Fracture Mechanics

Fracture Mechanics : An Introduction

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Presents a straightforward and unified interpretation of the basic concepts and underlying principles of the discipline of fracture mechanics. A general survey of the field would serve no purpose other than to give a collection of references and outline equations and results. A realistic application of fracture mechanics could not be made without a sound understanding of the fundamentals. The book is self-contained, the presentations are concise and each topic can be understood by advanced undergraduates in material science and continuum mechanics. Each chapter contains illustrative example problems and homework problems. A total of about 50 example problems and more than 200 unsolved problems are included in the book. "Fracture Mechanics" contains 10 chapters. The first, introductory chapter gives a brief account of some characteristic failures that could not be explained by the traditional criteria.
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  • Hardback | 328 pages
  • 165.1 x 243.3 x 23.1mm | 644.11g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
  • English
  • indices
  • 079231932X
  • 9780792319320

Table of contents

Linear elastic stress field in cracked bodies; elastic-plastic stress field in cracked bodies; crack growth based on energy balance; critical stress intensity factor fracture criterion; j-integral and crack opening displacement fracture criteria; strain energy density failure criterion - mixed mode crack growth; dynamic fracture; fatigue and environment-assisted fracture; micromechanics of fracture.
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