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Topics in Fracture and Fatigue [E-Book] / edited by A. S. Argon
Fracture in structural materials remains a vital consideration in engineering systems, affecting the reliability of machines throughout their lives. Impressive advances in both the theoretical understanding of fracture mechanisms and practical developments that offer possibilities of control have re...
|Personal Name(s):||Argon, Ali Suphi, editor|
New York, NY :
Springer New York,
X, 346 p. online resource.
- 1. Peierls Framework for Analysis of Dislocation Nucleation from a Crack Tip
- 2. Advances in Characterization of Elastic-Plastic Crack-Tip Fields
- 3. Constraint and Stress State Effects in Ductile Fracture
- 4. Void Growth in Plastic Solids
- 5. Crack Blunting and Void Growth Models for Ductile Fracture
- 6. Global and Local Approaches of Fracture — Transferability of Laboratory Test Results to Components
- 7. Growth of Cracks By Intergranular Cavitation in Creep
- 8. Cracking and Fatigue in Fiber-Reinforced Metal and Ceramic Matrix Composites
- 9. Metal Fatigue — A New Perspective
- 10. Reflections on Contributions to Deformation and Fracture.