Evaluation of dynamic fracture toughness K Id by Hopkinson pressure bar loaded instrumented Charpy impact test Fengchun, Jiang
2004
112-113 3 p. 279-287
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450 Evaluation of dynamic fracture toughness on heavy wall ductile cast iron for container Toshiro, Kobayashi
1988
112-113 3 p. 397-407
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451 Evaluation of elastic-plastic fracture in aluminum panels Cordes, Jennifer
1994
112-113 3 p. 441-449
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452 Evaluation of the a.c. potential drop method to determine J-crack resistance curves for a pressure vessel steel Gibson, G.P.
1989
112-113 3 p. 387-401
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453 Experimental and analytical strains in an edge-cracked sheet Underwood, J.H.
1971
112-113 3 p. 183-186
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454 Experimental and theoretical studies for fatigue damage of short fiber reinforced metal Shen, Wei
1995
112-113 3 p. 479-486
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455 Experimental correlation between ductility and J-integral in the transition region of 1045 steel Bayoumi, M.R.
1983
112-113 3 p. 679-691
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456 Experimental determination of Jc data using different types of specimen Markström, Karl
1977
112-113 3 p. 637-646
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457 Experimental K calibration for surface flaws under bending for different materials and stress ratios Hadrboletz, A.
1994
112-113 3 p. 473-485
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458 Experimental K-calibration of elliptical surface cracks under bending Hadrboletz, A.
1993
112-113 3 p. 437-448
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459 Explicit cyclic J-integral expressions for low-cycle fatigue modeling of plane stress crack problems Al-Sugair, Faisal H.
1992
112-113 3 p. 313-320
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460 Extended dislocations around a semi-infinite crack Lin, K.M.
1996
112-113 3 p. 395-403
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461 Failure modes of elastomers Eirich, Frederick R.
1973
112-113 3 p. 555-562
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462 Failure statistics and deformation of ATJS graphite disks and bars fractured by spinning—I Jortner, J.
1980
112-113 3 p. 631-637
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463 Fatigue analysis of laser welded lap joints Hsu, Chris
1991
112-113 3 p. 575-580
6 p.
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464 Fatigue analysis of non-load-carrying fillet welded cruciform joints Nykänen, T.
2007
112-113 3 p. 399-415
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465 Fatigue analysis of spot-welded joints under variable amplitude load history El-Sayed, M.E.M.
1996
112-113 3 p. 363-369
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466 Fatigue behaviour of a commercial aluminium alloy in sea water at different temperatures Bayoumi, Mohamed Ragab
1993
112-113 3 p. 297-307
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467 Fatigue behaviour of nozzle corner cracks Chai, Guozhong
1990
112-113 3 p. 661-666
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468 Fatigue crack closure as a function of crack length in AlLi alloys Jung, H.Y.
1996
112-113 3 p. 307-324
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469 Fatigue crack closure at positive stresses Adams, N.J.I.
1972
112-113 3 p. 543-554
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470 Fatigue crack growth at stress concentrations—the role of notch plasticity and crack closure Shin, C.S.
1988
112-113 3 p. 301-315
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471 Fatigue crack growth behavior of D6AC space shuttle steel Liaw, P.K.
1992
112-113 3 p. 379-400
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472 Fatigue crack growth below Kiscc Cherepanov, G.P.
1974
112-113 3 p. 551-555
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473 Fatigue crack growth in PMMA and rigid PVC under biaxial stress Leevers, P.S.
1979
112-113 3 p. 487-498
12 p.
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474 Fatigue crack growth properties of a GLARE3-5/4 fiber/metal laminate Takamatsu, Tohru
1999
112-113 3 p. 253-272
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475 Fatigue crack growth rate properties of SA508 and SA533 pressure vessel steels and submerged arc weldments in room and elevated temperature air environments Logsdon, W.A.
1985
112-113 3 p. 509-526
18 p.
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476 Fatigue crack growth retardation after single-cycle peak overload in Ti-6Al-4V titanium alloy Jones, R.E.
1973
112-113 3 p. 585-588
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477 Fatigue crack growth with retardation under stationary stochastic loading Dolinski, Krzysztof
1987
112-113 3 p. 279-290
12 p.
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478 Fatigue crack propagation from a crack inclined to the cyclic tensile axis Tanaka, Keisuke
1974
112-113 3 p. 493-498
6 p.
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479 Fatigue crack propagation in an epoxy polymer Sutton, Stephen A.
1974
112-113 3 p. 587-594
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480 Fatigue crack propagation in ARALL® LAMINATES: Measurement of the effect of crack-tip shielding from crack bridging Ritchie, R.O
1989
112-113 3 p. 361-377
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481 Fatigue crack propagation in resonating structures Dentsoras, A.J.
1989
112-113 3 p. 721-728
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482 Fatigue crack propagation through residual stress fields with closure phenomena Beghini, M.
