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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A boundary layer framework considering material gradation effects Shim, Do-Jun
2006
124-125 5 p. 593-615
23 p.
artikel
2 A calibration function for notched cylindrical tension specimens, based on the common format equation: numerical and experimental data analysis Donoso, J.R.
1996
124-125 5 p. 617-628
12 p.
artikel
3 A cohesive model for fatigue failure of polymers Maiti, Spandan
2005
124-125 5 p. 691-708
18 p.
artikel
4 A comparative study of various approaches for ctod toughness evaluation Ranganath, V.R.
1990
124-125 5 p. 1059-1069
11 p.
artikel
5 A Computational investigation of local material strength and toughness on crack growth Degiorgi, V.Gensheimer
1990
124-125 5 p. 1039-1058
20 p.
artikel
6 A computation of the three-dimensional J-integral for elastic materials with a view to applications in fracture mechanics Chiarelli, Mario
1993
124-125 5 p. 763-788
26 p.
artikel
7 A computer simulation of ductile fracture initiation in TPB specimen—An application of Vgc criterion Zhang, K.S.
1989
124-125 5 p. 671-677
7 p.
artikel
8 Acoustic emission and fracture of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Thermosoftening Plastic (CFRTP) materials under monotonous tensile loading Qing-Qing, Ni
1993
124-125 5 p. 611-625
15 p.
artikel
9 Acoustic emission behaviour during crack growth of 7075-T651 Al alloy Blanchette, Y.
1986
124-125 5 p. 647-656
10 p.
artikel
10 Acoustic emission rating parameter for prediction of tearing instability in structural materials Khan, M.A.
1982
124-125 5 p. 645-658
14 p.
artikel
11 A crack arrest toughness test for tough materials Kumar, A.M.
1988
124-125 5 p. 793-805
13 p.
artikel
12 A Crack-damage mechanics model for composite laminate Wei, Shen
1985
124-125 5 p. 1019-1029
11 p.
artikel
13 A cracked plate under transient thermal stresses due to surface heating Rizk, Abd El-Fattah A.
1993
124-125 5 p. 687-696
10 p.
artikel
14 A creep damage model for initially isotropic materials with different properties in tension and compression Betten, J.
1998
124-125 5 p. 623-641
19 p.
artikel
15 A critical evaluation of superposition methods for cracks in grossly plastic gradient fields Wang, C.H.
2002
124-125 5 p. 633-646
14 p.
artikel
16 A digital imaging algorithm for extracting stress intensity factor from the photoelastic fringe pattern Wei-Chung, Wang
1990
124-125 5 p. 683-696
14 p.
artikel
17 A displacement extrapolation method for two-dimensional mixed-mode crack problems Kuang, J.H.
1993
124-125 5 p. 735-741
7 p.
artikel
18 A dugdale-type estimation of the plastic zone for a penny-shaped crack in a thick transversely isotropic layer due to radial shear Danyluk, H.T.
1995
124-125 5 p. 735-740
6 p.
artikel
19 A fast iterative boundary element method for solving closed crack problems Elvin, Niell
1999
124-125 5 p. 631-648
18 p.
artikel
20 A fiber bridging model for the fracture of brittle matrix composites Yin, S.-W.
1993
124-125 5 p. 887-894
8 p.
artikel
21 A finite width plate with a single crack at the edge of a central hole. the K-value of the crack and σpeak at the other side of the hole Schijve, J.
1990
124-125 5 p. 805-812
8 p.
artikel
22 A fractal model and energy dissipation for en echelon fractures Heping, Xie
1994
124-125 5 p. 655-662
8 p.
artikel
23 A Fracture toughness criterion for concrete Jenq, Y.S.
1985
124-125 5 p. 1055-1069
15 p.
artikel
24 A general formula for three-point bend specimen J-integral calculation Zhang, D.Z
1990
124-125 5 p. 789-793
5 p.
artikel
25 A limit load criterion to predict crack growth in stainless steel pipes Kassir, M.K.
1992
124-125 5 p. 807-813
7 p.
