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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Accurate and efficient numerical integration of weight functions using Gauss-Chebyshev quadrature Daniewicz, Steven R.
1994
124-125 4 p. 541-544
4 p.
artikel
2 A central crack at the interface between two different media for the opening mode 1988
124-125 4 p. 513-
1 p.
artikel
3 A central crack at the interface between two different media in a rectangular sheet under anti-plane shear Zhang, X.S.
1984
124-125 4 p. 709-715
7 p.
artikel
4 A central crack in a rectangular sheet where its boundary is subjected to an arbitrary anti-plane load Ma, S.W.
1988
124-125 4 p. 435-443
9 p.
artikel
5 A central crack of mode III at the boundary cross of four different media in a finite disc Zhang (Zhang Xiaosi), X.S.
1990
124-125 4 p. 777-785
9 p.
artikel
6 Acknowledgements 1997
124-125 4 p. 389-391
3 p.
artikel
7 A closed form solution of stress intensity factor about a circular tube with a surface crack by energy release rate method Chen Zhi Gang,
1989
124-125 4 p. 639-652
14 p.
artikel
8 A comment on the plane strain fracture mode criterion based on the plastic zone size-thickness correlation Smith, E.
1979
124-125 4 p. 617-
1 p.
artikel
9 A comparison of hydrogen embrittlement and stress corrosion cracking in high-strength steels Kortovich, C.S.
1972
124-125 4 p. 637-651
15 p.
artikel
10 A comparison of various fracture toughness testing methods Putatunda, Susil K.
1986
124-125 4 p. 429-439
11 p.
artikel
11 A composite crack profile model for CTOD determination—II. An experimental application to a small scale yielding situation Pratap, C.R.
1986
124-125 4 p. 539-552
14 p.
artikel
12 A conservation integral for arbitrarily curved interface cracks under thermal loading Chung, H.D.
2000
124-125 4 p. 357-366
10 p.
artikel
13 A continuum damage model for weld heat affected zone under low cycle fatigue loading Wang, Tiejun
1990
124-125 4 p. 825-829
5 p.
artikel
14 A contribution to the study of fatigue crack retardation in vacuum Ranganathan, N.
1979
124-125 4 p. 775-789
15 p.
artikel
15 Acoustic emission analysis of stable and unstable fracture in high strength aluminium alloys Cai, H.
1992
124-125 4 p. 589-600
12 p.
artikel
16 Acoustic emission and fracture of ductile materials Masounave, J.
1976
124-125 4 p. 701-704
4 p.
artikel
17 Acoustic emission mechanisms during high-cycle fatigue Hamel, F.
1981
124-125 4 p. 853-860
8 p.
artikel
18 A crack at the interface between a Kane-Mindlin plate and a rigid substrate Jin, Z.H.
1997
124-125 4 p. 343-354
12 p.
artikel
19 A crack at the interface of an elastic half plane and a rigid body Duan, S.
1989
124-125 4 p. 573-580
8 p.
artikel
20 A crackline-loaded edge-crack stress corrosion specimen Marcus, H.L.
1971
124-125 4 p. 453-456
4 p.
artikel
21 A crack normal to and terminating at a bimaterial interface Dai-Heng, Chen
1994
124-125 4 p. 517-532
16 p.
artikel
22 A crack opening displacement approach to crack patching Jones, R.
1980
124-125 4 p. 801-806
6 p.
artikel
23 A crack originating from a triangular notch on a rim of a semi-infinite plate Norio, Hasebe
1978
124-125 4 p. 773-782
10 p.
artikel
24 A crack originating from a triangular notch on a rim of a semi-infinite plate under transverse bending Hasebe, Norio
1979
124-125 4 p. 645-652
8 p.
artikel
25 A criterion for low-stress brittle fracture of materials with crack or sharp notch based on combined micro-and-macro fracture mechanics Takeo, Yokobori
1973
124-125 4 p. 819-836
18 p.
artikel
26 A criterion study for non-singular stress concentrations in brittle or quasi-brittle materials Li, J.
2006
124-125 4 p. 505-523
19 p.
artikel
27 A critical note on electron fractography Broek, D.
1970
124-125 4 p. 691-692
2 p.
artikel
28 A decohesion model of hydrogen assisted cracking Lee, Sam Lai
1988
124-125 4 p. 647-660
14 p.
artikel
29 A demonstration of problems associated with crack closure measurement techniques Bowman, Randy
1988
124-125 4 p. 703-712
10 p.
artikel
30 A discrete cohesive model for fractal cracks Wnuk, Michael P.
2009
124-125 4 p. 548-559
12 p.
artikel
31 A ductile damage model corresponding to the dissipation of ductility of metal Zheng, M.
1996
124-125 4 p. 653-659
7 p.
artikel
32 A fatigue crack growth model with load ratio effects Kujawski, D.
1987
124-125 4 p. 367-378
12 p.
artikel
33 A fatigue crack propagation model for strain hardening materials Lal, K.M.
1977
124-125 4 p. 939-949
11 p.
artikel
34 A FEM analysis of crack growth in microcracking brittle solids Biner, S.B.
1995
124-125 4 p. 555-573
19 p.
artikel
35 A finite-element alternating method for two dimensional mode I crack configurations Raju, I.S.
1989
124-125 4 p. 525-540
16 p.
artikel
36 A finite-element analysis of the residual stress distribution in the vicinity of a fatigue fractured surface Rubiolo, G.H.
1998
124-125 4 p. 447-455
artikel
37 A finite element calculation of stress intensity factors by a modified crack closure integral Rybicki, E.F.
1977
124-125 4 p. 931-938
8 p.
artikel
38 A finite element method for calculating stress intensity factors and its application to composites Papaioannou, Spiros George
1974
124-125 4 p. 807-823
17 p.
artikel
39 A finite element solution for elliptical cracks using the ICCI method Wahab, M.M.Abdel
1996
124-125 4 p. 519-526
8 p.
artikel
40 A finite-width Dugdale zone model for mode III Unger, David J.
1989
124-125 4 p. 977-987
11 p.
artikel
41 A fracture control program for the reusable space shuttle booster Jensen, Jack E.
1972
124-125 4 p. 893-906
14 p.
artikel
42 A fracture criterion for high-strength steel notched bars Toribio, J.
1997
124-125 4 p. 391-404
14 p.
artikel
43 A fracture criterion for three-dimensional crack problems Sih, G.C
1974
124-125 4 p. 699-723
25 p.
artikel
44 A fracture mechanics approach to the residual strength behavior of ballistically damaged high hardness laminar composite steel Campbell, Malcolm D.
1976
124-125 4 p. 583-590
8 p.
artikel
45 A fracture model for surface flaws and certain types of weld defects in ductile materials Carlsson, A.Janne
1973
124-125 4 p. 953-963
11 p.
artikel
46 A functional approach to non-local strength conditions and fracture criteria—I. Body and point fracture Mikhailov, S.E.
1995
124-125 4 p. 731-743
13 p.
artikel
47 A functional approach to non-local strength conditions and fracture criteria—II. Discrete fracture Mikhailov, S.E.
1995
124-125 4 p. 745-754
10 p.
artikel
48 A fundamental analysis for crack growth in a fiber reinforced composite Kanninen, M.R
1976
124-125 4 p. 760-761
2 p.
artikel
49 A further study of two-dimensional boundary element crack analysis in anisotropic or orthotropic materials Sang Bong Cho,
1992
124-125 4 p. 589-601
13 p.
artikel
50 A general method for determining mixed-mode stress intensity factors from isochromatic fringe patterns Sanford, Robert J
1979
124-125 4 p. 621-633
13 p.
artikel
51 A general weight function for inclined cracks at sharp V-notches Beghini, M.
2007
124-125 4 p. 602-611
10 p.
artikel
52 A Green's function for T-stresses in an edge-cracked rectangular plate Fett, T.
1997
124-125 4 p. 365-373
9 p.
artikel
53 A griffith crack at the interface of two bonded dissimilar orthotropic elastic half-planes Dhaliwal, Ranjit S.
1990
124-125 4 p. 817-824
8 p.
artikel
54 A hybrid finite element of stress analysis of fastener details Orringer, Oscar
1976
124-125 4 p. 719-729
11 p.
artikel
55 A low cycle fatigue criterion based on non-linear fracture mechanics Lundström, Anders
1991
124-125 4 p. 769-781
13 p.
artikel
56 A mathematical characterization of plastic phenomena in the context of noll's new theory of simple materials Del Piero, Gianpietro
1985
124-125 4 p. 633-639
7 p.
artikel
57 A mathematical model for computing the distribution of loads and thickness in the width direction of a strip rolled in fourhigh cold-rolling mills Pawelski, Oskar
1985
124-125 4 p. 853-859
7 p.
artikel
58 A mathematical model of the strain-softening curve for crack extension Fujii, K.
1994
124-125 4 p. 505-514
10 p.
artikel
59 A method for establishing geometry correction factors by ratio of finite element stresses Jukes, R.
1995
124-125 4 p. 581-589
9 p.
artikel
60 A method for the metallographical measurement of the CTOD at cracking initiation and the role of reverse plasticity on unloading Pardoen, T
2000
124-125 4 p. 455-466
12 p.
artikel
61 A method of calculation of total strain energy release rate and its layer-wise distribution for an arbitrary through-the-thickness crack extension in a composite laminate Maiti, S.K.
1990
124-125 4 p. 639-646
8 p.
artikel
62 A methodology for automatic crack propagation modelling in planar and shell FE models Colombo, D.
2006
124-125 4 p. 490-504
15 p.
artikel
63 A methodology for the fatigue design of notched castings in gray cast iron Baicchi, P.
2007
124-125 4 p. 539-548
10 p.
artikel
64 A micro and macro analysis of strain at crack tip Li, Guangxia
1989
124-125 4 p. 499-508
10 p.
artikel
65 A microcomputer control system for single specimen fracture toughness testing using the elastic unloading compliance technique Smith, R.F.