1990
112-113 3 p. 379-387
9 p.
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483 Fatigue crack propagation under step variation of stress frequency in orthotropic material Sakamoto, H.
1988
112-113 3 p. 463-474
12 p.
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484 Fatigue life prediction of a B/A1 composite Shen, G.
1993
112-113 3 p. 449-457
9 p.
artikel
485 Fatigue life prediction of notched members based on local strain and elastic-plastic fracture mechanics concepts Sehitoglu, Huseyin
1983
112-113 3 p. 609-621
13 p.
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486 Fatigue of nickel-base superalloy sheets containing various diameter small holes Rau Jr., C.A.
1971
112-113 3 p. 211-220
10 p.
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487 Fatigue strength of steel beams with bracket plates welded to the tension flange Tanaka, K.
1977
112-113 3 p. 585-605
21 p.
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488 Fem analysis on mixed-mode fracture of CSM-GRP Zhang, S.
1986
112-113 3 p. 521-535
15 p.
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489 Field of stresses in an infinite plate containing two collinear cuts loaded at an arbitrary location Vialaton, G.
1976
112-113 3 p. 525-538
14 p.
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490 Fields near elliptical crack tip in piezoelectric ceramics Zi-Kun, Wang
1995
112-113 3 p. 447-456
10 p.
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491 Finding elasto-plastic stress and strain in cracked bars under torsion and shear by assembling screw dislocations Tirosh, Jehuda
1979
112-113 3 p. 563-571
9 p.
artikel
492 Finite element analysis of edge cracking in plates Swenson, Daniel V.
1990
112-113 3 p. 641-652
12 p.
artikel
493 Finite element analysis of interface cracks in rubber materials Pidaparti, R.M.V.
1994
112-113 3 p. 309-316
8 p.
artikel
494 Finite-element analysis of probability of delayed failure in brittle structures Aoki, S.
1985
112-113 3 p. 465-473
9 p.
artikel
495 Finite element computation of crack closure integrals and stress intensity factors Maiti, S.K.
1992
112-113 3 p. 339-348
10 p.
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496 Finite element estimates of strain energy release rate components at the tip of an interface crack under mode I loading Dattaguru, B.
1994
112-113 3 p. 451-463
13 p.
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497 Finite element implementation of virtual internal bond model for simulating crack behavior Thiagarajan, Ganesh
2004
112-113 3 p. 401-423
23 p.
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498 Finite element investigation of creep crack growth from surface thumbnail cracks Smith, S.D.
1989
112-113 3 p. 625-635
11 p.
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499 Finite element model fracture prediction during sheet-metal blanking processes Hambli, Ridha
2001
112-113 3 p. 365-378
14 p.
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500 Finite element numerical evaluation of J-integral for cracked ductile cylinders Feng, D.Z.
1993
112-113 3 p. 481-489
9 p.
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501 Finite elements for determination of crack tip elastic stress intensity factors Tracey, Dennis M.
1971
112-113 3 p. 255-265
11 p.
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502 Finite-element solutions for a cracked two-layered elastic cylinder Swanson, Stephen R.
1971
112-113 3 p. 283-289
7 p.
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503 Finite element solutions for propagating interface cracks with singularity elements Aminpour, M.A.
1991
112-113 3 p. 451-468
18 p.
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504 Finite length crack in a viscoelastic strip under impact—II. Numerical results Papadopoulos, G.A.
1988
112-113 3 p. 355-363
9 p.
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505 Finite-part singular integral representation analysis in Lp of two-dimensional elasticity problems Ladopoulos, E.G.
1992
112-113 3 p. 445-454
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506 Foreword Yokobori, T.
1975
112-113 3 p. 367-369
3 p.
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507 Formation of fracture ‘lances’ in glass Sommer, E.
1969
112-113 3 p. 539-540
2 p.
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508 Forthcoming papers 1997
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509 Fracture analysis of surface- and through-cracked sheets and plates Newman Jr., J.C.
1973
112-113 3 p. 667-689
23 p.
artikel
510 Fracture at V-notches with contained plasticity Strandberg, Morten
2002
112-113 3 p. 403-415
13 p.
artikel
511 Fracture behaviour of the aluminium alloy AlCuMg 2 after homogeneous cold deformation Reiss, W.
1986
112-113 3 p. 575-584
10 p.
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512 Fracture behaviour of zirconia oxide filled unidirectional glass fibre reinforced plastic composites Srivastava, V.K.
1988
112-113 3 p. 517-524
8 p.
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513 Fracture dynamics—a photoelastic investigation Bradley, W.B.
1971
112-113 3 p. 317-320
4 p.
artikel
514 Fracture initiation under gross yielding: Strain energy density criterion Sih, G.C.
1983
112-113 3 p. 667-677
11 p.
artikel
515 Fracture mechanics analyses for skin-stiffener debonding Raju, I.S.
1996
112-113 3 p. 371-385
15 p.
