By Mabel Sykes, H E. 1861-1937 Slaught, N J. 1874- Lennes

ISBN-10: 1112489878

ISBN-13: 9781112489877

ISBN-10: 1151841536

ISBN-13: 9781151841537

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Griffith followed a rigorous method of calculation for changes in strain energy due to an internal crack symmetrically located in an infinite plate of uniform thickness under equi-biaxial tensions (Fig. 3(a)) at its outer boundary using Inglis’s solution. 3 (a) Griffith crack. (b) Centre crack under uniaxial tension. Linear elastic fracture mechanics 11 (Fig. 3(b)). The loading tries to open the crack edges. As the crack extends from 0 to 2a, approximately two triangular regions (ABC and ABD) of materials immediately above and below the crack become stress-free.

21b) = Linear elastic fracture mechanics 15 Mode II (Fig. 5(b)) −K I I θ σx = √ sin 2 2πr 2 + cos θ 3θ cos 2 2 + terms containing r0 , r1/2 , r1 , r3/2 , . . 22a) KI I θ θ 3θ σy = √ sin cos cos + terms containing r0 , r1/2 , r1 , r3/2 , . . 22b) + terms containing r0 , r1/2 , r1 , r3/2 , . . 23) τxz = τyz = 0 u= KI I 8µ v=− KI I 8µ 2r θ 3θ + terms containing r, r3/2 , . . 24a) 2r θ 3θ + terms containing r, r3/2 , . . 5 Three modes of loading of crack. (a) Mode I, (b) Mode II and (c) Mode III.

For more data, readers may look into references by Hudson and his associates (1978, 1982, 1989, 1991). 1 For the C-frame (Fig. 19), calculate the safe load when a = 5 mm, depth h of section AB = 40 mm, and L = 150 mm. Thickness B of the section is 25 mm. √ Given K IC = 59 MPa m, σY = 1500 MPa. 19 C-frame. Solution SIFs due to direct load P and bending moment M can be calculated using the following relations, respectively. 1 (Figs. 39α4 . 221. 87 mm. σY2 Since the frame thickness B >> BC , the design equation is given by K I = K IC .

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