1985
124-125 4 p. 533-545
13 p.
artikel
66 A mixed boundary problem for a finite internally cracked plate Chen, Yi-Zhou
1981
124-125 4 p. 741-751
11 p.
artikel
67 A mixed mode fatigue crack closure model Carlson, R.L.
1985
124-125 4 p. 651-660
10 p.
artikel
68 A mode II fracture specimen—finite element analysis Banks-Sills, L.
1984
124-125 4 p. 739-750
12 p.
artikel
69 A mode III central crack at the interface between two different media in a finite disc Zhang, X.S.
1988
124-125 4 p. 453-459
7 p.
artikel
70 A model for crack closure Chen, D.L.
1996
124-125 4 p. 493-509
17 p.
artikel
71 A model for fatigue crack propagation Antolovich, Stephen D.
1975
124-125 4 p. 649-652
4 p.
artikel
72 A model for predicting primary creep damage in axial cracked cylinders—II. Applications Brust, F.W.
1992
124-125 4 p. 629-639
11 p.
artikel
73 A model for predicting primary creep damage in axial cracked cylinders—I. Theory Brust, F.W.
1992
124-125 4 p. 615-627
13 p.
artikel
74 A model for sliding mode crack closure part II: mixed mode I and II loading and application Tong, J.
1995
124-125 4 p. 613-621
9 p.
artikel
75 A model for sliding mode crack closure part I: Theory for pure mode II loading Tong, J.
1995
124-125 4 p. 599-611
13 p.
artikel
76 A model of brittle fracture propagation part I—continuum aspects Dvorak, George J.
1971
124-125 4 p. 351-352
2 p.
artikel
77 A modified S theory Mao-Hua, Wang
1985
124-125 4 p. 579-584
6 p.
artikel
78 A more exact determination of the J Ic -integral fracture toughness values obtained by compact tests Dokoupil, J
1979
124-125 4 p. 455-462
8 p.
artikel
79 A multiple asperity fatigue crack closure model Carlson, R.L.
1984
124-125 4 p. 687-690
4 p.
artikel
80 An advanced dynamic three-dimensional finite element method to simulate deformation-damage process of laminates under impact Xinhua, Yang
1994
124-125 4 p. 631-638
8 p.
artikel
81 An algorithm for the eigenvalues of a fixed-fixed corner Vasilopoulos, D.
1990
124-125 4 p. 839-851
13 p.
artikel
82 An alternating coupling of finite elements and singular integral equations for the solution of branched cracks in finite sheets Theocaris, P.S.
1984
124-125 4 p. 583-589
7 p.
artikel
83 An alternative presentation of the effects of the stress-ratio on the fatigue threshold Kemper, Heinrich
1989
124-125 4 p. 591-600
10 p.
artikel
84 Analyses of embedded elliptical cracks in finite thickness plates under uniform tension Guozhong, Chai
1996
124-125 4 p. 579-588
10 p.
artikel
85 Analysis of an anisotropic composite laminate with a part-through cracks Hong, C.S.
1993
124-125 4 p. 683-692
10 p.
artikel
86 Analysis of bonded inserts for the repair of fastener holes Heller, M.
1986
124-125 4 p. 523-532
10 p.
artikel
87 Analysis of cracks at deep notches Heinimann, M.B.
1996
124-125 4 p. 605-616
12 p.
artikel
88 Analysis of deformation and fracture for cracked specimen of ductile steel Zhang, K.S.
1996
124-125 4 p. 625-632
8 p.
artikel
89 Analysis of effects of crack closure in shells Kwon, Y.W.
1989
124-125 4 p. 815-822
8 p.
artikel
90 Analysis of fatigue crack propagation behavior in fillet welded T-joint Tsai, Chon L.
1990
124-125 4 p. 653-660
8 p.
artikel
91 Analysis of load oscillations in instrumented impact testing Sahraoui, S.
1998
124-125 4 p. 437-446
artikel
92 Analysis of mixed-mode orthotropic crack tip stress patterns—I: Pattern evolution Rossmanith, H.P.
1985
124-125 4 p. 547-570
24 p.
artikel
93 Analysis of quasistatic and dynamic interface crack extension by the method of caustics Herrmann, K.P.
1992
124-125 4 p. 573-588
16 p.
artikel
94 Analysis of R-curve behavior of non-phase-transforming ceramics Majumdar, B.S.
1988
124-125 4 p. 683-701
19 p.
artikel
95 Analysis of singular stress field around the inclusion corner tip Dai-Heng, Chen
1994
124-125 4 p. 533-546
14 p.
artikel
96 Analysis of stress singular fields at a bimaterial wedge corner Ding, Shiliang
1994
124-125 4 p. 569-585
17 p.
artikel
97 Analysis of the effect of mechanical recycling upon tensile strength of a short glass fibre reinforced polyamide 6,6 Bernasconi, A.
2007
124-125 4 p. 627-641
15 p.
artikel
98 Analysis of the interaction within a rectangular array of rectangular inclusions using a new hybrid finite element method Chen, Meng-Cheng
2009
124-125 4 p. 580-593
14 p.
artikel
99 Analysis of the temperature dependence of the fracture stress of sharp notched bending specimens of a structural steel with respect to intermediate transitions Kochendoerfer, Albert
1976
124-125 4 p. 737-741
5 p.
artikel
100 Analysis of two dimensional fracture problems with multiple cracks under mixed boundary conditions Wen-Hwa, Chen
1989
124-125 4 p. 921-934
14 p.
artikel
101 Analytical modeling of bone-cement interface and failure prediction Sih, G.C.
1981
124-125 4 p. 779-787
9 p.
artikel
102 Analytical prediction of crack propagation under thermal cyclic loading inducing a thermal gradient in the specimen thickness – Comparison with experiments and numerical approach Le, Hoai Nam
2011
124-125 4 p. 638-652
15 p.
artikel
103 Analytical stress singularities for a crack at a Bi- or triple junction of dissimilar materials with bilinear behavior Shkarayev, S.
2001
124-125 4 p. 475-486
12 p.
artikel
104 Analytical yield load solution for overmatched center cracked tension specimen Alexandrov, S.
1999
124-125 4 p. 383-399
17 p.
artikel
105 An analysis of crack extension in creeping solids Krishnan, V.M.R.
1980
124-125 4 p. 819-828
10 p.
artikel
106 An analysis of crack propagation velocity in delayed failure under repeating load using an internal friction model Nakasa, Keijiro
1979
124-125 4 p. 689-702
14 p.
artikel
107 An analysis of interface delamination mechanisms in orthotropic and hybrid fiber-metal composite laminates Marannano, G.V.
2007
124-125 4 p. 612-626
15 p.
artikel
108 An analysis of the residual stress intensity factor of vickers indentation cracks Fett, T.
1995
124-125 4 p. 773-776
4 p.
artikel
109 An approach on the mode-I fracture toughness anisotropy for materials with layered microstructures Li, H.X.
1995
124-125 4 p. 671-683
13 p.
artikel
110 An assessment of a CrMoV cast steel weld joint for dynamic fracture behaviour Rajanna, K.
1988
124-125 4 p. 387-399
13 p.
artikel
111 An assessment of factors influencing data obtained by the photoelastic stress freezing technique for stress fields near crack tips Schroedl, M.A.
1972
124-125 4 p. 801-809
9 p.
artikel
112 An assessment of fracture toughness in the ductile to brittle transition regime using the Euro fracture toughness dataset Neale, B.K
2002
124-125 4 p. 497-509
13 p.
artikel
113 An assessment of weld mis-matching Spurrier, J.
1996
124-125 4 p. 581-592
12 p.
artikel
114 An effective method for computing the elastic field in a finite cracked disk Vigdergauz, Shmuel
1996
124-125 4 p. 545-556
12 p.
artikel
115 An elastic quarter space with an extending crack Das, A.N.
1996
124-125 4 p. 569-578
10 p.
artikel
116 An elastic strip with three co-planar moving Griffith cracks Das, A.N.
1994
124-125 4 p. 493-502
10 p.
artikel
117 An endochronic plastic theory with anisotropic damage Xingfu, Chen
1989
124-125 4 p. 509-514
6 p.
artikel
118 An engineering method of determining the delamination fracture toughness of composite laminates Xiang Qiao Van,
1991
124-125 4 p. 623-627
5 p.
artikel
119 An equivalent domain integral method in the two-dimensional analysis of mixed mode crack problems Raju, I.S.
1990
124-125 4 p. 707-725
19 p.
artikel
120 An estimation of local stress intensity factors for semi-elliptical surface cracks Fett, T.
1989
124-125 4 p. 883-890
8 p.
artikel
121 An evaluation of the chevron V-notched bend bar fracture toughness specimen Shih, T.T.
1981
124-125 4 p. 821-832
12 p.
artikel
122 A new aluminium alloy characteristic parameter study Latiere, Henri Jean
1982
124-125 4 p. 517-525
9 p.
artikel
123 A new approach for the determination of stress intensity factors for finite width plate Chen, D.L.
1994
124-125 4 p. 561-571
11 p.
artikel
124 A new damage mechanics criterion for ductile fracture Wei Hua Tai,
1987
124-125 4 p. 371-378
8 p.
artikel
125 A new method for measuring JR curve of mild steel Li, Xiao-Wei
1988
124-125 4 p. 445-450
6 p.
artikel
126 An exact elastic-perfect plastic solution of antiplane double period crack field Hao, Tian-Hu
1988
124-125 4 p. 517-530
14 p.
artikel
127 An experimental and theoretical study of crack propagation in crossply fiber composites Guofang, Sun
1983
124-125 4 p. 349-360
12 p.
artikel
128 an experimental investigation into the mechanics of deep semielliptical surface cracks in mode i loading Francis, Philip H.
1972
124-125 4 p. 617-635
19 p.
artikel
129 An experimental study of fatigue crack initiation and growth from coldworked holes Chandawanich, Nopporn
1979
124-125 4 p. 609-620
12 p.
artikel
130 An experimental study of the influence of inclusions on the fatigue properties of steel Härkegård, Gunnar
1974
124-125 4 p. 795-798
4 p.
artikel
131 An experimental verification of nonlocal fracture criterion Ilcewicz, L.
1981
124-125 4 p. 801-808
8 p.
artikel
132 An expression for fatigue life and probability distribution of fatigue strength under repeated torsion Qingxiong, Zheng
1993
124-125 4 p. 521-528
8 p.
artikel
133 An implicit gradient application to fatigue of sharp notches and weldments Tovo, R.
2007
124-125 4 p. 515-526
12 p.
artikel
134 An Improvement on Prediction of Fatigue Crack Growth from Low Cycle Fatigue Properties Li, D.M.
1998
124-125 4 p. 397-406
artikel
135 An infinite row of collinear cracks at the interface of two bonded dissimilar elastic half planes Parihar, K.S.
1975
124-125 4 p. 751-759
9 p.
artikel
136 An integral equation method applied to mode III crack problems Nengquan, Liu
1992
124-125 4 p. 587-596
10 p.
artikel
137 An investigation of a hole-edge crack problem by a combined complex variable and least square method Junbiao, Lai
1991
124-125 4 p. 713-737
25 p.
artikel
138 An investigation of cyclic plastic strain response and fracture behavior of steel-based metal-matrix composites Srivatsan, T.S.
1997
124-125 4 p. 451-481
31 p.
artikel
139 An isotropic damage model for ductile material Chandrakanth, S.
1995
124-125 4 p. 457-465
9 p.
artikel
140 Announcement 1986
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1 p.