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516 Fracture mechanics analysis of warm pre-stressing for power-hardening materials Zhang Zheng,
1996
112-113 3 p. 347-353
7 p.
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517 Fracture mechanics-based failure analysis Rosenfield, A.R.
1993
112-113 3 p. 333-338
6 p.
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518 Fracture mechanics in design Lereim, Jon
1983
112-113 3 p. 703-715
13 p.
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519 Fracture mode and toughness vs temperature (−20–22°C) for UNS-S15500 (15-5 PH) stainless steel Calabrese, C.
1979
112-113 3 p. 537-546
10 p.
artikel
520 Fracture of fibrous metal matrix composites—IV. Plastic zones, local stresses and fracture strength Dvorak, G.J.
1992
112-113 3 p. 501-517
17 p.
artikel
521 Fracture of precipitation strengthened aluminum alloys—role of environment Srivatsan, T.S.
1990
112-113 3 p. 569-589
21 p.
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522 Fracture of rock: Effect of loading rate Bažant, Zdeněk P.
1993
112-113 3 p. 393-398
6 p.
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523 Fracture of solid rocket propellant grains Rao, B.Nageswara
1992
112-113 3 p. 455-459
5 p.
artikel
524 Fracture of thin sections containing surface cracks Bonesteel, R.M
1973
112-113 3 p. 541-554
14 p.
artikel
525 Fracture of WC-Co from a continuum viewpoint Butler, Thomas W.
1972
112-113 3 p. 487-498
12 p.
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526 Fracture prediction and necking analysis Zhang, K.S.
1995
112-113 3 p. 575-582
8 p.
artikel
527 Fracture-resistant ultralloys for space-power systems: High-temperature tensile characteristics and fractographs for W,30Re and W,30Re,lThO22 Tsao, B.H.
1989
112-113 3 p. 567-577
11 p.
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528 Fracture-resistant ultralloys for space-power systems: Nuclear-thermionic-conversion implications of W,27Re Moraga, N.O.
1989
112-113 3 p. 553-565
13 p.
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529 Fracture strains in sheet metalforming and specific essential work of fracture Atkins, A.G.
1987
112-113 3 p. 291-297
7 p.
artikel
530 Fracture testing and results for a Ti-6A1-4V alloy at liquid helium temperature Fowlkes, C.W.
1976
112-113 3 p. 487-500
14 p.
artikel
531 Fracture toughness and fatigue crack propagation in high strength steel from room temperature to −180°c Kawasaki, Tadashi
1975
112-113 3 p. 465-470
6 p.
artikel
532 Fracture toughness and its determination A method of practical feasibility and general applicability Kassem, Mohammed A.
1978
112-113 3 p. 591-608
18 p.
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533 Fracture toughness and microstructure of multipass welds in a Q.T. C-Mn microalloyed steel Herrera, Rubén
1986
112-113 3 p. 325-336
12 p.
artikel
534 Fracture toughness for the specimens with shallow cracks Xie, J
1989
112-113 3 p. 329-337
9 p.
artikel
535 Fracture toughness measurements by instrumented impact test Radon, J.C.
1969
112-113 3 p. 411-428
18 p.
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536 Fracture toughness of commercially sintered low alloy steels—Part II. Results and discussion Terheci, Mircea
1997
112-113 3 p. 409-421
13 p.
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537 Fracture toughness of H-11 steel and its susceptibility to stress corrosion cracking Kroupa, K.M.
1976
112-113 3 p. 547-552
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538 Fracture toughness of laminated steels Ohlson, N.G.
1974
112-113 3 p. 459-472
14 p.
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539 Fracture toughness of structural aluminum alloys Kaufman, J.G.
1971
112-113 3 p. 197-210
14 p.
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540 Fracture toughness parameter in a pipeline Al-Obaid, Y.F.
1992
112-113 3 p. 461-469
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714 Participation of hydrogen in the impact behavior of 304L stainless steel Harvey II, D.P.
1993
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715 Path dependent nature of fatigue crack growth Sih, G.C.
1983
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12 p.
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716 Path-independent integrals in finite elasticity and inelasticity, with body forces, inertia, and arbitrary crack-face conditions Atluri, Satya N.
1982
112-113 3 p. 341-364
24 p.
artikel
717 Path-independent rate integrals and the criterion of steady crack growth in inelastic bodies Nikolaevskij, Viktor N.
1987
112-113 3 p. 275-282
8 p.
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718 Photoelastic determination of mode i stress intensity factor in tensile strips—effect of crack length Murthy, N.Srinivasa
1984
112-113 3 p. 475-478
4 p.
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719 Photoelastic parametric studies of mode I stress intensity factors Murthy, N.Srinivasa
1985
112-113 3 p. 527-532
6 p.
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720 Plane problem of elastic body embedded with inhomogeneity Hao, Tian-Hu
1989
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6 p.
