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Continuum and micromechanics treatment of constraint in fracture
by Division of Engineering, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. [distributor in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by R.H. Dodds, C.F. Shih, T.L. Anderson.|
|Contributions||Shih, C. F., Anderson, T. L. 1957-, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Engineering., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Civil Engineering., Brown University. Division of Engineering., Texas A & M University. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering., Naval Surface Warfare Center (U.S.). Annapolis Detachment.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 36 p.|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Get this from a library. Continuum and micromechanics treatment of constraint in fracture. [R H Dodds; C F Shih; T L Anderson; U.S.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Engineering.; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Department of Civil Engineering.; Brown University. Division of Engineering.
Continuum and micromechanics treatment of constraint in fracture Technical Report Dodds, Jr, R H ; Shih, C F ; Anderson, T L Two complementary methodologies are described to quantify the effects of crack-tip stress triaxiality (constraint) on the macroscopic measures of elastic-plastic fracture toughness, J and Crack-Tip Opening Displacement.
Micromechanics characterization of constraint and ductile tearing effects in small scale yielding fracture March International Journal of Solids and Structures 38() Abstract. In this presentation the capabilities and the limitations of the near-tip constraint parameters like the Q-stress or the stress triaxiality are is shown that these parameters are useful but they are not sufficient to explain the constraint effects observed experimentally, not even for plane strain conditions, i.e.
for side grooved : O. Kolednik, G. Shan, F. Fischer. The creep crack growth rate in Cr-Mo-V steel has been numerically predicted for specimens with different constraints for a wide range of C* by using stress dependent creep model and ductility, and the simulated da/dt-C* curves were compared and analyzed with experimental data.
The results show that the simulated da/dt-C* curves agree well with Author: Jing Wei Zhang, Guo Zhen Wang, Fu Zhen Xuan, Shan Tung Tu. This paper overviews the physical processes that mediate cleavage fracture toughness from atomic to structural length scales.
C., and Anderson, T. L.,Continuum and micromechanics treatment of constraint in fracture, Int. fract. H.,Numerical investigation of 3-D constraint effects on brittle fracture in SE Cited by: 3. Current approaches widely used in fatigue and fracture evaluations of mechanical components are summarized.
Metallic alloys, and fatigue and fracture behavior in the absence of environmental effects such as corrosion or elevated temperatures, are by: 3.
In this assessment brittle cleavage fracture is the most dangerous fracture mode. Ductile dimple fracture mode is the most common one. This paper only concerned with metallic materials is divided in two parts: the first one is devoted to cleavage fracture and the second one to Author: Dominique Francois, André Pineau.
Crack-Tip Constraint Effect on Creep Fracture. Anderson TL. Continuum and micromechanics treatment of constraint in fracture. Int J Fracture.
The constraint values at the same position. Continuum and micromechanics treatment of constraint in fracture, International Journal of Fracture,]. The J1c - Q relation mainly describe the relation between fracture toughness and in-plane constraint, and the KJc / Kref -Ap relation captures both in-plane and out-of-plane constraints.
Three-dimensional dynamic analyses are performed for a single-edge bend, SE(B), fracture specimen (a/W = ) subjected to impact loading.
Loading rates obtained in routine drop tower tests (terminal load-line velocity of in./s or m/s) are applied in the by: 1. In this paper, the fracture process of nanoscale diamond is analyzed using atomistic simulations and fracture toughness obtained using four different continuum fracture-mechanics theories.
In particular, the authors have used (1) the Griffith’s energy release rate (Irwin modified), (2) crack-tip-opening displacement (CTOD) method, (3) Irwin.
Continuum Damage Mechanics and Numerical Applications - Ebook written by Wohua Zhang, Yuanqiang Cai. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Continuum Damage Mechanics and Numerical Applications.4/5(1). Browse book content. About the book. Search in this book. Search in this book. with the same form as that of the continuum treatment of Kachanov and Rabotnov.
The equations can be integrated to give the shape of the creep curve, the time and strain to fracture, residual life, and so forth.
EFFECT OF PURITY AND THERMOMECHANICAL TREATMENT. A load-independent creep constraint parameter R * was proposed, and its load-independence was validated using finite element results in previous studies. A fixed distance r = mm from a crack tip is chosen to define the R *, and the R * at steady-state creep can be used to evaluate constraint level with little conservatism for whole creep time.
The R * can be used for ranking Cited by: Two-Parameter Fracture Mechanics: A Comparison of Continuum and Micromechanics Approaches.- A New Concept to Determine the Fracture Load of Cracked and Notched Components.- Study on the Fracture Criterion of a Completely Brittle Crack by Considering the Restraining Stress between Atomic Planes The Theory of Critical Distances: A New Perspective in Fracture Mechanics - Ebook written by David Taylor.
Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Theory of Critical Distances: A New Perspective in Fracture Mechanics. In this chapter a variety of processes associated with induced changes to fracture systems that involve fluid flow are res are sensitive to changes in temperature, pressure, and fluid chemistry.
Indeed, slight perturbations can result in. for predicting the fracture and fatigue of composite materials. This book provides an exposition of the concepts and analyses related to this area and presents recent results.
The next chapters treat damage in composite materials as observed by a varietyof techniques, followed bymodeling atthe micro and macro levels.
FatigueFile Size: KB. An overview of computational methods to model fracture in brittle and quasi-brittle materials is given. The overview focuses on continuum models for fracture.
First, numerical difficulties related to modelling fracture for quasi-brittle materials will be discussed. Different techniques to eliminate or circumvent those difficulties will be described by:.
A modern treatment of the theory of tensors and tensor calculus is used. General curvilinear coordinates are described in an appendix. An extensive treatment of important solutions and solution methods, including the use of potentials, variational methods, and complex variable methods, follows the development of the linearized theory.Recent advances in the field of fracture of engineering materials and structures have increasingly indicated its multidisciplinary nature.
This area of research now involves scientists and engineers who work in materials science, applied mathematics and mechanics, and Brand: Springer Netherlands.This paper provides a starting point for researchers and practitioners from biology, medicine, physics and engineering who can benefit from an up-to-date literature survey on patient-specific bone fracture modelling, simulation and risk analysis.
This survey hints at a framework for devising realistic patient-specific bone fracture simulations. This paper has 18 sections: Author: Amadeus C. S. Alcântara, Israel Assis, Daniel Prada, Konrad Mehle, Stefan Schwan, Lúcia Costa-Paiva.