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141 Announcement 1981
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1 p.
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142 Announcement 1979
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1 p.
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143 Announcements 1970
124-125 4 p. 733-734
2 p.
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144 Anomalous fatigue behavior of graphite-epoxy composites Papirno, Ralph
1976
124-125 4 p. 756-757
2 p.
artikel
145 A nonlocal damage mechanics approach to high temperature fatigue crack growth Qian, Zhixiong
1996
124-125 4 p. 535-543
9 p.
artikel
146 An optical-interference method for experimental stress analysis of cracked structures Crosley, P.B.
1971
124-125 4 p. 421-426
6 p.
artikel
147 An optical method for determining the crack-tip stress intensity factor Sommer, E.
1970
124-125 4 p. 705-718
14 p.
artikel
148 A note on fatigue crack starter defects produced by a pulsed laser Cervay, R.R.
1972
124-125 4 p. 991-993
3 p.
artikel
149 A note on numerically computed eigenfunctions and generalized stress intensity factors associated with singular points Yosibash, Zohar
1996
124-125 4 p. 593-595
3 p.
artikel
150 A note on the plate width and notch angle correction factors for single edge V-notched plates in tension Hart, David J.
1976
124-125 4 p. 747-748
2 p.
artikel
151 An r-curve approach for fracture of quasi-brittle materials Chengsheng, Ouyang
1990
124-125 4 p. 901-913
13 p.
artikel
152 Antiplanar shear problem for a crack between dissimilar nonhomogeneous isotropic elastic layers Dhaliwal, Ranjit S.
1992
124-125 4 p. 653-662
10 p.
artikel
153 A numerical analysis of time dependent stress fields ahead of stationary interface cracks at creep regime—Part I. Interface cracks in bimaterials Biner, S.B.
1997
124-125 4 p. 513-529
17 p.
artikel
154 A Parametric Study of Mixed-Mode I/III Ductile Fracture in Tough Materials under Small Scale Yielding Gao, Xiaosheng
1998
124-125 4 p. 407-420
artikel
155 A penny-shaped crack at the interface of two bonded dissimilar transversely isotropic elastic half-spaces Saxena, H.S.
1990
124-125 4 p. 891-899
9 p.
artikel
156 A penny-shaped crack under time-harmonic torsional body forces Rahman, Mujibur
1994
124-125 4 p. 599-610
12 p.
artikel
157 A phenomenological theory of transformation superplasticity Tanaka, K.
1985
124-125 4 p. 709-720
12 p.
artikel
158 Applicability of the extended Petroski–Achenbach weight function procedure to graded materials Fett, T.
2000
124-125 4 p. 393-403
11 p.
artikel
159 Application of a dynamic numerical solution to high speed fracture experiments—I. analysis of experimental geometries Crouch, B.A.
1987
124-125 4 p. 541-551
11 p.
artikel
160 Application of a dynamic numerical solution to high speed fracture experiments—II. results and a thermal blunting model Crouch, B.A.
1987
124-125 4 p. 553-566
14 p.
artikel
161 Application of a modified Dugdale model to the K vs COD relation Harrop, L.P.
1978
124-125 4 p. 807-816
10 p.
artikel
162 Application of a new model for fatigue threshold in a structural steel weldment Bartosiewicz, Leslie
1993
124-125 4 p. 463-477
15 p.
artikel
163 Application of bonded patch and sleeve to cracked hole repair under biaxial load Ching-Hwei, Chue
1994
124-125 4 p. 515-522
8 p.
artikel
164 Application of cleavage characteristic stress theory to low-temperature brittleness evaluation of structural steel—a review Xiangqiao, Yan
1994
124-125 4 p. 463-473
11 p.
artikel
165 Application of fracture mechanics to ceramic materials—A state-of-the-art review Shih, T.T.
1979
124-125 4 p. 479-498
20 p.
artikel
166 Application of fracture mechanics to nuclear piping systems Senchak, William E.
1972
124-125 4 p. 877-892
16 p.
artikel
167 Application of shakedown maps under variable loads Foletti, S.
2007
124-125 4 p. 527-538
12 p.
artikel
168 Application of two parameter elastic-plastic fracture mechanics to analysis of structures Joyce, James A.
1997
124-125 4 p. 431-446
16 p.
artikel
169 Approximate Mode II velocity correction factors for 90° unidirectional fiber composites Kousiounelos, Petros N.
1982
124-125 4 p. 483-496
14 p.
artikel
170 Approximate stress intensity factors obtained from simple plate bending theory Pook, L.P.
1979
124-125 4 p. 505-522
18 p.
artikel
171 A probabilistic model for fatigue crack growth Liao, Min
1992
124-125 4 p. 651-655
5 p.
artikel
172 A procedure for estimating the total fatigue life of notched and cracked members Socie, Darrell F.
1979
124-125 4 p. 851-859
9 p.
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173 A procedure for the determination of the weight function for semi-elliptical surface cracks by direct adjustment to reference solutions Fett, T.
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174 A programming approach to the numerical analysis of elastoplastic continua Dittmer, C.T.
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175 A review of some damage tolerance design approaches for aircraft structures Toor, Pir M.
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176 A simple estimation method of stress intensity factors for through-cracks in angle-ply laminates Nishioka, T
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177 A simple formula for fatigue crack propagation and a new method for the determination of ΔKth Zheng, Xiulin
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178 A simple load-drop equation for estimating crack extension during fracture toughness tests Karisallen, K.J.
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179 A simple model of stress intensity range threshold and crack closure stress Morris, W.L.
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180 A simple plastic constitutive equation with vertex effect Manabu, Gotoh
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181 A simple procedure for the accurate determination of stress intensity factors by finite element method Murakami, Y.
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182 A simple technique for measuring mode I delamination energy release rate in polymeric composites Newaz, Golam M.
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183 A small-crack growth law and its related phenomena Hironobu, Nisitani
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184 A specimen geometry for plane mixed modes Royer, J.
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185 Assessment of the ductile-to-brittle transition region with 1X-WOL specimens Liendo, M.F.
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186 A statistical aspect on fatigue behavior of alumina ceramics in rotating bending Sakai, T.
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187 A steel accurate characteristic parameter Latiere, H.J.
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188 A strain energy criterion for mixed mode crack propagation Yishu, Zhao
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189 A study of factors influencing the solution of singular integral equations Tsamasphyros, George
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190 A study of fatigue crack growth and crack closure in mechanical heterogeneous welded joints Xiaoyan, Li
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191 A study of the effects of mechanical and environmental variables on fatigue crack closure Irving, P.E.
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192 A study of two incremental theories of plasticity through large deformation in polycrystalline copper Khan, Akhtar S.
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193 A synergistic fracture mechanics approach to fatigue life evaluation Schwartz, B.J.
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194 A systematic method for computing the minimum free distance of a convolutional code Boutros, Y.Z.
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195 A tearing mode crack located anywhere in a finite rectangular sheet Zhang, X.S.
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196 A technique for evaluating the stress intensity factors by means of the m integral Chen, Y.Z.
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197 A theory for the mixed energy release rate Mao-Hua, Wang
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198 A three-dimensional finite element analysis of the three-point bend specimen Tseng, Ampere A.
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199 A three-dimensional formula for determining stress intensity factors in finite element analysis of cracked bodies He, W.-J.
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200 A two-dimensional model for crack closure effect in plates under bending Murthy, M.V.V.
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201 A unified engineering approach to the prediction of multiaxial fatigue fracture of aircraft structures Toor, Pir M.
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202 Authors' closure on the discussion by G. C. Sih, E. T. Moyer Jr. and E. E. Gdoutos of “the mises elastic-plastic boundary as the core region in fracture criteria” Theocaris, P.S.
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203 A weight function for the crack surface tractions in chevron-notched specimens Sarrafi-Nour, G.R.
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204 A yield function for porous ductile materials Zuo, J.Z.
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205 A yield function for porous ductile materials Zuo, J.Z.
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206 Basic mechanical concepts and mathematical techniques in application to three-dimensional crack problems. A review Panasyuk, V.V.
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207 Behavior of angle-ply composite laminates under compression in the thickness direction Fahmy, A.A.
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208 Behaviour and criterion of quasi-brittle fracture of metals Zhao, Yishu
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209 Bending vibration of a rectangular plate with arbitrarily located rectilinear crack Solecki, Roman
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210 Biaxial load effects on crack extension in anisotropic solids Lim, Won-Kyun
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211 Biaxial load effects on the crack border elastic strain energy and strain energy rate Eftis, J.
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212 Biaxial low cycle fatigue under non-proportional loading of a magnesium-lithium alloy Bentachfine, S.
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213 Bifurcation and stability of rigid-plastic material with work hardening Stüssi, Ulrich Walter
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214 Boundary element analysis of stress intensity factors for bimaterial interface cracks Kang Yong Lee,
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215 Boundary element analysis of thermal stress intensity factors for cusp cracks Kang Yong Lee,
1990
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216 Boundary element formulation with special kernels for an anisotropic plate containing an elliptical hole or a crack Kamel, M.
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217 Boundary elements analysis of adhesively bonded piezoelectric active repair Alaimo, A.
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218 Branched cracks at small angles (an addendum) Theocaris, P.S.
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219 Branching extension characteristics of mode II crack under fatigue loading Rui, Zong
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220 Calculation of stress intensity factors for Griffith cracks in an orthotropic elastic plate using the principle of superposition Zheng-Guo, Zhang
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221 Calculation of stress intensity factors for straight cracks in grooved and ungrooved shafts Blackburn, W.S.
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222 Calculation of the second fracture parameter for finite cracked bodies using a three-term elastic-plastic asymptotic expansion Nikishkov, G.P.
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223 Calculation of the stress intensity factor of a circumferential crack in a tube originating from a hole under axial tensile and bending loads Mattheck, C.
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224 Calendar 1998
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225 Calendar 1997
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226 Calendar 1997
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227 Calendar 1997
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228 Calendar 2005
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229 Calendar - Update from previous issue 2007
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230 Calibration of an ACPD monitoring system for small crack growth in corner crack specimens Lu, Z.-J.
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231 Call for abstracts 1973
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232 Characterization of damage initiation and propagation in graphite/epoxy laminates by acoustic emission Garg, A.
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233 Characterization of elastic-plastic fields near stationary crack tip and fracture criterion Yueguang Wei,
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234 Circumferential crack at the fixed end of a pipe Alabi, J.A.
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235 Circumferential surface flaws in pipes under cyclic axial loading Carpinteri, A.
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236 “Cleavage fracture”: An overview of some historical aspects to honor G. R. Irwin Paris, Paul C.
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237 Closed-form modeling of the unloaded mode I Dugdale crack Becker, Wilfried
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238 Collocated interfacial stress intensity factors for finite bi-material plates Sawyer, S.G.