artikel
26 A method of estimating railway axle stress spectra Watson, A.S.
2011
124-125 5 p. 836-847
12 p.
artikel
27 A model for the dynamic fracture toughness of ductile structural steel Qiu, Hai
2002
124-125 5 p. 589-598
10 p.
artikel
28 A model for the static fracture toughness of ductile structural steel Qiu, Hai
2002
124-125 5 p. 599-609
11 p.
artikel
29 A more realistic thermal shock analysis of a radially multicracked thick-walled cylinder Perl, M.
1992
124-125 5 p. 747-756
10 p.
artikel
30 A moving crack in a rectangular magnetoelectroelastic body Hu, Ke-Qiang
2007
124-125 5 p. 751-770
20 p.
artikel
31 An alternative method for small pop-in assessment Berejnoi, C.
1998
124-125 5 p. 667-681
15 p.
artikel
32 Analyses of cleavage crack arrest experiments: influence of specimen vibration Hajjaj, M.
2008
124-125 5 p. 1156-1170
15 p.
artikel
33 Analysis for an adhesively bonded finite strip repair to a cracked plate Tierang, Liu
1994
124-125 5 p. 629-637
9 p.
artikel
34 Analysis of a rate-dependent cohesive model for dynamic crack propagation Kubair, Dhirendra V.
2002
124-125 5 p. 685-704
20 p.
artikel
35 Analysis of crack closure in unidirectional composite plates subject to bending loads Kwon, Y.W.
1992
124-125 5 p. 825-831
7 p.
artikel
36 Analysis of crack-induced-craze in polymers Sun, B.N.
1988
124-125 5 p. 595-607
13 p.
artikel
37 Analysis of large deformation and fracture of axisymmetric tensile specimens Zhang, K.S.
1991
124-125 5 p. 851-857
7 p.
artikel
38 Analysis of mixed mode crack initiation angles under various loading conditions Khan, Shafique M.A.
2000
124-125 5 p. 397-419
23 p.
artikel
39 Analysis of mixed-mode dynamic crack propagation by interface element based on virtual crack closure technique Qian, Qin
2007
124-125 5 p. 807-814
8 p.
artikel
40 Analytical-generalized variational method of solution for delaminations of laminates Meng, Qingchun
1993
124-125 5 p. 797-805
9 p.
artikel
41 Analytical/numerical solutions for a single hole-edge crack in a narrow plate under pure bending Santhanam, S.
1993
124-125 5 p. 751-761
11 p.
artikel
42 Analytical/numerical solutions for a single hole-edge crack in a wide plate under pure bending Gong, H.
1993
124-125 5 p. 743-749
7 p.
artikel
43 Analytical optimization of crack size measurement number in r-curve study Kumar, A.N.
1988
124-125 5 p. 599-608
10 p.
artikel
44 Analytic continuation of stresses across a mode I elastoplastic interface Unger, David J.
1990
124-125 5 p. 763-776
14 p.
artikel
45 An anisotropic damage criterion for deformation instability and its application to forming limit analysis of metal plates Hao, Lee
1985
124-125 5 p. 1031-1054
24 p.
artikel
46 An anisotropic theory of continuum damage mechanics for ductile fracture Chow, C.L.
1987
124-125 5 p. 547-558
12 p.
artikel
47 An anti-plane crack in a nonhomogeneous viscoelastic body Alex, Rajan
1996
124-125 5 p. 727-735
9 p.
artikel
48 An antiplane crack problem for some kinds of regions Chen, Yi-Zhou
1982
124-125 5 p. 733-740
8 p.
artikel
49 An approximative crack opening displacement field for embedded cracks Fett, T.
1989
124-125 5 p. 731-737
7 p.
artikel
50 An array of no-slip tensile cracks at a bimaterial interface Clech, J.P.
1986
124-125 5 p. 899-911
13 p.
artikel
51 An assessment of far field effects on the photoelastic determination of mixed mode stress intensity factors Smith, C.W.
