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This computational technology is essential for the development of theories of crack initiation in metals and composites. Additional keywords: fracture\(mechanics\); eigenvalues; linearity. \(Author\).</desc---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factors and Measurements of Residual Stresses in Welded Thin-walled Cylinders</title---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factor for Through Cracks in Plates and Bending of Shells Using P-version Finite Element Method</title---><title--->Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors for Cracks in Structural and Mechanical Components Subjected to Complex Stress Fields</title---><desc--->One of the difficulties in using fracture mechanics is in determining stress intensity factors of cracked structural and mechanical components. The cracks are often subjected to complex stress fields induced by external loads and residual stresses resulting from the surface treatment. Both stress fields are characterized by non-uniform distributions, and handbook stress intensity factor solutions are seldom available in such cases. The method presented below is based on the generalized weight function technique enabling the stress intensity factors to be calculated for any Mode I loading applied to a planar semi-elliptical surface crack. The stress intensity factor can be determined at any point on the crack tip contour by using the general weight function. The calculation is carried out by integrating the product of the stress field and the weight function over the crack area.</desc---><title--->Stress-intensity Factor Solutions for Cracks at Countersunk Rivet Holes Under Uniaxial Tension</title---><desc--->To predict crack growth and fracture strengths of riveted joints subjected to widespread fatigue damage, accurate stress and fracture analyses of corner and surface cracks at a rivet hole are needed. The results presented in this report focus on the computation of stress-intensity factor solutions for rivet holes with cracks. The stress-intensity factor solutions for surface and corner cracks at countersunk rivet holes in a plate were obtained using the finite-element-alternating technique. A range of crack shapes, crack sizes, and crack locations under remote tension were considered.</desc---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factors for Flawed Bodies with Residual Stresses</title---><title--->Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors in an Isotropic Multicracked Plate. Part 1: Theoretical Development</title---><title--->Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors in an Isotropic Multicracked Plate. 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Therefore the essential characteristics of the elastic stress field in the neighborhood of reentrant corners can be determined with great precision. This computational technology is essential for the development of theories of crack initiation in metals and composites. Additional keywords: fracture\(mechanics\); eigenvalues; linearity. \(Author\).</desc---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factors and Measurements of Residual Stresses in Welded Thin-walled Cylinders</title---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factor for Through Cracks in Plates and Bending of Shells Using P-version Finite Element Method</title---><title--->Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors for Cracks in Structural and Mechanical Components Subjected to Complex Stress Fields</title---><desc--->One of the difficulties in using fracture mechanics is in determining stress intensity factors of cracked structural and mechanical components. The cracks are often subjected to complex stress fields induced by external loads and residual stresses resulting from the surface treatment. Both stress fields are characterized by non-uniform distributions, and handbook stress intensity factor solutions are seldom available in such cases. The method presented below is based on the generalized weight function technique enabling the stress intensity factors to be calculated for any Mode I loading applied to a planar semi-elliptical surface crack. The stress intensity factor can be determined at any point on the crack tip contour by using the general weight function. 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Elsevier,CRC Press,<title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factors</title---><desc--->The performance characteristics of the generalized influence function method for the approximate computation of the amplitudes of the eigenfunctions of the equations of plane elasticity in the vicinity of sharp reentrant corners were evaluated. The eigenfunctions satisfy the equations of equilibrium, compatibility and stress-strain laws and the free-free boundary conditions at reentrant corners. The amplitudes of the eigenfunctions are called the generalized stress intensity factors. It is concluded that the generalized stress intensity factors can be computed to within one percent relative error with small computational effort. Therefore the essential characteristics of the elastic stress field in the neighborhood of reentrant corners can be determined with great precision. This computational technology is essential for the development of theories of crack initiation in metals and composites. Additional keywords: fracture(mechanics); eigenvalues; linearity. (Author).