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239 Comment on contribution on “theory of fatigue crack growth” by G. P. Cherepanov and H. Halmanov Cherepanov, Genady P.
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240 Comment on ‘on the pressure dependency of threshold stress intensity’ by W.W. Gerberich St-John, C.
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241 Comments for the fracture round table discussion Liebowitz, Harold
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242 Comparison of different methods of evaluation of weight functions for 2-D mixed-mode fracture analyses Chen, K.L.
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243 Comparison of displacement extrapolation methods to “benchmark” surface crack problems Jao Hwa Kuang,
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244 Comparison of fatigue life for T and cruciform welded joints with different combinations of geometrical parameters Motarjemi, A.Khodadad
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245 Comparison of fracture toughness test procedures for aluminum alloys Freed, C.N.
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246 Comparison of microshear toughness and mode II fracture toughness for structural steels Shi, Y.W.
1995
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247 Comparison of the locus and the extrapolation methods that determine the critical J-integral in the presence of remote energy dissipation Kim, B.H.
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248 Comparison of three real time techniques for the measurement of dynamic fracture initiation toughness in metals Anderson, D.D.
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249 Compendium Blacktop, J.
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250 Compliance calibration during instrumented Charpy impact testing Macke, Th.
1990
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251 Compliance calibration of a family of short rod and short bar fracture toughness specimens Barker, L.M.
1983
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252 Computational damage mechanics models for brittle microcracking solids based on mesoscopic simulations Yutaka, Toi
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253 Computational fracture analysis of different specimens regarding 3D and mode coupling effects Dhondt, G
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254 Computational procedures and energy integral for dynamic fracture in viscoplastic materials Dexter, R.J.
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255 Computation in elastoplasticity with finite elements and slip lines Chedmail, P.
1985
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256 Computation of stress intensity factors for plate bending via a path-independent integral Sosa, Horacio A.
1986
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257 Computer simulation of crack propagation in composite materials Landa, B.Parga
1989
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258 Condition for stable growth of branched cracks Keijiro, Nakasa
1983
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259 Consideration on set-up and boundary conditions for the determination of mode I and mode II crack opening displacements Fett, T.
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260 Continuum damage mechanics treatment of constraint in ductile fracture Fashang, M.A.
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261 Coplanar cracks in a finite rectangular anisotropic elastic slab under antiplane shear stresses: A hypersingular integral formulation Ang, W.T.
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262 Correction note to the paper “Interaction of a crack with certain microcrack arrays” Kachanov, M.
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263 Corrigendum 1989
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264 Corrosion fatigue crack growth and electrochemical reactions for an X-70 linepipe steel in carbonate-bicarbonate solution Wei, Robert P.
1992
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265 Crack branching angle of high strength steels in delayed failure Keijiro, Nakasa
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266 Crack branching in delayed failure Nakasa, K.
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267 Crack closure and crack path prediction for curved cracks under thermal load Gross, D.
1993
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268 Cracked Brazilian disc specimen subjected to mode II deformation Ayatollahi, M.R.
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269 Crack extension by alternating shear Pelloux, R.M.N.
1970
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270 Crack face pressure loading of semielliptical cracks located along the bore of a hole Grandt Jr., A.F.
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271 Crack growth analysis in concrete using boundary element method Saleh, A.L.
1995
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272 Crack growth and repair of multi-site damage of fuselage lap joints Molent, L.
1993
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273 Crack growth of carburized materials due to thermal striping in sodium Abe, Hideaki
1996
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274 Crack growth rate under cyclic loading and effect of different singularity fields Ellyin, Fernand
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275 Crack growth retardation under aircraft spectrum loads Katcher, Michael
1973
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276 Crack-growth studies under selected temperature-strain histories Sehitoglu, Huseyin
1987
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277 Cracking of weldments in pipes manufactured by ERW process: An analysis Rai, G.
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278 Crack initiation around holes in a unidirectional MMC under fatigue loading Newaz, G.M.
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279 Crack initiation load characterization using the critical plastic energy Kuang, J.H.
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280 Crack initiation, propagation and branching in a disk of brittle material under axisymmetric tension Keijiro, Nakasa
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281 Crack kinking under nonsymmetric loading Karihaloo, B.L.
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282 Crack opening interferometry—The effects of optical refraction Fowlkes, Charless W.
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283 Crack originating from a corner of a square hole Hasebe, Norio
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284 Crack propagation in aluminium gas cylinder neck material at constant load and room temperature Stark, H.L.
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285 Crack propagation in polymeric composites Peretz, Dan
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286 Crack-tip constraint effects on creep fracture Nguyen, Ba-Nghiep
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287 Crack-tip plastic constraint activators and the application to plane-strain fracture toughness test: El-Shennawy, Mohamed
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288 Crack tip shielding by asperity contact as determined by acoustic measurements Buck, O.
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289 Crack tip stresses under creep conditions Barnby, J.T.
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290 Creep crack propagation in austenitic stainless steel at elevated temperatures Tadashi, Kawasaki
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291 Creep damage analysis and its application to nonlinear creep of reinforced concrete beam Li, Zhaoxia
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292 Criteria for kinking out of interface crack Ki Ju Kang,
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293 Critical state of a two-dimensional elastic continuum containing elliptical voids Mallick, Kaushik
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294 Critical study of existing solutions for a penny-shaped interface crack, comparing with a new boundary element solution allowing for frictionless contact Graciani, Enrique
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295 Critical void growth for ductile rupture of steel welds Shi, Y.W.
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296 Cumulative-damage modeling of fatigue crack growth in turbine engine materials Larsen, James M.
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297 Cyclic analysis of propagating short cracks at notches and short-crack growth behaviour Wang, J.C.
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298 Cyclic crack growth and fracture resistance of Ti-6Al-6V-2Sn as influenced by recrystallization anneal and interstitial oxygen content Kondas, K.R.
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299 Cyclic crack opening displacement behavior during high-amplitude block loading Yeh, T.
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300 Damage detection with genetic algorithms taking into account a crack contact model Buezas, Fernando S.
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301 Damage mechanics applied to elastic properties of polymers Tang, C.Y.
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302 Damage mechanics applied to polymers Tang, C.Y.
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303 Damage model of crack growth and instability Janson, Jan
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304 Damage response of stitched cross-ply laminates under impact loadings Aymerich, F.
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305 Damage tolerance of composite sandwich structures subjected to ballistic and laser impact Slepetz, John M
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306 Definition of the crack tip as the center of the caustic Theocaris, Pericles S.
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307 Deformation analysis of the local field in the vicinity of a stably growing crack-tip Zhong-Xin, Guan
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308 Dependence of ductile crack formation in tensile tests on stress triaxiality, stress and strain ratios Bao, Yingbin
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309 Derivation of the singular integral equations for curvilinear cracks with computer algebra software Ioakimidis, Nikolaus I.
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310 Determination of characteristic transition temperature of low-temperature brittleness in mild steel Lei, Weisheng
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311 Determination of crack resistance curves under static and dynamic loading by analysis of load displacement relationship Brüninghaus, K
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312 Determination of KI and KII by using a least-squares method with caustics Younis, N.T.
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313 Determination of modes I and II stress intensity factors for oblique single edge cracks subjected to tension Raftopoulos, D.D.
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314 Determination of probability distribution of fatigue strength and expressions of P-S-N curves Zheng, X.-L.
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315 Determination of residual stresses in components using the fracture mechanics weight function Fett, T.
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316 Determination of stresses in a plate strip of bonded dissimilar materials Fett, T.
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317 Determination of stress intensity factors and boundary element analysis for interface cracks in dissimilar anisotropic materials Sang Bong Cho,
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318 Determination of the amplitudes in analytical asymptotic solutions of a tensile elastic-plastic crack by variational method Li Jia,
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319 Determination of the fatigue life of a helicopter tail rotor transmission subjected to ballistic damage Colombo, D.
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320 Determination of thermal stress intensity factors for traction free cusp cracks under uniform heat flow Kang Yong Lee,
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321 Determining the SIF of a V-notch from the results of a mixed-mode crack Zhao, Z.
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322 Developing design rules to avert cracking and debonding in integrated circuit structures Liu, X.H.
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323 Development of a new yielding criterion: The Yeh-Stratton criterion Kim, Chang H.
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324 Development of the Euro fracture toughness dataset Heerens, J
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325 Diffraction of torsional waves by a flat annular crack at the interface of two bonded dissimilar elastic solids Dhaliwal, R.S.
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326 Direct observation of tensile and fatigue cracks Alic, J.A.
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327 Discrepancies and errors between caustics from approximate and exact solutions Theocaris, P.S.
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328 Discretized kinematic hardening in cyclic degradation of rocks and soils Hueckel, T.
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329 Discussion of “an engineering tool for fracture toughness testing” by E. I. Stromswold and D. J. Quesnel Pook, L.P.
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330 Discussion of initial and subsequent crack growth Broberg, K.B.
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331 Discussion of sufficient condition for plastic flow localization Pȩcherski, Ryszard B.
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332 Discussion on the neutral angle of macrocrack-microcrack interaction Wang, X.-M.
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333 Distributions of stress and plastic strain in circumferentially notched tension specimens Earl, John C.
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334 Dual boundary element method modelling of aircraft structural joints with multiple site damage Kebir, Hocine
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335 Ductile/brittle transition condition in Charpy V-notch impact test in structural steel Lei, Weisheng
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336 Dugdale-crack in a material with continuous damage formation Janson, Jan
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337 Dynamic analysis for two-dimensional multiple crack division Sih, G.C.
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338 Dynamic elastic-plastic fem analysis of a fracture specimen under plane stress state Shiguo, Rao
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339 Dynamic fracture toughness parameters for HY-80 and HY-130 steels and their weldments Hahn, G.T
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340 Dynamic G calculations for an axially loaded parallel strip Wang, Y.
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341 Dynamic micro-structural finite element method for granular structures Chung, Yen-Ling
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342 Dynamic reliability models for fatigue crack growth problem Wang, K.S.
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343 Dynamic response of a crack in a functionally graded material between two dissimilar half planes under anti-plane shear impact load Babaei, R.
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344 Dynamic stress intensity factor for an unbounded plate having collinear cracks Hussain, M.A.
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345 Dynamic stress intensity factors in a two dimensional punch test Roessig, K.M.
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346 Editorial Board 2009
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350 Editorial: Software survey section 1995
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380 Editorial: Software survey section 1987
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382 Effect of an inclusion on the interaction of elastic waves with a crack Sung, J.C.
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383 Effect of crack-front width on fracture toughness of Douglas-fir Barrett, J.D.
1976
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384 Effect of dwell on the growth of fatigue cracks in Ti-6Al-4V alloy bar Stubbington, C.A.