1982
124-125 5 p. 605-612
8 p.
artikel
52 An asymptotic approach to size effect on fracture toughness and fracture energy of composites Hu, Xiao-Zhi
2002
124-125 5 p. 555-564
10 p.
artikel
53 A natural approach to the introduction of finite-part integrals into crack problems of three-dimensional elasticity Ioakimidis, N.I.
1982
124-125 5 p. 669-673
5 p.
artikel
54 An effect of strength of railway axle steels on fatigue resistance under press fit Linhart, V.
2011
124-125 5 p. 731-741
11 p.
artikel
55 An efficient method to display crack front profile in fracture test specimens Chang Xian Ma,
1992
124-125 5 p. 873-875
3 p.
artikel
56 An efficient numerical implementation of the Bodner-Partom model in the EPIC-2 code Cook, W.H.
1992
124-125 5 p. 607-623
17 p.
artikel
57 An engineering approach to remove the specimen geometry constraint dependence of elastic-plastic fracture toughness Wang, Tie-Jun
1995
124-125 5 p. 701-706
6 p.
artikel
58 An engineering interpretation of pop-in arrest and tearing arrest in terms of static crack arrest, K Ia Witt, F.J.
1983
124-125 5 p. 997-1010
14 p.
artikel
59 A new approach to the analysis of unidirectional titanium matrix composites with bridge and unbridged cracks Herrmann, D.J.
1997
124-125 5 p. 711-726
16 p.
artikel
60 A new experimental approach to determine initial fatigue quality with fastener holes Wei Zhi Yi,
1994
124-125 5 p. 749-753
5 p.
artikel
61 A new fracture mechanics theory for orthotropic materials like wood van der Put, T.A.C.M.
2007
124-125 5 p. 771-781
11 p.
artikel
62 A new method of determining JIc of steel by means of single specimen Lai, Z.H.
1983
124-125 5 p. 395-403
9 p.
artikel
63 A new model for fatigue crack growth after a single overload Yichi, Lu
1993
124-125 5 p. 849-856
8 p.
artikel
64 A new weight function expression for through cracks Ng, S.W.
1999
124-125 5 p. 515-537
23 p.
artikel
65 An experimental investigation into the effect of impact damage on the compressive strength of step lap joints Van Blaricum, T.J.
1989
124-125 5 p. 667-674
8 p.
artikel
66 An experimental investigation of blunting and stable crack growth processes of a crack in the weld HAZ Chao, J.
1991
124-125 5 p. 833-844
12 p.
artikel
67 An improved compounding method for calculating stress-intensity factors Rooke, D.P.
1986
124-125 5 p. 783-792
10 p.
artikel
68 An improved method for computing the J2 integral Eischen, J.W.
1987
124-125 5 p. 691-700
10 p.
artikel
69 An improved method of collocation for the problem of crack surface subjected to uniform load Ming, Zhu Zhe
1996
124-125 5 p. 731-741
11 p.
artikel
70 An improved probabilistic model of fatigue crack growth Hua, Zhao
1993
124-125 5 p. 773-780
8 p.
artikel
71 An improved procedure for calculating cod in bend and ct specimens Kolednik, O.
1989
124-125 5 p. 813-826
14 p.
artikel
72 An impulse response model for the prediction of thermal striping damage Jones, I.S.
1996
124-125 5 p. 795-812
18 p.
artikel
73 An infinite sheet weakened by doubly periodic circular holes with two unequal radial cracks Zhang, X.S.
1988
124-125 5 p. 837-845
9 p.
artikel
74 An inspection of fatigue crack extension based on strain information Chobin, Makabe
1993
124-125 5 p. 655-662
8 p.
artikel
75 An investigation of a dynamic crack propagation in a two-dimensional viscoelastic solid Domani, Gunter L.
1993
124-125 5 p. 807-813
7 p.
artikel
76 An investigation of shock-induced fracture in a lamellar eutectic two-phase metal alloy Brawley, Gary
1982
124-125 5 p. 613-624
12 p.
artikel
77 An investigation of the blunting line Yin, S.-W.
1983
124-125 5 p. 1025-1036
12 p.