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721 Plane strain fracture toughness of high strength materials Steigerwald, E.A.
1969
112-113 3 p. 473-484
12 p.
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722 Plane stress crack-line fields for crack growth in an elastic perfectly-plastic material Achenbach, J.D.
1984
112-113 3 p. 535-544
10 p.
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723 Plane stress elastic-plastic fracture criteria and constraint intensity in crack tip regions Sun, Jun
1990
112-113 3 p. 675-680
6 p.
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724 Plane-stress fracture toughness testing using a crack-line-loaded specimen Heyer, R.H.
1972
112-113 3 p. 393-394
2 p.
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725 Plastic flow around an expanding crack Embley, G.T.
1972
112-113 3 p. 431-442
12 p.
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726 Plasticity in Chevron-notch fracture toughness testing Grant, T.J
2000
112-113 3 p. 263-276
14 p.
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727 Plastic stress intensity factors in out-of-plane shear by reflected caustics Theocaris, P.S.
1987
112-113 3 p. 299-314
16 p.
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728 Plastic zone formation and stable crack growth in high-strength alloy sheets Hahn, G.T.
1971
112-113 3 p. 273-278
6 p.
artikel
729 Plastic zone size near the crack tip in a constrained ductile layer under mixed mode loading Kang, Ki-Ju
2000
112-113 3 p. 257-268
12 p.
artikel
730 Polynomial factorization in GF(2 m ) Boutros, Y.Z.
1994
112-113 3 p. 451-455
5 p.
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731 Postirradiation fracture toughness of inconel X-750 Mills, W.J.
1983
112-113 3 p. 601-607
7 p.
artikel
732 Prediction of delay cycles due to instant of single overload cycles Kumar, Raghuvir
1992
112-113 3 p. 563-571
9 p.
artikel
733 Prediction of fatigue crack growth rate in welding residual stress field Itoh, Y.Z.
1989
112-113 3 p. 397-407
11 p.
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734 Prediction of fatigue life with interspersed mode-I and mixed-mode (I and II) overloads by an exponential model: Extensions and improvements Mohanty, J.R.
2009
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735 Prediction of fracture toughness using artificial neural networks (ANNs) Seibi, A.
1997
112-113 3 p. 311-319
9 p.
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736 Prediction of non propagating cracks El Haddad, M.H.
1979
112-113 3 p. 573-584
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737 Prediction on fatigue limit of notches with non-propagating crack Kewei, Xu
1995
112-113 3 p. 417-421
5 p.
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738 Prediction on notched fatigue limits for crack initiation and propagation Xu, Kewei
1992
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739 Preface Liebowitz, Harold
1971
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1 p.
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740 Preface Yuan, Huang
2011
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741 Probabilistic theory for mixed mode fatigue crack growth in brittle plates with random cracks Nicholson, D.W.
2000
112-113 3 p. 305-320
16 p.
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742 Propagating crack in a strip: A study on exact analytic solutions in closed form Fan, Tian-You
1991
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743 p-Version finite element approximations of stress intensity factors for cracked plates including shear deformation Woo, Kwang Sung
1995
112-113 3 p. 493-502
10 p.
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744 Quantifying T stress controlled constraint by the master curve transition temperature T 0 Wallin, Kim
2001
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26 p.
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745 Quantitative characterization of microcracking in brittle materials by finite element modeling Zhonghua, Li
1995
112-113 3 p. 497-504
8 p.
artikel
746 R-curve behaviour of 9Ce-TZP zirconia ceramics Rauchs, G.
2002
112-113 3 p. 389-401
13 p.
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747 Reference stress based elastic–plastic fracture analysis for circumferential through-wall cracked pipes under combined tension and bending Kim, Yun-Jae
2002
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22 p.
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748 Reliability analysis for optimum design Payne, A.O.
1979
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18 p.
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749 Reliability analysis of brittle structures under thermal shocks Tai-Yan, Kam
1989
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6 p.
artikel
750 Reliability analysis of structural components under fatigue environment including random overloads Tanaka, T.
1995
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9 p.
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751 Reliability of deteriorating structures Oswald, G.F.
1984
112-113 3 p. 479-488
10 p.
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752 Residual life prediction and retirement for cause criteria for SSTG casings—II. Fracture mechanics analysis Saxena, A.
1986
112-113 3 p. 289-303
15 p.
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753 Residual life prediction and retirement for cause criteria for sstg upper casings—I. Mechanical and fracture mechanics material properties development Logsdon, W.A.
1986
112-113 3 p. 259-288
30 p.
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754 Residual stress effects in fatigue crack growth Woodtli, J.
1986
112-113 3 p. 399-412
14 p.
artikel
755 Results of elastic analysis of bluntly notched compact specimens Dowling, N.E.
1984
112-113 3 p. 569-572
4 p.
artikel
756 Rotating disk containing an internal crack located at an arbitrary position Isida, Makoto
1981
112-113 3 p. 549-555
7 p.
artikel
757 Royal society action with regard to fracture 1980
112-113 3 p. 680-
1 p.