1978
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385 Effect of electroslag refining on the fracture toughness and fatigue crack propagation rates in heat treated AISI 4340 steel Hebsur, Mohan G.
1980
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386 Effect of hold times on crack retardation in aluminum alloys Slagle, W.P.
1980
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387 Effect of Mode II fatigue loading on Mode I fatigue growth Qian, C.F.
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388 Effect of prestress on low-cycle fatigue Werchniak, W.
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389 Effect of residual stress on fracture behavior of mild steel Lei, Weisheng
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390 Effect of short fatigue cracks on plane strain fracture toughness Freed, C.N.
1970
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391 Effect of specimen thickness on fracture toughness Lai, M.O.
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392 Effect of stacking sequence on energy release rate distributions in multidirectional dcb and enf specimens Davidson, B.D.
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393 Effect of stress triaxiality corrected plastic flow on ductile damage evolution in the framework of continuum damage mechanics La Rosa, G.
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394 Effect of temperature on the frequency dependency of crack propagation velocity in delayed failure under cyclic load Keijiro, Nakasa
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395 Effect of void content on the behavior of advanced fiber reinforced composite materials Sendeckyj, George P
1976
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396 Effect of volume fraction and size of graphite particulates on fracture behaviour of Al-graphite composites Pillai, U.T.S.
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397 Effects of ferrite grain size, notch acuity and notch length on brittle fracture stress of notched specimens of low carbon steel Yokobori, T.
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398 Effects of pre-deformation on the fracture toughness and COD-reduced factor β of low-carbon steels Guangxia, Li
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399 Effects of slight orientation of fibre on fracture toughness of unidirectional fibre reinforced composites in mode II Giare, G.S.
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400 Effects of tempered structure on the near threshold fatigue crack growth behavior of a coarse grained high strength steel Ravichandran, K.S.
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401 Effects of tensile overloads on crack closure and crack propagation rates in 7050 aluminum Brown, R.D.
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402 Effects of vibration frequency on fatigue crack propagation of a polymer at resonance Dentsoras, A.J.
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403 Elastic analysis of an infinite plate containing hole with cusps and applied by concentrated forces Yi-Zhou, Chen
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404 Elastic crack opening displacements and rotations in through-cracks in spheres and cylinders under membrane and bending loading Miller, A.G.
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405 Elastic-plastic analysis of a crack parallel to the interface Liu, Bing
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406 Elastic-plastic analysis of crack propagation with branching Kim, K.S.
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407 Elastic-plastic analysis on stable crack growth for center cracked plate: a benchmark study Yagawa, G.
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408 Elastic-plastic fracture mechanics Rice, James R.
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409 Elastic-plastic fracture toughness test under mixed mode I-II loading Keiichiro, Tohgo
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410 Elastic stress singularities and corresponding generalized stress intensity factors for angular corners under various boundary conditions Seweryn, Andrzej
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411 Elastodynamic forms of caustics for running cracks under constant velocity Theocaris, P.S.
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412 Elastodynamic response of a finite strip with two coplanar cracks under impact load Wei Hua Tai,
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413 Elastodynamic response of an interface crack in a layered composite under anti-plane shear impact load De Huan Li,
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414 Elasto-plastic finite-element study of the effect of residual stresses upon double edge-cracked plate Meguid, S.A.
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415 Electrical potential technique for monitoring subcritical crack growth at elevated temperatures Saxena, Ashok
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416 Elevated temperature fracture resistance of a sic whisker reinforced/polycrystalline Al2O3 matrix composite Jenkins, M.G.
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417 Energy-density concept in fracture mechanics Sih, G.C.
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418 Energy loss in Homalite 100 during crack propagation and arrest Dally, James W.
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419 Energy release rate computation by an inverse flexibility method Labourdette, Roger
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420 Energy release rate of dynamic delamination Giannakopoulos, A.E.
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421 Energy release rate of symmetric adhesive joints Krenk, Steen
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422 Energy variation trends in the fatigue growth of surface cracks under tension and bending Gera, D
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423 Enhancement of delayed failure resistance by partial unloading method Nakasa, K.
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424 Environmental fatigue crack propagation in medium strength titanium sheet alloys Wanhill, R.J.H.
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425 Errata 1989
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426 Errata 1972
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427 Errata 1976
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428 Erratum 1999
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429 Erratum 1970
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430 Erratum 1975
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431 Estimating fracture toughness from small specimens Stark, H.L.
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432 Estimation of creep fracture life for Hastelloy XR by Q∗ parameter Kaji, Yoshiyuki
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433 Estimation of plane strain fracture toughness from circumferentially bluntly notched round-bar specimens Shabara, M.A.N.
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434 Estimation of stress intensity factors for semi-elliptical surface cracks Fett, T.
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435 Evaluation of fracture mechanics parameters in bimaterial systems using strain gages Ricci, Vittorio
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436 Evaluation of J 1 and J 2 integrals for curved cracks using an enriched boundary element method Simpson, R.
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437 Evaluation of J c from the recorded front face displacement on ct specimens Rao, B.Nageswara
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438 Evaluation of plastic eta factors in weld metal fracture specimens: A comparison between limit load and common format solutions Donoso, J.
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439 Experimental determination of stress intensity factors of cracks in sheet structures with bolted stiffeners Güngör, S.
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440 Experimental evaluation of the interaction effect between plastic and creep deformation Kozo, Ikegami
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441 Experimental investigation of the effect of geometry on the efficiency of double lap joint using fracture mechanics technique in shear mode (mode II) Giare, G.S.
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442 Experimental observations and numerical predictions of three-dimensional fatigue crack propagation Riddell, W.T.
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443 Experimental study on mixed mode crack propagation Zhao, Yishu
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444 Experimental validation studies of a procedure for treating secondary stresses Hong-Liang Pan,
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445 Experitmental method for J IC computation on fracture of solid propellants under dynamic loading conditions Abdelaziz, M.Nait
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446 Explicit expressions of transient elastodynamic crack tip fields for mixed-mode crack propagation Lei, Yang
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447 Exploring the fracture toughness K IE and K IC of a medium-Strength steel plate using the surface-flaw test Zhen-Yuan, Cui
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448 Extension of a plane crack in a pre-stressed infinite elastic medium Das, A.N.
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449 Facesheet debonding criteria for composite sandwich panels under in-plane compression Kim, W.C.
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450 Factors affecting the estimation of fracture mechanics parameters of center-cracked weldment Zhang, J.X.
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451 Factors affecting the strength of aluminum I-Beams selectively reinforced with graphite/aluminum Levitt, Albert P
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452 Failure analysis of composite cylinders subject to internal blast Candland, Calvin T
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453 Failure criteria for composites under in-plane displacements Mast, P
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454 Failure of brittle materials near stress singularities Fett, T.
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455 FAILURES '94 symposium on risk, economy and safety, failure minimzation and analysis: Johannesburg, South Africa 22–24 June 1994 1993
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456 Fatigue analysis of an edge crack specimen: Hysteresis strain energy density Moyer Jr., E.T.
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457 Fatigue and fracture basic research at the langley research center Davidson, John R.
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458 Fatigue and fracture of a 200 ksi grade maraging steel proposed for use in military bridging Munro, H.G.
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459 Fatigue behaviour from application of a.c. El Latif, A.K.Abd
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460 Fatigue behaviour of Al2024-T3 friction stir welded lap joints Fersini, D.
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461 Fatigue crack acceleration and closure in rotating bending tests of 0.54% carbon steel Hironobu, Nisitani
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462 Fatigue crack growth characteristics of rotor steels Clark Jr., W.O.
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463 Fatigue crack-growth characteristics of two magnesium alloys Pook, L.P.
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464 Fatigue crack growth in a fillet welded joint Smith, I.F.C.
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465 Fatigue crack growth in reinforced panels with initial corner cracks Brussat, T.R.
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466 Fatigue crack growth in thin section type 316 stainless steel Rickerby, D.G.
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467 Fatigue crack growth of surface cracks under non-symmetric loading Yngvesson, M.
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468 Fatigue crack growth rate under full yielding condition for 15CDV6 steel Wang, Shuan-Zhu
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469 Fatigue crack growth threshold at cryogenic temperatures: A review Liaw, P.K.
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470 Fatigue-crack propagation and fracture toughness behavior of cast stainless steels James, L.A.
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471 Fatigue-crack propagation in high yield-strength steels Barsom, J.M.
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472 Fatigue-crack propagation in modified 300-grade maraging steel Spitzig, W.A.
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473 Fatigue crack propagation in shafts with shoulder fillets Højfeldt, Erik
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474 Fatigue crack propagation in Ti-6242 as a function of temperature and waveform Vesier, L.S.
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475 Fatigue crack propagation rate at low ΔK of two aluminum sheet alloys, 2024-T3 and 7075-T6 Mackay, T.L.
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476 Fatigue crack retardation and closure in polymethylmethacrylate Pitoniak, F.J.
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477 Fatigue fracture analysis of rotating disks under torque Makky, Sadia M.
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478 Fatigue life extension by an artificially induced retardation mechanism Shin, C.S.
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479 Fatigue life prediction of aircraft structures—past, present and future Schütz, Walter
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480 Fatigue notch factor of gaps in welded joints reconsidered Radaj, D.
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481 Fatigue process in short carbon-fiber reinforced polyamide 6.6 under rotating-bending and torsional fatigue Nisitani, H.
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482 Fatigue properties of adhesive-bonded laminated sheet material of aluminum alloys Schijve, J.
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483 Fatigue reliability under multiple-amplitude loads Talreja, Ramesh
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484 Fatigue strength and fatigue failure at complicated states of stress Habětínek, Josef
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485 Fatigue strength of non-load-carrying cruciform welded joints by a test maintaining maximum stress at yield strength Akihiko, Ohta
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486 FEM modelling of stress intensity factors for fatigue crack growth at ultrasonic frequencies Mayer, H.R.
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487 Finite elastic-plastic torsion of a circular bar Neale, K.W.
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488 Finite element analysis of axisymmetric cracked solid subjected to torsional loadings Wen-Hwa Chen,
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489 Finite element analysis of crack growth life prediction under complex load history Jeng, Ming-Chang
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490 Finite element analysis of defence hole systems for the reduction of stress concentration in a uniaxially-loaded plate with two coaxial holes Meguid, S.A.
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491 Finite element analysis of fretting crack propagation Proudhon, H.
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492 Finite element analysis of interleaved DCB specimen Ozdil, F.
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493 Finite element analysis of plasticity-induced crack closure under plane strain conditions Fleck, N.A.