artikel
78 An investigation of the stress intensity factor for a finite internally cracked plate by using variational method Chen, Yi-Zhou
1983
124-125 5 p. 387-394
8 p.
artikel
79 Anisotropic effective moduli of materials with microcracks Santare, Michael H.
1995
124-125 5 p. 833-842
10 p.
artikel
80 Announcement 1993
124-125 5 p. 907-
1 p.
artikel
81 Announcement 1985
124-125 5 p. 1070-
1 p.
artikel
82 A nonlinear finite element eigenanalysis of antiplane shear including higher order terms Loghin, Adrian
2000
124-125 5 p. 441-454
14 p.
artikel
83 An optical phenomenon in transient thermal caustic experiments Wei-Chung, Wang
1994
124-125 5 p. 659-672
14 p.
artikel
84 An orthotropic damage model for concrete at different temperatures Yu, T.Q.
1989
124-125 5 p. 775-786
12 p.
artikel
85 A note on some crack tip elements employed in two-dimensional elasto-plastic fracture mechanics Furgiuele, F.M.
1989
124-125 5 p. 831-837
7 p.
artikel
86 A note on the effects of strain rate (frequency) on the measurements of plastic work to grow a fatigue crack Liaw, P.K.
1986
124-125 5 p. 753-758
6 p.
artikel
87 A novel method for the measurement of J resistance curves Sun, Xuewei
1995
124-125 5 p. 901-905
5 p.
artikel
88 Antiplane problems of collinear rigid line inclusions in dissimilar media Jiang, C.P.
1995
124-125 5 p. 907-916
10 p.
artikel
89 A numerical analysis of time dependent stress fields ahead of stationary interface cracks at creep regime—Part II. Interface cracks in layered materials Biner, S.B.
1997
124-125 5 p. 657-671
15 p.
artikel
90 A numerical study of inclusion–matrix debonding in the presence of a nearby crack Savalia, P.C.
2008
124-125 5 p. 926-942
17 p.
artikel
91 A numerical study of two integral type elasto-plastic fracture parameters under cyclic loading Wong, A.K.
1987
124-125 5 p. 741-752
12 p.
artikel
92 A path independent integral for the crack extension force of the circular arc crack Lorentzon, M.
2000
124-125 5 p. 423-439
17 p.
artikel
93 Applicability of approximate kI solutions towards cracks at weld toes Skorupa, M.
1987
124-125 5 p. 669-681
13 p.
artikel
94 Application of a weight function based method to assess partially closed cracks Montenegro, Hugo Lopez
1996
124-125 5 p. 679-691
13 p.
artikel
95 Application of domain integral methods using tetrahedral elements to the determination of stress intensity factors Rajaram, H.
2000
124-125 5 p. 455-482
28 p.
artikel
96 Application of fracture mechanics concepts in ultrasonic fatigue Tieying, Wu
1994
124-125 5 p. 683-690
8 p.
artikel
97 Application of the European flaw assessment procedure SINTAP to thin wall structures subjected to biaxial and mixed mode loadings Schödel, Manfred
2006
124-125 5 p. 626-642
17 p.
artikel
98 Application of the weight function and boundary collocation method to the calculation of initial phase transformation zones Fett, T.
1995
124-125 5 p. 853-863
11 p.
artikel
99 Applying similarity methods to fracture mechanics—Measurement of fracture toughness K1c , KQ values by small-scale single specimen Wang, Chang
1988
124-125 5 p. 807-816
10 p.
artikel
100 Approximate expressions for sif of crack initiating from notch for thin plate bending and plane problems Jiro, Iida
1990
124-125 5 p. 819-825
7 p.
artikel
101 Approximate stress intensity factors for cracked V-notched specimens based on asymptotic solutions with application to T-joints Fjeldstad, A.
