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Three-dimensional finite-element analysis of chevron-notched fracture specimens

Three-dimensional finite-element analysis of chevron-notched fracture specimens

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fracture mechanics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementI.S. Raju and J.C. Newman, Jr.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 85798.
    ContributionsNewman, J. C., Langley Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18039759M

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Get this from a library. Three-dimensional finite-element analysis of chevron-notched fracture specimens. [I S Raju; J C Newman; Langley Research Center.]. Three-dimensional finite-element analysis of chevron-notched fracture specimens book Chevron-Notched Specimens: Testing and Stress Analysis: Three-Dimensional Finite-Element Analysis of Chevron-Notched Fracture Specimens; Three-Dimensional Finite and Boundary Element Calibration of the Short-Rod Specimen.

Chevron-notched Specimens, Testing and Stress Analysis: A Symposium ASTM STP Issue of ASTM special technical publication, ISSN Volume of American Society for Testing and Materials: ASTM special technical publication Journal of ASTM International: Selected technical papers: Editors: John H.

Underwood, S. Freiman, F. A 3-D finite element analysis of a chevron-notched, three-point bend specimen was used to determine the load point displacement (LPD) and the crack mouth opening displacement (CMOD) for four. Slice Synthesis of a Three-Dimensional " Work of Fracture " Speci-men Numerical Fracture Analysis of Chevron-Notched Specimens: I, Shear Correction Factor k " ; this issue Jan TS1b1 FRACTURE PROCESS ZONE IN CERAMICS AND CERAMIC COMPOSITES C.-T.

YU and A.S. KOBAYASHI Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington Seattle, WAUSA ABSTRACT Moire interferometry was used in a hybrid experimental-numerical analysis to study the fracture process zone (FPZ) which trailed a stably growing crack in AI2O3 ceramics and S1CW/AI2O3 Cited by: 3.

Kolhe, C.Y. Hui, A.T. Zehnder, Effects of Finite Notch Width on the Fracture of Chevron-Notched Specimens,” International Journal of Fracture, 94 (2): – ().

CrossRef Google Scholar Cited by: Chevron-notched bend specimens in three-point loading are increasingly used for evaluation of fracture toughness of structural ceramics. Its advantages include stable precracking of the specimen during loading, a simple specimen geometry, and a compressive mode of loading that is convenient for testing ceramics at elevated by: 3.

@article{osti_, title = {Fracture process zone of brittle composites}, author = {Yu, C.}, abstractNote = {An experimental-numerical analysis was used to study the fracture process zone (FPZ) trailing the crack tip in brittle composites.

Two major parts are included in this dissertation. Part 1 is a static mode 1 fracture analysis of ceramic matrix composites. AN ENGINEERING TOOL FOR FRACTURE TOUGHNESS TESTING E. STROMSWOLD and D. QUESNEL Materials Science Program, Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Rochester, Rochester, NYU.S.A.

AbstrKt chevron notch four-point bend geometry fracture specimen is presented which complements the chevron notched short rod and short bar Cited by: 6. S Raju has written: 'Three-dimensional finite-element analysis of chevron-notched fracture specimens' -- subject(s): Fracture mechanics 'Q3DG, a computer program for strain-energy-release rates.

An analytical calibration of the Stable Poisson Loaded (SPL) specimen is presented. The specimen configuration is similar to the ASTM E compact-tension specimen with displacement controlled wedge loading used for R-curve determination.

The crack mouth opening displacements (CMOD's) are produced by the diametral expansion of an axially compressed cylindrical pin located in Author: Louis J. Ghosn, Anthony M. Calomino, David N. Brewer. Ivatury S. Rajw and J.

Newman, Jr.^ Three-Dimensional Finite-Element Analysis of Chevron-Notched Fracture Specimens REFERENCE: Raju, I. and Newman, J. C, Jr., "Three-Dimensional Finite-Element Analysis of Chevron-Notched Fracture Specimens," Chevron-Notched Specimens: Test-ing and Stress Analysis, ASTM STP I.

Chevron-Notched Specimens Bend Specimens Precracked by Bridge Indentation References Chapter 9: Application to Structures Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics KI for Part-Through Cracks Influence Coefficients for Polynomial Stress Distributions Weight Functions for Arbitrary Pages: In order to determine the fracture toughness of the ceramic material, a chevron-notched beam method (CNB) is applied.

A 4-point-bending test set-up was constructed and brought into service, at which the load-displacement curve of small chevron-notched specimens (5 x 6 x 25 mm 3) can be measured. The set-up offers the possibility of testing. This chapter presents a general background and the state of the art of numerical simulation and modeling of fretting phenomenon in terms of wear, fatigue and fracture.

First, an introduction of fretting and its implications is exposed. Second, different methodologies for wear modeling and simulation are described and discussed. Afterwards, fatigue and fracture analysis approaches are by: 1.

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In this paper, we measured the fracture properties of cement mortar—which is composed of sand and has a nearly constant diameter—using a direct tension test.

Four double-notched mortar bar specimens with different structural dimensions were assessed. The failure load, load-crack mouth opening displacement, and elongation of the gauge length were measured under direct displacement by: 1.

Get this from a library. Fracture mechanics: fundamentals and applications. [T L Anderson] -- "Fracture Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications, Fourth Edition is the most useful and comprehensive guide to fracture mechanics available.

It has been adopted by more than universities. Experimental validations of cracked chevron notched Brazilian disc geometry specimen for rock fracture toughness testing. Leeds University Mining Association Journal, 12, Fowell, R., & Xu, C. (). The cracked chevron notched Brazilian disc test- geometrical considerations for practical rock fracture toughness measurement.Three-dimensional finite element simulation of the specimen obtained the relations between crack length, opening displacement and stress intensity factor along the crack front.

The experimentally calculated crack opening displacements were consistent with the FE-predicted values, and could be used to obtain the critical stress intensity factor.Walter Herbert Gerstle.

June Personal. Work Address"Three-Dimensional Finite and Boundary Element Calibration of the Short-Rod Specimen", Chevron-Notched Specimens: Testing and Stress Analysis, ASTM STPJ.

H. Underwood, et al., Eds., American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia,pp. and Gerstle, W.