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494 Finite element analysis of progressive failure for laminated FRP plates with inplane loading Li-Ren Tsau,
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495 Finite element analysis of the slow crack growth process in mixed mode fracture Lee, Kung-yan
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496 Finite-element formulation of some extremum theorems of incremental plasticity Corradi, Leone
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497 Finite element modeling of melting crack tip under thermo-electric Joule heating Liu, Thomas Jin Chee
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498 Flexural failure of notched curved composite beams Cheeseman, Bryan A.
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499 Force and dislocation in an isotropic semi-infinite plate joined to an anisotropic semi-infinite plate Chen, Dai-Heng
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500 Foreword 1999
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501 Forthcoming papers 1997
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502 Fourth international conference on tall buildings, Hong Kong & Shanghai, April/May 1988 1988
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503 Fractal kinematics of crack propagation in geomaterials Xie, Heping
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504 Fracture analyses of surface-cracked pipes and elbows using the line-spring/shell model Mohan, R.
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505 Fracture analysis of a surface through-thickness crack in PZT thin film under a continuous laser irradiation Li, D.H.
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506 Fracture analysis of exfoliation in an aluminium alloy Rhodes, D.
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507 Fracture and Damage in Engineering Applications Guagliano, Mario
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508 Fracture angle and strain-energy-density-factor of a crack at hole at an arbitrary angle Hsu, Y.C.
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509 Fracture behavior of 4340 steel under mode III loading Tsangarakis, N.
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510 Fracture behaviour and stress fields of cracked bend specimens subjected to mixed mode loading Wang Tzu Chiang,
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511 Fracture behaviour of circumferential through wall cracked welded pipes in four point bending Hornet, P.
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512 Fracture behaviour of creeping materials under biaxial loading by finite element method Singh, R.N.
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513 Fracture behaviour of welded joints fabricated in HSLA steels of different strength level Rak, Inoslav
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514 Fracture characterization of random short fiber reinforced thermoset resin composites Mower, Todd M.
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515 Fracture control for composite laminates Chu, C.S
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516 Fracture control for composite structures Eisenmann, J.R.
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517 Fractured analysis of a surface cracked plate under tension Rao, B.Nageswara
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518 Fracture due to damage from projectile impact Avery, John G.
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519 Fracture energies of Zircaloy-4 Rawers, J.C.
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520 Fracture mechanics analysis of a fire tube boiler Younan, Maher Y.A.
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521 Fracture mechanics and creep crack growth of 1%Cr −1 2 %Mo steel with and without prior exposure to creep conditions van Leeuwen, H.P.
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522 Fracture mechanics of quartz-to-metal seals Erdogan, F.
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523 Fracture mechanics testing on specimens with low constraint––standardisation activities within ISO and ASTM Schwalbe, Karl-Heinz
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524 Fracture of highway and airport pavements Ramsamooj, D.V.
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525 Fracture of hot formed ledeburitic chromium steels Berns, H.
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526 Fracture problems in composite materials Erdogan, F.
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527 Fracture resistance of a steel weld joint under fatigue loading Lee, H.K.
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528 Fracture resistance of notched specimens Valentin, G.
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529 Fracture statistics of brittle materials with surface cracks Batdorf, S.B.
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530 Fracture toughness characterization of several aluminum alloys in semi-brittle fracture Jones, D.L
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531 Fracture toughness determination of brittle materials using small to extremely small specimens Szendi-Horvath, G.
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532 Fracture toughness determination of low-alloy steels by thermoactivation energy method Said, G
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533 Fracture toughness of a welded duplex stainless steel Sieurin, Henrik
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534 Fracture toughness of commercially sintered low alloy steels—part i. Theoretical background and experimental Terheci, Mircea
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535 Fracture toughness of 80mm thick electroslag welded joints with COD approach application Müncner, Ladislav
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536 Fracture toughness of turbine-generator rotor forgings Greenberg, H.D.
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537 Fracture toughness of unidirectional graphite fibre reinforced/epoxy composite in mode ii (forward shear), using a thin tubular specimen Giare, G.S.
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712 On the influence of residual stresses on the fracture behavior of a structural steel in the K Ic temperature range Kochendoerfer, Albert
1972
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713 On the interrelationship between fracture toughness and material mismatch for cracks located at the fusion line of weldments Thaulow, C
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714 On the length of crack jump during subcritical growth Neimitz, A.
1987
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715 On the nature of “dynamic” strength of brittle bodies Sokolinsky, V.B.
1981
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716 On the path independent integral- J ̂ Kishimoto, K.
1980
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717 On the photoelastic determination of complex stress intensity factors Ioakimidis, N.I.
1979
124-125 4 p. 463-468
6 p.
artikel
718 On the sensitivity of the damage zone model for linearly softening materials Clarin, Per G.
1988
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6 p.
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719 On the size and shape of the process zone Neimitz, A.
1987
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13 p.
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720 On the solution of the centre cracked plate with a quadratic thermal gradient Hellen, T.K.
1979
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10 p.
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721 On the use of the T-criterion in fracture mechanics Andrianopoulos, N.P.
1986
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2 p.
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722 On the virtual crack extension method for calculation of the rates of energy release rate Hwang, C.G.
1998
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723 Opening and closing behavior of an external circular crack due to axisymmetrical heating Zhou, J.M.
1994
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724 Papers to be published 1974
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1 p.
artikel
725 Photoelastic analysis of practical mode I fracture test specimens Oladimeji, Michael Kayode
1984
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22 p.
artikel
726 Photoelastic determination of mixed mode stress intensity factors for sharp reentrant corners Mahinfalah, Mohammad
1995
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5 p.
artikel
727 Plane strain deformations near the tip of a contacting interfacial crack in locking materials Ru, C.Q.
1994
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728 Plane strain deformations of locking materials near a crack tip Ru, C.Q.
1994
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729 Plane-strain propagation of a fluid-driven fracture during injection and shut-in: Asymptotics of large toughness Garagash, Dmitry I.
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730 Plane stress analysis for anisotropic no tension materials with hardening in compression Contro, Roberto
1985
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731 Plastic damage and ductile fracture in mild steels Wei Hua Tai,
1990
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732 Plastic deformation around the tip of a stopped brittle crack in the Robertson test with a temperature gradient Ishikawa, K.
1974
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9 p.
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733 Plastic deformation at short edge cracks under fatigue loading Riemelmoser, Franz O.
2000
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734 Plastic deformation in brittle and ductile fracture Drucker, D.C.
1970
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735 Plastic intensity factors for cracked plates Hilton, Peter D.
1971
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736 Plasticity and ductile fracture damage: Study of void growth in metals Dragon, A.
1985
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737 Plasticity theory for anisotropic porous metals Kubik, J.
1985
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738 Plasticity today 1985
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739 Plasticity today symposium list of participants 1985
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740 Plasticity today working sessions Udine, 27–30 June 1983 1985
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741 Plastic yielding at the tip of a blunt notch during static and fatigue loading Kim, Y.H.
1979
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742 Plastic zone correction in a stretched thick-walled cylinder with an internal circumferential crack Singh, B.M.
1988
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743 Plastic zone formation and fatigue crack extension during high cyclic bending of steels Weiss, Ben-Zion
1971
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2 p.
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744 Post-buckling fatigue behavior of advanced composite shear panels Bhatia, N.M
1976
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1 p.
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745 Practical application of the weakest-link model to fracture toughness problems Slatcher, Stephen
1986
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14 p.
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746 Practical use of the ‘equivalent’ measured stress intensity factor to control fatigue crack propagation rates in aircraft full-scale fatigue tests—First assessment of the method in testing of a pressurized aircraft fuselage Barrois, W.
1975
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8 p.
artikel
747 Prediction of edge stresses in layered media using the surface integral-finite element technique Bak, Michael
1994
124-125 4 p. 583-593
11 p.
artikel
748 Prediction of fatigue crack growth in notched members under variable amplitude loading histories Socie, Darrell F.
1977
124-125 4 p. 849-865
17 p.
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749 Prediction of fracture instability in thin sheets by finite element method Mishra, S.C.
1984
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750 Preface Sawczuk, Antoni
1985
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1 p.
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751 Preface 1973
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1 p.
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752 Preliminary announcement of a meeting on finite element techniques in fracture mechanics Rowe, G.H.
1972
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1 p.
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753 Probabilistic analysis of the uncertainty in the fatigue capacity of welded joints Engesvik, Knut M.
1983
124-125 4 p. 743-762
20 p.
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754 Probabilistic simulation of fatigue crack growth by damage accumulation Ellyin, F.
1985
124-125 4 p. 697-712
16 p.
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755 Probability of stress-corrosion fracture under random loading Yang, J.-N.
1972
124-125 4 p. 737-748
12 p.
artikel
756 Process and mechanism of fracture in a pipeline material in chloride and sulphide environments Kumar, A.N.
1985
124-125 4 p. 625-633
9 p.
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757 Production of sharp cracks in ceramic materials by three-point bending of sandwiched specimens Pancheri, Paolo
1998
124-125 4 p. 447-456
10 p.
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758 Propagation of fatigue cracks from surface flaws in austenitic Type4 316 butt welds Lloyd, G.J.
1980
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15 p.
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759 Propagation of small corner cracks initiated in cyclic compression Kujawski, D.
1992
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6 p.
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760 Proposition of the two-surface plastic constitutive equations: Outline of the constitutive equations Kenji, Kaneko
1985
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14 p.
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761 Q-stresses and constraint behavior of the notched cylindrical tensile specimen Donoso, J.R.
2001
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762 Quadratic isoparametric elements as transition elements Manu, C.
1986
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763 Quantitative analysis of microstructural effects on fatigue crack growth in widmanstätten Ti-6A1-4V and Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V Yoder, G.R.
1979
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12 p.
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764 Quantitative analysis of overlapped fracture surfaces Wojnar, Leszek
1990
124-125 4 p. 597-609
13 p.
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765 Quantitative characterization of creep constraint induced by crack depths in compact tension specimens Sun, P.J.
2011
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766 Quantitative description of temperature- and strain rate-dependence of yield strength of structural steels Lei, Weisheng
1996
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767 Radial cracking of a thick-walled cylinder due to an internal thermal shock Perl, M.
1992
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9 p.
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768 Rain erosion damage in brittle materials Van Der Zwaag, S.
1983
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13 p.
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769 Rapid crack propagation in pressurised plastic pipe—I. Full-scale and small-scale RCP testing Greig, J.M.
1992
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770 Rapid crack propagation in pressurised plastic pipe—II. Critical pressures for polyethylene pipe Yayla, P.
1992
124-125 4 p. 675-682
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771 Recent considerations in experimental compliance calibration of the WOL specimen Ryder, J.T.
1977
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772 Reference stress intensity factors with application to weight functions for internal circumferential cracks in cylinders Jones, I.S
2001
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773 Relaxation of residual stress with fatigue loading Radhakrishnan, V.M.
1976
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2 p.