2008
124-125 5 p. 1083-1098
16 p.
artikel
102 A practical method for singular integral equations of the second kind Jin, Xiaoqing
2008
124-125 5 p. 1005-1014
10 p.
artikel
103 A predictive approach to cleavage fracture events in the transition region Bicego, V.
1993
124-125 5 p. 587-598
12 p.
artikel
104 A pressure vessel fracture mechanics study of the aluminum beverage can Hackworth, M.R.
2000
124-125 5 p. 525-539
15 p.
artikel
105 A probabilistic criterion for evaluating the goodness of fatigue crack growth models Rocha, M.M.
1996
124-125 5 p. 707-731
25 p.
artikel
106 A probabilistic model for the pearlite-induced cleavage of a plain carbon structural steel Valiente, A.
2005
124-125 5 p. 709-728
20 p.
artikel
107 A probability-based model for growth of corrosion pits in aluminium alloys Rajasankar, J.
2006
124-125 5 p. 553-570
18 p.
artikel
108 A quasi-three-dimensional crack problem of an elastic plate subjected to in-plane shear loading Zhi-He, Jin
1994
124-125 5 p. 773-779
7 p.
artikel
109 Are the foundations of fracture mechanics cracked? Tyson, W.R.
1989
124-125 5 p. 827-830
4 p.
artikel
110 A sandwiched layer containing an interface crack Itou, S.
1988
124-125 5 p. 549-555
7 p.
artikel
111 A shallow crack assessment scheme for generalised material behaviour in bending Boothman, D.P.
1997
124-125 5 p. 493-506
14 p.
artikel
112 A shallow crack assessment scheme for generalised material behaviour in tension Lau, C.L.
1995
124-125 5 p. 763-785
23 p.
artikel
113 A simple lefm method for the contact problem in partially closed cracks Montenegro, Hugo Lopez
1994
124-125 5 p. 743-752
10 p.
artikel
114 A simple second order approximation for stochastic crack growth analysis Yang, J.N.
1996
124-125 5 p. 677-686
10 p.
artikel
115 A single strain gage method for K I measurement Kuang, J.H.
1995
124-125 5 p. 871-878
8 p.
artikel
116 A statistical study on fatigue life distributions of SCM435 round bar specimens having surface defects Tatsuo, Sakai
1986
124-125 5 p. 759-772
14 p.
artikel
117 A stochastic model of fatigue crack growth in heterogeneous material Lauschmann, Hynek
1987
124-125 5 p. 707-728
22 p.
artikel
118 A stochastic systems approach to fatigue reliability—an application to Ti-6Al-4V Farhangdoost, Khalil
1996
124-125 5 p. 687-706
20 p.
artikel
119 A structural integrity prognosis system Papazian, John M.
2009
124-125 5 p. 620-632
13 p.
artikel
120 A study for η pl factor determination in AA 6061T6 alloy Cassanelli, A.N.
2001
124-125 5 p. 501-511
11 p.
artikel
121 A study of the three-dimensional region at crack tips by the method of caustics Meletis, E.I.
1991
124-125 5 p. 875-885
11 p.
artikel
122 A substitution method for 3D elastic-plastic FE analyses of fracture mechanics specimens Shan, G.X.
1992
124-125 5 p. 625-633
9 p.
artikel
123 A survey of fatigue crack growth life estimation methodologies Akyürek, T.
1992
124-125 5 p. 797-803
7 p.
artikel
124 A symmetric Galerkin multi-zone boundary element method for cohesive crack growth Chen, Tianzhi
1999
124-125 5 p. 591-609
19 p.
artikel
125 Asymptotic analysis of a subinterface crack in dissimilar orthotropic media Beom, H.G.
1995
124-125 5 p. 777-790
14 p.
artikel
126 A system of interface cracks in a periodically layered elastic composite Kaczyński, A.
1989
124-125 5 p. 745-756
12 p.
artikel
127 A theory of cleavage characteristic stress on low-temperature cleavage fracture in mild steel—a review Xiangqiao, Yan
1994
124-125 5 p. 609-618
10 p.
artikel
128 A unified analysis of various problems relating to circular holes with edge cracks Isida, M.
1987
124-125 5 p. 571-591
21 p.
artikel
129 Author's closure on the discussion by N. A. B. Yiehia of “LEFM brittle and ductile fractures as described by the T-criterion ” Andrianopoulos, N.P.