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758 Screw dislocation dipoles near an internal crack Lin, K.M.
1993
112-113 3 p. 321-331
11 p.
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759 Second-order terms and strain energy density for the angled crack problem Smith, R.N.L.
1987
112-113 3 p. 463-469
7 p.
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760 Selecting aluminum alloys to resist failure by fracture mechanisms Bucci, R.J.
1979
112-113 3 p. 407-441
35 p.
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761 SGBEM analysis of crack–particle(s) interactions due to elastic constants mismatch Williams, R.C.
2007
112-113 3 p. 314-331
18 p.
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762 Shear and crack tip deformation correction for the double cantilever beam and three-point end-notched flexure specimens for mode I and mode II fracture toughness measurement of wood Yoshihara, Hiroshi
2009
112-113 3 p. 335-346
12 p.
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763 Shear effect in rupture mechanics of middle-thick plates Bialkiewicz, Jerzy
1996
112-113 3 p. 361-370
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764 Shear resistance of reinforced concrete beams with non-prismatic sections Stefanou, G.D.
1983
112-113 3 p. 643-666
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765 Short-crack growth in corrosion fatigue for a high strength steel Nakai, Y.
1986
112-113 3 p. 433-444
12 p.
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766 Short crack opening and prediction of fatigue notch factor Khazhinsky, Gregory M.
1994
112-113 3 p. 417-422
6 p.
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767 SIFs of part-through mode I cracks for uniform crack surface pressure Wang, G.S
1992
112-113 3 p. 353-378
26 p.
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768 Simple formula for dynamic stress intensity factor of pre-cracked Charpy specimen Kishimoto, K.
1980
112-113 3 p. 501-508
8 p.
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769 Simulation for intergranular stress corrosion cracking based on a three-dimensional polycrystalline model Kamaya, Masayuki
2009
112-113 3 p. 386-401
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770 Simulation of fracture behavior in particle-dispersed ceramic composites Kim, Byung-Nam
1998
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771 Simulation of stage I-crack growth using a hybrid boundary element technique Kübbeler, M.
2011
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772 Singular shape functions for an automatic mesh generation around singularities Tsamasphyros, G.
1990
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773 Singular stresses at the tips of a crack terminating at the interface of two bonded anisotropic media subjected to longitudinal shear loading Toshimi, Kondo
1992
112-113 3 p. 445-451
7 p.
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774 SI unit for fracture toughness in Great Britain Cottrell, C.L.M.
1969
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1 p.
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775 Size effects, process zone and tension softening behavior in fracture of geomaterials Chong, K.P.
1989
112-113 3 p. 669-678
10 p.
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776 Slice synthesis of a three dimensional “work of fracture” specimen Bluhm, J.I.
1975
112-113 3 p. 593-604
12 p.
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777 Slow crack growth and acoustic emission characteristics in COD test Arii, Mitsuru
1975
112-113 3 p. 551-552
2 p.
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778 Slow growth of cracks in a rate sensitive tresca solid Wnuk, Michael P.
1973
112-113 3 p. 605-626
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779 Software survey section 1993
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780 Software survey section 1986
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781 Software survey section 1989
112-113 3 p. I-III
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782 Some aspects of crack propagation under monotonic and cyclic load Schwalbe, Karl-Heinz
1977
112-113 3 p. 547-556
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783 Some aspects of fatigue crack propagation Roberts, Richard
1971
112-113 3 p. 243-260
18 p.
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784 Some considerations of fracture mechanics applications in ships design, construction and operation Wolfe, R.J.
1975
112-113 3 p. 565-566
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785 Some considerations on the Eftis-Liebowitz equation for the COD compliance of a center cracked sheet specimen Schijve, J.
1996
112-113 3 p. 341-346
6 p.
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786 Some engineering property comparisons for 7050 and AZ 74.61 die forgings Wanhill, R.J.H.
1979
112-113 3 p. 507-524
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787 Some experiences in aircraft structures Van Der Neut, A
1974
112-113 3 p. 609-617
9 p.
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788 Some formulas for the crack opening stress level Schijve, J.
1981
112-113 3 p. 461-465
5 p.
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789 Some implications of corner point singularities Pook, L.P.
1994
112-113 3 p. 367-378
12 p.
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790 Some information from load deflection curves, useful in fracture toughness testing Östensson, B.
1974
112-113 3 p. 473-482
10 p.
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791 Some problems in experimental fracture mechanics Morozov, E.M
1980
112-113 3 p. 541-561
21 p.
artikel
792 Some viscoelastic crack growth relations for orthotropic and prestrained media Brockway, G.S.
1978
112-113 3 p. 453-468
16 p.