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774 Reliability against fracture of butt welds as inferred from inspection data Ditlevsen, Ove
1981
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775 Reliability evaluation of brittle solids under polyaxial stress states based on maximum energy release rate criterion Ichikawa, M.
1995
124-125 4 p. 629-635
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776 Reply to L. P. Poor's discussion of “an engineering tool for fracture toughness testing” by E. I. Stromswold and D. J. Quesnel Stromswold, E.I.
1993
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777 Research on the damage to aircraft composite material fuel tanks due to penetrating projectiles (hydraulic ram) at the naval postgraduate school Ball, R.E
1976
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778 Residual stresses in strength-mismatched welds and implications on fracture behavior Dong, P
1999
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779 Resonance controlled fatigue crack propagation Dentsoras, A.
1983
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6 p.
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780 Response to C. St. John's comment Gerberich, William W.
1975
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781 Rigid body rotation near mode I crack in infinite orthotropic plate Bhattacharya, A.
1993
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11 p.
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782 Rigid body rotation surrounding the crack Bhattacharya, A.
1988
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9 p.
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783 Role of plastic work in fatigue crack propagation in metals Izumi, Y.
1979
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784 Rotational factor using bending moment approach under elasto-plastic situation—II. Crack 3PB geometry Kumar, A.N.
1995
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785 Rotational factor using bending moment approach under elasto-plastic situation—I. Notch 3PB geometry Bhattacharya, Sova
1995
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786 Scattering of flexural waves by a crack in a plate Paskaramoorthy, R.
1989
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10 p.
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787 Secondary cracking process during fatigue crack propagation Gauthier, P.
1973
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788 Seventh southern biomedical engineering conference 1988
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1 p.
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789 Shearing effects on a shaft with circular surface crack under rotary bending Ching-Hwei Chue,
1993
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790 Shear lips on fatigue fractures in aluminium alloy sheet material Schijve, J.
1981
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791 Shielding effect of microcrack interface in HCP Avnon, Itzhak
1993
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792 Short fatigue crack behaviour and analytical models: A review Hussain, K.
1997
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793 Significance of defects in fatigue of Cu-Ni/steel welds Straight, M.R.
1988
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794 Simulation of the growth of near-surface defects Dai, D.N.
1998
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795 Singular cladding stresses at interface of elastic cylinders Lee, Sang Soon
1996
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796 Singular crack-tip response in an anisotropic medium Choi, Hyung Jip
1992
124-125 4 p. 487-500
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797 Singular stress behavior at an adhesive interface corner Ding, Shiliang
1994
124-125 4 p. 503-519
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798 Singular stresses in an infinite solid with a flat annular crack around a spherical cavity under tension Yasuhide, Shindo
1983
124-125 4 p. 851-859
9 p.
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799 Singular stresses of cracked woven glass-epoxy laminates at cryogenic temperatures Sanada, Kazuaki
1998
124-125 4 p. 501-508
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800 Singular thermal stress fields in brazed three-layer joints Heinzelmann, Michael
1996
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801 Singular twisting moment in a cracked thin plate under an electric current flow and a magnetic field Yasuhide, Shindo
1988
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802 Size effect on plastic energy dissipation during stable crack growth Chattopadhyay, Lalitha
1995
124-125 4 p. 697-700
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803 Slant fatigue crack growth in A1 2024 sheet material Zuidema, J.
1988
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804 Software survey section 1986
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805 Solution of multiple transverse crack problems in anisotropic sheets and composite laminates Chen, Yi-Heng
1989
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806 Solution of plate bending problems in fracture mechanics using a specialized finite element technique Ahmad, Jalees
1979
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13 p.
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807 Solution of stress-corrosion crack problems by the method of caustics Konsta-Gdoutos, M.
1994
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5 p.
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808 Solution of the problem of a crack in a finite plane region using an indirect boundary-integral method Mir-Mohamad-Sadegh, Ali
1979
124-125 4 p. 831-837
7 p.
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809 Some aspects of environment-enhanced fatigue-crack growth Wei, R.P.
1970
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810 Some aspects of the fracture mechanics of thin flexible films Mot, E.
1973
124-125 4 p. 1051-1052
2 p.
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811 Some comments on the effect of biaxial stress on fatigue crack growth and fracture Adams, N.J.I.
1973
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812 Some considerations on dynamic biem—I Benitez, F.G.
1984
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13 p.
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813 Some considerations on dynamic biem—II Benitez, F.G.
1984
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814 Some experimental studies of fatigue slip bands and persistent slip bands during fatigue process of low-carbon steel Shigemi, Sasaki
1979
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815 Some experiments on crack motion and arrest in polymethylmethacrylate Bergkvist, Hans
1974
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816 Some fracture modes in metal fatigue Gilmore, C.M.
1973
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817 Some observations on the path stability in fracture propagation for biaxially stressed plates Alpa, G.
1980
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818 Some observations on the tearing of ductile materials Isherwood, D.P.
1978
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819 Some recent work in crack propagation Willis, J.R.
1973
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820 Some studies on the influence of stress ratio and test temperature on X-ray fractography observations in C45 steel specimens Rajanna, K.
1996
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821 Special finite elements for the analysis of flaw growth and fracture in fiber composites Wang, S.S
1976
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822 Specimen size effects on dynamic crack propagation and arrest in DCB specimens Toshihisa, Nishioka
1991
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823 Specimen size effects on the determination of KIc -values in the range of elastic-plastic material behavior Seidl, W.
1979
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824 Stability of cracking Gurney, C.
1972
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825 Stability of void growth in an incompressible solid under uniaxial tension and shear Bandyopadhyay, S.N.
1979
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826 Static-fatigue limit of ceramic materials containing small flaws Usami, S.
1986
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827 Stationary creep mixed mode crack tip stress fields and correlation with experimental crack growth data Chambers, A.C.
1992
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828 Statistical analysis of cleavage fracture load of notched bar with granular bainitic microstructure Xu, X.X.
1990
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829 Statistical behaviour of fatigue crack growth for HY-80 steel plate and its weldments under cathodic protection in seawater and in air Matthews, J.R.
1989
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830 Statistical scatter in fracture toughness of M250 grade maraging steel predicted from charpy V-notch impact test Kumar, P.V.Anil
1990
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831 Statistical theory of ceramic damage and fracture Diao Xiaoxue,
1993
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832 Stiffness derivative finite element technique to determine nodal weight functions with singularity elements Sha, George T.
1984
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833 Strain energy density ratio criterion for fracture of composite materials Zhang, S.Y.
1990
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834 Strain energy release rate formulae for 3D finite element De Roeck, G.
1995
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835 Strain energy release rates for a straight-fronted edge crack in a circular bar subject to bending Daoud, O.E.K.
1984
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836 Strain-gauge compliance measurements near the crack tip for crack closure evaluation: Applicability and accuracy Carboni, M.
2007
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837 Strain induced fracture in low strength steels Pandey, R.K.
1978
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838 Strain localization below the root of an yielding notch Bandyopadhyay, S.N.
1984
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839 Strain localization in axially-symmetric compression of brittle-cohesive materials Bigoni, Davide
1992
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840 Strength level effects on fatigue crack growth and retardation Petrak, G.J.
1974
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841 Strength of ceramic materials containing small flaws Usami, S
1986
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842 Stress analysis in sharp angular notches using auxiliary fields Atkinson, C.
1988
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843 Stress analysis of sharply notched plates and measurement of notch tip blunting Erickson, W.H.
1972
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844 Stress analysis of unidirectional composites with a surface notch by variational principle Zhao, Jianhua
1990
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845 Stress behaviour in the vicinity of a crack approaching a bimaterial interface Vijayakumar, Sinnathurai
1983
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846 Stress concentration at fictitiously rounded sharp notches in shear loading Radaj, D.
1996
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847 Stress-corrosion crack growth in aluminum alloys Theocaris, P.S.
1977
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848 Stress corrosion cracking in an air-melted and vacuum-arc-remelted grade-250 maraging steel Reuter, W.G.
1971
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849 Stress corrosion cracking under modes I, II and III loadings Yoda, M.
1988
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850 Stress distribution around a surface crack a scattered-light photoelastic investigation Aradya, K.S.S.
1986
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851 Stress distribution at bimaterial crack tips Radaj, D.
1994
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852 Stress distribution due to an external crack opened by two rigid inclusions Maiti, M.
1980
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853 Stress distribution in the neighbourhood of Griffith and external cracks under general surface loadings Parihar, K.S
1982
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854 Stresses around a cylindrical interface crack under shear Itou, S.
1990
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855 Stresses around an interface crack Itou, S.
1986
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856 Stress intensities at notch singularities Dunn, Martin L.
1997
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857 Stress intensity factor and compliance solutions for a single edge notched specimen with clamped ends Blatt, Drew
1994
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858 Stress intensity factor evaluation using singular finite elements Valla Jr., Leo B.
1982
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859 Stress intensity factor for a cracked specimen under compression Zhu, Zheming
2006
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860 Stress intensity factor for a tee-shaped weldment Zwerneman, Farrel J.
1989
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861 Stress intensity factors and influence functions for circumferential surface cracks in pipes Poette, C
1991
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862 Stress intensity factors for a bounded plate containing two collinear cracks Vialaton, G.
1980
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863 Stress intensity factors for a circular arc crack by boundary collocation method Cheung, Y.K.
1989
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864 Stress intensity factors for a circumferential crack emanating from a notch in a round tensile bar Lefort, P.
1978
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865 Stress-intensity factors for a wide range of semi-elliptical surface cracks in finite-thickness plates Raju, I.S.
1979
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866 Stress intensity factors for coalescing and single corner flaws along a hole bore in a plate Heath, B.J.
1984
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867 Stress intensity factors for cylindrical cracks in long cylinders Wüthrich, C.
1980
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868 Stress intensity factors for edge cracks in round bars Erjian, Si
1990
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869 Stress intensity factors for internal multiple cracks in thick-walled cylinders stressed by internal pressure using load relief factors Baratta, Francis I.
1978
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870 Stress intensity factors for low aspect ratio semi-elliptical surface cracks in finite-thickness plates subjected to nonuniform stresses Wang, X.
1995
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871 Stress intensity factors for non-uniform applied stresses Rosenfield, A.R.
1980
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872 Stress intensity factors for radial cracks in thick walled cylinders—II. Combination of autofrettage and internal pressure Shu, H.M.
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873 Stress intensity factors for radial cracks in thick walled cylinders—I. Symmetrical cracks Shu, H.M.
1994
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874 Stress intensity factors for surface cracks emanating from the circumferential notch root in notched round bars Erjian, Si
1990
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875 Stress intensity factors for threaded connections Brennan, F.P.