1992
124-125 5 p. 785-
1 p.
artikel
130 Axisymmetric elastodynamic response of a flat annular crack to normal impact waves Yasuhide, Shindo
1984
124-125 5 p. 837-848
12 p.
artikel
131 BEM for crack-hole problems in thermopiezoelectric materials Qin, Qing-Hua
2002
124-125 5 p. 577-588
12 p.
artikel
132 Body force weight functions of cracked bodies Ma, Chien-Ching
1995
124-125 5 p. 865-877
13 p.
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133 Boundary collocation method for analyzing perforated plate problems Woo, C.W.
1992
124-125 5 p. 757-768
12 p.
artikel
134 Boundary element analysis of crack growth for mixed-mode center slant crack problems Ghorbanpoor, Al
1990
124-125 5 p. 661-668
8 p.
artikel
135 Boundary element analysis of orthotropic delamination specimens with interface cracks Ang, H.E.
1996
124-125 5 p. 601-615
15 p.
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136 Bounding theorems for stress intensity factors Gottesman, Tamar
1983
124-125 5 p. 415-424
10 p.
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137 Breakdown of the skeletal stress technique for lifetime prediction of notched tension bars due to creep crack growth Hayhurst, D.R.
1994
124-125 5 p. 711-726
16 p.
artikel
138 Bridge fatigue damage evaluation and updating using non-destructive inspections Zhao, Zhengwei
1996
124-125 5 p. 775-788
14 p.
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139 Brief note on the stress intensity factor of elliptical cracks Schijve, J.
1983
124-125 5 p. 1067-1069
3 p.
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140 Brittle fracture criterion for structures with sharp notches Seweryn, Andrzej
1994
124-125 5 p. 673-681
9 p.
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141 Calculation of elastic-plastic strains and stresses in notches under torsion load Agnihotri, Geeta
1995
124-125 5 p. 823-835
13 p.
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142 Calculation of inelastic notch-tip strain-stress histories under cyclic loading Glinka, G.
1985
124-125 5 p. 839-854
16 p.
artikel
143 Calculation of J 2-integral for 2-D cracks in rubbery materials Chang, J.H.
1998
124-125 5 p. 683-695
13 p.
artikel
144 Calculation of stress intensity factors by efficient integration of weight functions Moftakhar, A.A.
1992
124-125 5 p. 749-756
8 p.
artikel
145 Calculation of stress intensity factors by the force method de Morais, A.B.
2007
124-125 5 p. 739-750
12 p.
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146 Calendar 2002
124-125 5 p. 705-706
2 p.
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147 Calendar 1997
124-125 5 p. 727-728
2 p.
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148 Calendar 1997
124-125 5 p. 591-592
2 p.
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149 Calendar 2006
124-125 5 p. I-
1 p.
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150 Calendar 2008
124-125 5 p. I-
1 p.
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151 Calendar - Repeat from previous issue 2007
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nvt p.
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152 calendar-update 2005
124-125 5 p. 809-810
2 p.
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153 Center notched metal matrix composites with interphase Zhanjun, Gao
1993
124-125 5 p. 663-679
17 p.
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154 Challenges in modelling the evolution of stress corrosion cracks from pits Turnbull, A.
2009
124-125 5 p. 633-640
8 p.
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155 Characterization of a fracture specimen for crack growth in epoxy due to thermal fatigue Tang, T.
2005
124-125 5 p. 791-805
15 p.
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156 Characterization of debond growth mechanism in adhesively bonded composites under mode II static and fatigue loadings Mall, S.
1988
124-125 5 p. 747-758
12 p.
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157 Characterization of disbond effects on fatigue crack growth behavior in aluminum plate with bonded composite patch Denney, J.J.
1997
124-125 5 p. 507-525
19 p.
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158 CISM, international centre for mechanical sciences preliminaryprogramme 2005 2005
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1 p.
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159 Cleavage fracture of steel in the upper ductile-brittle transition region Rosenfield, A.R.