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793 Spall fracture: Mechanical and microstructural aspects Chevrier, P.
1999
112-113 3 p. 273-294
22 p.
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794 Spot weld failure from buckling-induced stressing of beams under cyclic bending and torsion Kardomateas, G.A.
1992
112-113 3 p. 519-530
12 p.
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795 Statistical fracture theory for multiaxial stress states using weibull's three-parameter function Matsuo, Y.
1981
112-113 3 p. 527-538
12 p.
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796 Steady fatigue crack growth under tensile load Huang, N.C.
1989
112-113 3 p. 477-481
5 p.
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797 Stochastic analysis of fracture under combination of gaussian response processes Jiao, Guoyang
1992
112-113 3 p. 321-329
9 p.
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798 Stochastic modeling of fatigue crack growth Ortiz, Keith
1988
112-113 3 p. 317-334
18 p.
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799 Strain energy release rate for interfacial cracks between dissimilar media Mulville, D.R
1976
112-113 3 p. 555-565
11 p.
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800 Strain gage methods for measurement of opening mode stress intensity factor Parnas, Levend
1996
112-113 3 p. 485-492
8 p.
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801 Strain-hardening and interaction effects on the growth of voids in ductile fracture Tracey, Dennis M.
1971
112-113 3 p. 301-315
15 p.
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802 Stress analysis around a circular interface crack between dissimilar media loaded by uniform tension at infinity Murase, Y.
1994
112-113 3 p. 325-337
13 p.
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803 Stress analysis of a strip with a step and a crack Norio, Hasebe
1984
112-113 3 p. 447-462
16 p.
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804 Stress and energy analysis of toughness measurement for adhesive bonds Ben Ouezdou, M.
1988
112-113 3 p. 253-261
9 p.
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805 Stress based fracture envelope for damage plastic solids Xue, Liang
2009
112-113 3 p. 419-438
20 p.
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806 Stress distribution at the rigid circular arc inclusion end Liu, You-Wen
1994
112-113 3 p. 431-440
10 p.
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807 Stresses in polygonal plates with circular holes Wah, Thein
1986
112-113 3 p. 489-493
5 p.
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808 Stress field near a large blunted tip V-notch and application of the concept of the critical notch stress intensity factor (NSIF) to the fracture toughness of very brittle materials Nui, L.S.
1994
112-113 3 p. 325-335
11 p.
artikel
809 Stress-holding time effects on creep-fracture cracking in a notched specimen Kenji, Kikuchi
1987
112-113 3 p. 345-360
16 p.
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810 Stress intensity factor and energy release rate for three-point bend specimens Nallathambi, P.
1986
112-113 3 p. 315-321
7 p.
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811 Stress intensity factor at a bilaterally-bent crack in the bending problem of thin plate Hasebe, Norio
1981
112-113 3 p. 607-616
10 p.
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812 Stress intensity factor determination of radially cracked circular rings subjected to tension using photoelastic technique Kazemi, A.D.Amir
1989
112-113 3 p. 403-408
6 p.
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813 Stress intensity factor for semi-elliptical surface cracks loaded by stress gradients Mattheck, C.
1983
112-113 3 p. 633-641
9 p.
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814 Stress intensity factor for small notch-emanated cracks Lukáš, P.
1987
112-113 3 p. 471-473
3 p.
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815 Stress intensity factors and interaction of three cracks on both edges of finite width sheet Shu, H.M.
1993
112-113 3 p. 407-414
8 p.
artikel
816 Stress intensity factors and weight functions for semi-elliptical cracks using finite element alternating method Mu, Ruijia
1994
112-113 3 p. 305-323
19 p.
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817 Stress intensity factors by enriched finite elements Nash Gifford Jr., L.
1978
112-113 3 p. 485-496
12 p.
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818 Stress intensity factors for an ARC crack in a rotating disc Smith, R.N.L.
1985
112-113 3 p. 579-587
9 p.
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819 Stress intensity factors for an edge notched tension specimen with restrained ends Jack, A.R.
1971
112-113 3 p. 349-350
2 p.
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820 Stress intensity factors for a penny shaped crack in a half space Smith, F.W.
1971
112-113 3 p. 241-254
14 p.
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821 Stress intensity factors for bend and compact specimens Srawley, J.E.
1972
112-113 3 p. 587-589
3 p.
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822 Stress intensity factors for circumferential through cracks in hollow cylinders subjected to combined tension and bending loads Forman, R.G.
1985
112-113 3 p. 563-571
9 p.
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823 Stress intensity factors for corner cracks at holes subjected to biaxial and pin loads Guo Wanlin,
1993
112-113 3 p. 473-479
7 p.
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824 Stress intensity factors for cracks emanating from pressurized semi-circular cylindrical cavities Wu, Bilin
1993
112-113 3 p. 383-402
20 p.
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825 Stress intensity factors for half-elliptical surface cracks subjected to complex crack face loadings Wu, X.R.