1995
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876 Stress intensity factors in cracked and perforated orthotropic plates with coupled elastic properties Theocaris, Pericles S.
1992
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877 Stress intensity factors in finite plate having contour with cusps and applied by concentrated forces Chen, Y.Z.
1985
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878 Stress intensity factors in the presence of contact stresses Man, K.W.
1995
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879 Stress intensity factors of cracks in finite plates subjected to thermal loads Lam, K.Y.
1992
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880 Stress intensity factors of interfacial cracks Tong-Yi, Zhang
1993
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881 Stress intensity factors of two internal elliptical cracks in three-dimensional solid Xiao, Z.M.
1995
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882 Stress intensity factor variation along a semicircular surface flaw in a finite-thickness plate Liao, C.Y.
1989
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883 Stress state dependence of the shape parameter of the three-parameter Weibull distribution in relation to fracture of ceramics Ichikawa, M
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884 Stress state in front of a crack perpendicular to bimaterial interface Wang, T.C.
1998
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885 Structural integrity assessment in elastic-plastic fracture Wang, Bo
1996
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886 Studies of mixed mode crack propagation in D16AT aluminium alloy Srinivas, V.
1993
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887 Studies on fracture toughness and fractographic features in FeMn base alloys Pandey, R.K.
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891 Study of the variation of fracture toughness with loading rate using compact tension specimens Bassim, M.N.
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892 Study on threshold fatigue crack growth characteristics of electron beam welding in AISI 4130 steel Jiun-Ren Hwang,
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893 Subcritical crack growth of trip steels in air under static loads Antolovich, Stephen D.
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895 Survey of current fracture mechanics studies at AMMRC Bluhm, Joseph I.
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896 Symposium application of computers to fluid dynamic analysis and design 1972
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897 Symposium on fracture and fatigue May 3–5, 1972 1972
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898 Tension of a cylindrical bar having an infinite row of circumferential cracks Nisitani, H.
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899 The anisotropic nature of local crack stability in BCC crystals Katz, Y.
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900 The application of a semielastic lattice model to the description of acoustic emission Grabec, I.
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901 The application of fracture mechanics to creep crack growth Van Leeuwen, H.P.
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902 The application of the visioplasticity technique for derivation of the criterion for ductile rupture initiation in fully plastic notched bars Mohamed, S.A.
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903 The assessment of defects in structures of strain hardening material Ainsworth, R.A.
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904 The axisymmetric buckling parameters in flexed plates as determined by caustics Theocaris, Pericles S.
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905 The bauschinger effect of reverse yield stress reduction on radial crack growth of a cylindrical pressure vessel Pu, S.L.
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906 The buckling behavior of a central crack in a plate under tension Riks, E.
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908 The classical plastic potential theory in comparison with the tensor function theory Betten, Josef
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910 The compliance of three-point bend round beam specimens calculated with the slice synthesis method Wang Qizhi,
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911 The contribution of void growth to the crack resistance of ductile materials Poech, M.H.
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912 The crack initiation and plastic work Zhang, D.Z.
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913 The crack-line (plane) stress field method for estimating SIFs—A review Wang, Qi-Zhi
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914 The crack tip opening angle (CTOA) of the plane stress moving crack Masao, Ogasawara
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915 The determination of the stress intensity factors of a pair of coplaner Griffith cracks whose surfaces are loaded asymmetrically Tweed, John
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916 The distribution of stress around a flat parabolic crack in an elastic solid Kassir, M.K.
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917 The Dugdale model used for short radial cracks emanating from a circular hole in an infinite sheet Boström, L.A.
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918 The effect of a kink, a U-loop and a T-junction on the instability of a circumferential through-wall crack in a stainless steel piping system Smith, E.
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919 The effect of crack surface interaction on the stress intensity factor in Mode III crack growth in round shafts Vaziri, A.
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920 The effect of ductile tearing on cleavage fracture probability in fracture toughness testing Wallin, Kim
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921 The effect of environment on fatigue crack closure in aluminium alloys Ewalds, H.L.
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922 The effect of geometry on the crack opening displacement of a low carbon steel Matsoukas, G.
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923 The effect of load ratio on the threshold stresses for fatigue crack growth in medium carbon steels Cooke, R.J.
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924 The effect of mechanical constraint on the flow and fracture of 63/37 Sn/Pb eutectic alloy Skipor, A.F.
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925 The effect of microstructure on the fracture toughness of 300 and 350 grade maraging steels Antolovich, Stephen D.
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926 The effect of notch radius on fracture toughness J Ic Akourri, O.
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927 The effect of pre-strain on fatigue crack growth and crack closure Schijve, J.
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928 The effect of pre-stress cycles on fatigue crack growth—an analysis of crack growth mechanism Tai Shan Kang,
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929 The effect of purity on fatigue crack growth in a high-strength steel Evans, P.R.V
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930 The effect of repeating load on the crack growth initiation and crack propagation in delayed failure Nakasa, K.
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931 The effect of sheet thickness on fatigue crack retardation in 2024-T3 aluminum alloy Mills, W.J.
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932 The effect of stress biaxiality on fracture initiation at a blunt flaw Smith, E.
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933 The effect of surface energy on temperature rise around a fast running crack Yatomi, C.
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934 The effects of environment and load frequency on the crack propagation law for macro fatigue crack growth in aluminium alloys Hartman, A.
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935 The effects of load ratio on environmentally assisted fatigue crack growth Shih, True-Hwa
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936 The effects of low cycle fatigue comparing compact tension and center-cracked specimens at elevated temperatures Palazotto, A.N.
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937 The effects of simultaneous overload and spot heating on crack growth retardation in fatigue Chen, B.D.
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938 The effects of weld mismatch on J-integrals and Q-values for semi-elliptical surface flaws Boothman, D.P.
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939 The elastic crack interaction in modeling materials Alpa, Giovanni
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940 The elastic field around the crack tip measured by scanning electromicroscopy Theocaris, Pericles S.
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941 The energy release rate for a quasi-static mode I crack in a nonhomogeneous linearly viscoelastic body Schovanec, L.
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942 The engineering treatment model and comparison to R6 revision 3 Laukkanen, A
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944 The exact elastic-perfectly plastic solution for the antiplane problem of a rigid line in an infinite plane Hao, Tian-Hu
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945 The fatigue behaviour of an ultra-high strength steel as influenced by the water vapour content and temperature of an air environment Kemsley, D.S.
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946 The foundations of fracture mechanics Broberg, K.B.
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947 The fracture behaviour of mismatched centre-cracked welded specimens in tension Neale, B.K.
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949 The generalized characteristic transition temperature of brittleness—I. Concept and phenomenological interpretation Weisheng, Lei
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950 The general solution of a finite cylinder with a concentric penny-shaped crack under torsion Chang, S.S.
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951 The general solutions of the doubly periodic cracks Chang, S.S.
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952 The geometric nature of plasticity laws De Saxce, Géry
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953 The influence of geometrical imperfections in the method of caustics Rossmanith, H.P.
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954 The influence of specimen geometry on crack tip plasticity Pettit, D.E.
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955 The influence of stored energy on crack arrest of BS 4360 50B structural steel Spurrier, J.
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956 The influence of stress intensity and microstructure on fatigue crack propagation in ferritic materials Richards, C.E.
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957 The influence of the stress state on the plastic zone size Aurich, D.
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958 The initial boundary-value problem for geometrically nonlinear elastic-plastic shells Weichert, D.
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959 The J-integral applied to cyclic loading Lamba, H.S.
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960 The length and the shape of cracks under cyclic compression: The influence of notch geometry Pippan, R.
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961 The life and the work of wacław olszak Sawczuk, Antoni
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962 The lower bound toughness procedure applied to the Euro fracture toughness dataset Heerens, J
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963 The method of caustics for mixed-mode crack loading with higher order term effects Rossmanith, H.P.
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964 The mixed mode crack problem in a nonhomogeneous elastic medium Konda, Noboru
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966 The non-uniqueness of the maximum load J-value with a cohesive zone model of an elastic/softening solid Smith, E.
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967 The numerical solution of crack problems in plane elasticity in the case of loading discontinuities Ioakimidis, N.I.
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968 The optimum finite element grids around crack singularities in bilinear elastoplastic materials Tsamasphyros, G.
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969 Theoretical and experimental studies of notched columns having one end fixed and one end pinned Vanderveldt, H.
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970 Theory of brittleness in stress softening models of fracture mechanics Harder, N.A.
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971 The penny-shaped crack in an infinite body of a power-law material subjected to remote shear Rodin, Gregory J.
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973 The plastic potential in the theory of anisotropic elastic-plastic solids Olszak, W.
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975 The quasi-invariant in the theory of interface cracks Loboda, V.V.
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976 The random walk theory of crack propagation Krausz, A.S.
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977 The rate(time)-dependence of ductile fracture at room temperature Krempl, E.
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978 The restraining effect of ductile ligaments on plane strain crack propagation and arrest in ferritic steels Smith, E.
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979 Thermally-induced fracture in composites Fang, G.-P.
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980 Thermal shock stress intensity factor by bueckner's weight function method Kang Yong Lee,
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984 Thermoelastic determination of stress intensity factors in orthotropic composites using the J-integral Lin, S.T.
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985 Thermo-mechanic coupling in dynamic plasticity during uniaxial tests Audoly, S.
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986 The singular field at a rigid flat inclusion in hardening materials under longitudinal shear Yu, Shou-Wen
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988 The stress intensity factor and stress concentration for a finite plate with a single crack emanating from a hole Lai, J.
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989 The stress triaxiality constraint and the Q-value as a ductile fracture parameter Henry, B.S.
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990 The 6th Biennial European conference on fracture (ECF 6) 1987
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991 The theory of non-steady state fracture kinetics analysis—1: General theory of crack propagation Krausz, A.S.
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992 The theory of non-steady state fracture kinetics analysis—2: Non-steady state crack propagation in stress corrosion cracking Krausz, A.S.
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993 The third international symposium on criteria for preventing service failure in welded structures 1977
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994 The use of extremal elastic and ideally plastic solutions for the assessment of flaws in notch-tough materials Corran, R.S.J.
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995 The use of global-local functions of blended type for computer simulation of dynamic crack propagation with thermal loading. Generation and prediction studies Martínez-Esnaola, J.M.
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996 The use of stretch zone width measurements in the determination of fracture toughness of low strength steels Doig, P.
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997 The variation of the dynamic elastic modulus by a propagating edge crack Theocaris, Pericles S.
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998 The X-ray scanner. A tool for the examination of the intravoluminal crystalline state of aluminum Latière, H.J.
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999 5th International Conference on the strength of metals and alloys (ICSMA 5) 1979
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1000 Three-dimensional modeling of ductile crack growth in thin sheet metals: computational aspects and validation Gullerud, A.S.
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