</desc---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factors and Measurements of Residual Stresses in Welded Thin-walled Cylinders</title---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factor for Through Cracks in Plates and Bending of Shells Using P-version Finite Element Method</title---><title--->Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors for Cracks in Structural and Mechanical Components Subjected to Complex Stress Fields</title---><desc--->One of the difficulties in using fracture mechanics is in determining stress intensity factors of cracked structural and mechanical components. The cracks are often subjected to complex stress fields induced by external loads and residual stresses resulting from the surface treatment. Both stress fields are characterized by non-uniform distributions, and handbook stress intensity factor solutions are seldom available in such cases. The method presented below is based on the generalized weight function technique enabling the stress intensity factors to be calculated for any Mode I loading applied to a planar semi-elliptical surface crack. The stress intensity factor can be determined at any point on the crack tip contour by using the general weight function. The calculation is carried out by integrating the product of the stress field and the weight function over the crack area.</desc---><title--->Stress-intensity Factor Solutions for Cracks at Countersunk Rivet Holes Under Uniaxial Tension</title---><desc--->To predict crack growth and fracture strengths of riveted joints subjected to widespread fatigue damage, accurate stress and fracture analyses of corner and surface cracks at a rivet hole are needed. The results presented in this report focus on the computation of stress-intensity factor solutions for rivet holes with cracks. The stress-intensity factor solutions for surface and corner cracks at countersunk rivet holes in a plate were obtained using the finite-element-alternating technique. A range of crack shapes, crack sizes, and crack locations under remote tension were considered.</desc---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factors for Flawed Bodies with Residual Stresses</title---><title--->Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors in an Isotropic Multicracked Plate. Part 1: Theoretical Development</title---><title--->Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors in an Isotropic Multicracked Plate. Part 1</title---><title--->Theoretical Development</title--->,Independently Published,Computational Mechanics,Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Computation Of Stress Intensity Factor Esatjournals published by : Elsevier CRC Press <title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factors</title---><desc--->The performance characteristics of the generalized influence function method for the approximate computation of the amplitudes of the eigenfunctions of the equations of plane elasticity in the vicinity of sharp reentrant corners were evaluated. The eigenfunctions satisfy the equations of equilibrium, compatibility and stress-strain laws and the free-free boundary conditions at reentrant corners. The amplitudes of the eigenfunctions are called the generalized stress intensity factors. It is concluded that the generalized stress intensity factors can be computed to within one percent relative error with small computational effort. Therefore the essential characteristics of the elastic stress field in the neighborhood of reentrant corners can be determined with great precision. This computational technology is essential for the development of theories of crack initiation in metals and composites. Additional keywords: fracture(mechanics); eigenvalues; linearity. (Author).</desc---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factors and Measurements of Residual Stresses in Welded Thin-walled Cylinders</title---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factor for Through Cracks in Plates and Bending of Shells Using P-version Finite Element Method</title---><title--->Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors for Cracks in Structural and Mechanical Components Subjected to Complex Stress Fields</title---><desc--->One of the difficulties in using fracture mechanics is in determining stress intensity factors of cracked structural and mechanical components. The cracks are often subjected to complex stress fields induced by external loads and residual stresses resulting from the surface treatment. Both stress fields are characterized by non-uniform distributions, and handbook stress intensity factor solutions are seldom available in such cases. The method presented below is based on the generalized weight function technique enabling the stress intensity factors to be calculated for any Mode I loading applied to a planar semi-elliptical surface crack. The stress intensity factor can be determined at any point on the crack tip contour by using the general weight function. The calculation is carried out by integrating the product of the stress field and the weight function over the crack area.</desc---><title--->Stress-intensity Factor Solutions for Cracks at Countersunk Rivet Holes Under Uniaxial Tension</title---><desc--->To predict crack growth and fracture strengths of riveted joints subjected to widespread fatigue damage, accurate stress and fracture analyses of corner and surface cracks at a rivet hole are needed. The results presented in this report focus on the computation of stress-intensity factor solutions for rivet holes with cracks. The stress-intensity factor solutions for surface and corner cracks at countersunk rivet holes in a plate were obtained using the finite-element-alternating technique. A range of crack shapes, crack sizes, and crack locations under remote tension were considered.</desc---><title--->Computation of Stress Intensity Factors for Flawed Bodies with Residual Stresses</title---><title--->Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors in an Isotropic Multicracked Plate. Part 1: Theoretical Development</title---><title--->Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors in an Isotropic Multicracked Plate. Part 1</title---><title--->Theoretical Development</title---> Independently Published Computational Mechanics Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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