1984
112-113 3 p. 387-405
19 p.
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826 Stress intensity factors for interacting cracks Mehdi-Soozani, A.
1987
112-113 3 p. 345-359
15 p.
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827 Stress intensity factors for internal circular cracks in fibers under tensile loading Guinea, G.V.
2004
112-113 3 p. 365-377
13 p.
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828 Stress intensity factors for large arrays of radial cracks in thick-walled steel cylinders Perl, M.
1986
112-113 3 p. 341-348
8 p.
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829 Stress intensity factors for near edge cracks by digital image analysis Miskioglu, I.
1987
112-113 3 p. 329-343
15 p.
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830 Stress intensity factors for semi-circular specimens under three-point bending Lim, I.L.
1993
112-113 3 p. 363-382
20 p.
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831 Stress intensity factors for spot welds between plates of dissimilar materials Radaj, Dieter
1992
112-113 3 p. 407-426
20 p.
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832 Stress intensity factors for two cracks emanating from two holes and approaching each other Kuo, A.S.
1983
112-113 3 p. 281-288
8 p.
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833 Stress intensity factors for two periodical rows of collinear cracks Galybin, A.N.
1998
112-113 3 p. 281-288
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834 Stress intensity factors for two rectangular cracks in three-dimensions Singh, B.M.
1985
112-113 3 p. 475-483
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835 Stress intensity factors in two bonded elastic layers containing cracks perpendicular to and on the interface—I. Analysis Ming-Che, Lu
1983
112-113 3 p. 491-506
16 p.
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836 Stress intensity factors in two bonded elastic layers containing cracks perpendicular to and on the interface—II. Solution and results Ming-Che, Lu
1983
112-113 3 p. 507-528
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837 Stress intensity factors of a radial crack in a rotating compound disk Yong Li Xu,
1993
112-113 3 p. 409-423
15 p.
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838 Stress singularity for a crack with an arbitrarily curved front Hartranft, R.J.
1977
112-113 3 p. 705-718
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839 Structural mechanics 1979
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1 p.
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840 Structural mechanics in reactor technology SMIRT 6 1980
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841 Studies on crack growth rate under high temperature creep, fatigue and creep-fatigue interaction—I Yokobori, T.
1980
112-113 3 p. 509-511
3 p.
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842 Studies on crack growth rate under high temperature creep, fatigue and creep-fatigue interaction—II Yokobori, T.
1980
112-113 3 p. 523-525
3 p.
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843 Studies on creep crack growth using the T∗-integral Brust, F.W.
1986
112-113 3 p. 551-574
24 p.
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844 Study of fatigue crack characteristics by acoustic emission Berkovits, Avraham
1995
112-113 3 p. 401-409
9 p.
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845 Study on fatigue embrittlement fracture limit An, Zhengzhi
1990
112-113 3 p. 373-377
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846 Suggestions to the cohesive traction–separation law from atomistic simulations Krull, Heiko
2011
112-113 3 p. 525-533
9 p.
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847 Surface fatigue crack growth under combined tension and bending loading Mahmoud, M.A.
1990
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7 p.
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848 Symposium application of computers to fluid dynamic analysis and design 1972
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849 Tearing of an elastic wedge—I Das, A.N.
1996
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850 Temperature dependence of fracture toughness in cleavage fracture of iron and iron alloys Nakamura, H
1975
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9 p.
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851 Tension of a plate containing an embedded elliptical crack Isida, M.
1984
112-113 3 p. 387-408
22 p.
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852 18th Annual meeting society of engineering science, inc. Brown university, Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A. september 2,3,4, 1981 1981
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1 p.
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853 The analysis of stress-strain field in a finite plate with a blunt crack Cui, Zhen-Yuan
1984
112-113 3 p. 465-480
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854 The annular crack in a nonhomogeneous matrix surrounding a fiber under torsional loading—I. Inner crack tip away from or terminating at the interface Xue-Li, Han
1996
112-113 3 p. 457-464
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855 The annular crack in a nonhomogeneous matrix surrounding a fiber under torsional loading—II. The crack going through the bimaterial interface into the fiber Xue-Li, Han
1996
112-113 3 p. 465-471
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856 The application of fracture mechanics to the assessment of failure of cylindrical pressure vessels under yielding conditions Parry, G.W.
1969
112-113 3 p. 519-537
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857 The application of the gurtin variational principle in the computation of dynamic stress intensity factors Yuechuan, Li
1991
112-113 3 p. 469-476
8 p.
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858 The blister test for interface toughness measurement Jensen, Henrik Myhre
1991
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859 The boundary finite element method for predicting directions of cracks emerging from notches at bimaterial junctions Müller, A.
2005
112-113 3 p. 373-386
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860 The characteristic distance of spheroidized steels Strnadel, B.
1991
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861 The COD and SIF variations along the deformed crack front of an edge-cracked thick plate Theocaris, P.S.