1983
124-125 5 p. 461-470
10 p.
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160 Closed-form stress intensity factor for an arbitrarily located inner circumferential surface crack in a cylinder subjected to axisymmetric bending loads Meshii, T.
1998
124-125 5 p. 589-597
9 p.
artikel
161 Closure on the discussion by G. C. Sih and D. Y. Tzou on “criteria for brittle fracture in biaxial tension” Maiti, S.K.
1988
124-125 5 p. 729-731
3 p.
artikel
162 COD measurements and optimum exploitation of metal matrix composites for aerospace applications Andrianopoulos, N.P.
1997
124-125 5 p. 565-576
12 p.
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163 Comment on “on the stress and strain fields ahead of a stationary crack in creeping solids” Ehlers, R.
1986
124-125 5 p. 933-934
2 p.
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164 Comment on “prediction of fracture instability in thin sheets by finite element method” Munz, D.
1986
124-125 5 p. 935-937
3 p.
artikel
165 Common format for developing calibration curves in elastic-plastic fracture mechanics Donoso, J.R.
1994
124-125 5 p. 619-628
10 p.
artikel
166 Comparison of fracture behavior for low-swelling ferritic and austenitic alloys irradiated in the Fast Flux Test Facility (FFTF) to 180 DPA Huang, F.H.
1992
124-125 5 p. 733-748
16 p.
artikel
167 Complex stress intensity factors evaluated by pseudocaustics Theocaris, P.S.
1992
124-125 5 p. 707-720
14 p.
artikel
168 Complex-variable and integral-transform methods for elastodynamic solutions of cracked orthotropic strips Georgiadis, H.G.
1986
124-125 5 p. 727-735
9 p.
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169 Compliance functions for various fracture mechanics specimens Jablonski, D.A.
1985
124-125 5 p. 819-827
9 p.
artikel
170 Composite laminate crack problems using the boundary collocation method Woo, C.W.
1993
124-125 5 p. 559-574
16 p.
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171 Compression fatigue crack growth behavior of metallic alloys: Effect of environment Lenets, Y.N.
1997
124-125 5 p. 527-539
13 p.
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172 Computational methodology to predict damage growth in unidirectional composites—II. Case studies Bakuckas Jr, J.G.
1995
124-125 5 p. 953-957
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273 Effect of specimen geometry on fatigue crack growth rates for the railway axle material EA4T Varfolomeev, I.
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274 Effect of specimen geometry on strength in engineering ceramics Hoshide, Toshihiko
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275 Effect of steady torsion on fatigue crack initiation and propagation under rotating bending: Multiaxial fatigue and mixed-mode cracking Freitas, M. de
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276 Effect of stress triaxiality on micro-mechanisms of void coalesence and micro-fracture ductility of materials Sun, Jun
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284 Efficient fracture assessment of pipelines. A constraint-corrected SENT specimen approach Chiesa, Matteo
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286 Elastic-plastic fracture analysis of finite bodies—I. Description of the stress field Fashang, Ma
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288 Elastic–plastic fracture mechanics analyses of circumferential through-wall cracks between elbows and pipes Oh, Chang-Kyun
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289 Empirical corrosion fatigue life prediction models of a high strength steel Murtaza, G.
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290 Energy based Z-criterion in fracture analysis of composite plate under bending Zhang, S.Q.
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291 Energy considerations in the boundary collocation method applied in fracture Tsamasphyros, G.
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295 Enriched finite element-penalty function method for modeling interface cracks with contact Bayram, Y.B.
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301 Estimate by fracture mechanics theory for rolling contact fatigue life and strength of case-hardened gear materials with computer Jiang, Bingyuan
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318 Experimental and finite element study on mode I stable crack growth in symmetrically stiffened compact tension specimen Maiti, S.K.
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325 External crack in nonhomogeneous elasticity Fabrikant, V.I.
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327 Failure analysis and reliability improvement of small turbine engine blades Shee, H.K.
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331 Fatigue behaviors of square-to-square hollow section T-joint with corner crack. I: Experimental studies Chiew, Sing-Ping
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