1988
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862 The college international des sciences de la construction (International college of building science) is organizing a seminar on the topic: Earthquakes, soil and structures 1979
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863 the compounding method applied to cracks in stiffened sheets Rooke, D.P.
1976
112-113 3 p. 567-573
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864 The condition of fatigue crack growth in mixed mode condition Otsuka, A.
1975
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4 p.
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865 The crack problem in a specially orthotropic shell with double curvature Delale, F.
1983
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866 The cyclic fatigue and fracture behavior of a titanium alloy metal matrix composite Srivatsan, T.S.
1995
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867 The destabilizing influence of plastic yielding on fracture Quesnel, D.J.
1989
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868 The dislocation field around a mode-II crack tip Chiang, C.R.
1988
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869 The effective elastic properties of a linear elastic solid with microcracks Shaofu, Wu
1990
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870 The effect of a disturbance and its location on the stress intensity factor in the three-point bend specimen Sides, A.
1990
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871 The effect of an irregular crack front on fatigue crack growth Schijve, J.
1981
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872 The effect of biaxiality of loading in the orientation of caustics Theocaris, P.S.
1983
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873 The effect of crack angle on fracture toughness Pook, L.P.
1971
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874 The effect of free surfaces on the K-crack growth resistance curve for a ligament toughened brittle material Smith, E.
1992
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875 The effect of grain size upon the fatigue-crack propagation behavior of alloy 718 under hold-time cycling at elevated temperature James, Lee A.
1986
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876 The effect of ligament size on cleavage fracture toughness Wallin, Kim
1989
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877 The effect of material stochasticity on crack-damage interaction and crack propagation Silberschmidt, Vadim V.
1994
112-113 3 p. 379-387
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878 The effect of multiple circumferential through-wall cracks in the same cross-section on the fracture instability of a stainless steel pipe subject to bending deformation Smith, E.
1987
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879 The effect of notch angle on the behaviour of charpy testpieces Pook, L.P.
1972
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880 The effect of soft tap water chemistry on fatigue crack growth of steel Alawi, H.
1996
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881 The effect of stress ratio on fatigue crack growth rates in steels Vosikovsky, O.
1979
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882 The effect of the notch root radius on the J-integral fracture toughness under modes I, II and III loadings Yoda, M.
1987
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883 The effect of undercut and residual stresses on fatigue behaviour of misaligned butt joints Nguyen, Ninh T.
1996
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884 The effect of welding residual stress on brittle fracture of plates with surface cracks Wu, X.R.
1984
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885 The effects of alloying and processing on the fracture characteristics of aluminum sheet Thompson, D.S.
1975
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886 The equation of caustics in cartesian coordinates for mixed-mode stress intensity factors Ioakimidis, Nikolaos I.
1996
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887 The estimation of high temperature creep damage around the crack of Cr-Mo-V steel Akio, Fuji
1994
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888 The failure of large second phase particles in a cracking aluminum alloy Van de Kasteele, J.C.W.
1977
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889 The fatigue and creep interaction Yokobori, T.
1975
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890 The fatigue and fracture behavior of a gamma-titanium aluminide intermetallic: Influence of ductile phase reinforcement Soboyejo, W.O.
1997
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909 The national symposium on fracture mechanics Paris, Paul C.
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910 The normal displacement of a crack surface with arbitrary shape Zhou, Yong
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914 Theory of stress coining technique Shao-Wen, Yen
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917 The reflected and transmitted shadow methods for the study of sharp V-notched plates under pure bending Raftopoulos, Demetrios D.
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920 The retardation phenomenon of fatigue crack growth in HT80 steel Matsuoka, S.
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921 Thermal shock of a pipe with a partly circumferential surface crack Grebner, Hans
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925 The role of plastic strains in creep crack growth Chen, G.G.
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927 The sinusoidal crack Xiaoping, Lu
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928 The stability of a long circumferential through-wall crack in a pipe subject to bending deformation Smith, E.
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932 The stress intensity factor for a deep surface crack in a finite plate Holdbrook, S.J.
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934 The stress pulses propagated as a result of the rapid growth of brittle fracture Kolsky, H.
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936 The transient problem of a mode-III Interface crack Chung, Y.L.
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937 The transition between stress corrosion crack growth and plastic fracture Smith, E.
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943 The views on two important problems relevant to the signs of principal stresses in fracture mechanics Lai, Yunlin
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944 15th International congress of theoretical and applied mechanics 1979
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948 Three-dimensional finite element analysis of assessing fracture in large rotors Al-Obaid, Y.F.
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953 Transient crack growth in a viscoplastic solid Sung, J.C.
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980 Weight functions for edge and surface semi-elliptical cracks in flat plates and plates with corners Niu, X.
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981 Welding residual stress intensity factors for half-elliptical surface cracks in thin and thick plates Wu, X.R.
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