3 edition of Crack problems for bonded nonhomogeneous materials under antiplane shear loading found in the catalog.
Crack problems for bonded nonhomogeneous materials under antiplane shear loading
|Statement||by F. Erdogan|
|Series||NASA-CR -- 173892, NASA contractor report -- 173892|
|Contributions||Lehigh University, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration|
|The Physical Object|
shaped, linearly elastic, homogeneous and isotropic body with a curved crack loaded in anti-plane shear. The crack must be modeled as an arc of a circle and wholly inside the solid-otherwise its position and orientation with respect to the boundary of the body is Size: 1MB. Li XF, Fan TY Dynamic analysis of a crack in a functionally graded material sandwiched between two elastic layers under antiplane loading, COMPOSITE STRUCTURES 79 (2) JULY [cited: (1) W. T. Ang and D. L. Clements, On some crack problems in inhomogeneous materials, International Journal of Solids Structures 23 () (2) D.
The conventional approach to through-life-support for aircraft structures can be divided into the following phases: (i) detection of defects, (ii) diagnosis of their nature and significance, (iii) forecasting future behaviour-prognosis, and (iv) pre scription and implementation of remedial measures including : Springer. This paper presents a literature review on fatigue in adhesively bonded joints and covers articles published in the Web of Science from until About cited articles are presented and reviewed. The paper is divided into several related topics such as fatigue strength and lifetime analysis, fatigue crack initiation, fatigue crack propagation, fatigue durability, variable fatigue Cited by:
Comments: 33 pages, 9 figures, to be published as a chapter of the book "Extending the Theory of Composites to Other Areas of Science", edited by G.W. Milton, and as a part of the PhD thesis "On bounding the response of linear viscoelastic composites in the time domain: The variational approach and the analytic method" by O. Mattei, Universit\`a degli Studi di Brescia. The Scattering of SH Wave on the Array of Periodic Cracks in a Piezoelectric Substrate Bonded a Half-Plane of Functionally Graded Materials (J Q Liu, X Li, S Z Dong, X Y Yao and C F Wang) Anti-Plane Problem of Two Collinear Cracks in a Functionally Graded Coating–Substrate Structure (S H Ding and X Li).
Analytical results for stream sediment and soil samples from the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Isla de Culebra, and Isla de Vieques
Factors related to exercise adherence in healthy adult women
Agricultural insect pestsof the tropics and their control
Oversight report on the Correctional Education School Authority
Fatigue life characterization of smooth and notched piping steel specimens in 288C̊ air environments
The last speeches of the two ministers Mr. John King, and Mr. John Kid, [brace]
The Gentlemans jockey and approved farrier
Branding @ the digital age
The mating of Lydia
Factors in the accessibility of government publications: a study based on land use planning publications for the city of Toronto.
Get this from a library. Crack problems for bonded nonhomogeneous materials under antiplane shear loading.
[F Erdogan; Lehigh University.; Langley Research Center.]. Get this from a library. Crack problems for bonded nonhomogeneous materials under antiplane shear loading.
[F Erdogan; Lehigh University.; United States. National Aeronautics and. ErdoganThe crack problem for bonded nonhomogeneous materials under antiplane shear loading J. Appl. Mech. Trans. ASME, 52 (4) (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: The crack problem for nonhomogneous materials under antiplane shear loading - A displacement based formulation Article in International Journal of Solids and Structures 38(17).
appl. Mech. 44, ().  R. Dhaliwal and B. Singh, Crack at the interface of two bonded similar or dissimilar nonhomogeneous half-spaces. Proc. l4th Annual Meeting, Soc. of Engng Sei., Lehigh University, p.  F.
Erdogan, The crack problem for bonded nonhomogeneous materials under antiplane shear by: 4. Schovanec, L. and Walton, J. R.,“On the Order of the Stress Singularity for an Antiplane Shear Crack at the Interface of Two Bonded Inhomogeneous Elastic Materials,”ASME Journal of Applied Mechanics, Vol.
55, pp. –Cited by: 9. Meanwhile, the problems of a crack at an arbitrary angle to the graded interfacial zone in bonded materials were considered under various loading conditions   , whereas the. In this paper, a crack in a strip of a viscoelastic functionally graded material is studied under antiplane shear conditions.
The shear relaxation function of the material is assumed as μ = μ 0 exp β y / h f t, where h is a length scale and f(t) is a nondimensional function of time t having either the form f t = μ ∞ / μ 0 + 1 − μ Cited by: In this paper, the problem of a periodic array of parallel cracks in a functionally graded medium is investigated based on the theory of plane elasticity for a nonhomogeneous continuum.
Both the in-plane normal (mode I) and shear (mode II) loading conditions are considered. It is assumed that the material nonhomogeneity is represented as the spatial Cited by: The plane elasticity solution is presented in this paper for the crack problem of a layered medium. A functionally graded interfacial region is assumed to exist as a distinct nonhomogeneous transitional layer with the exponentially varying elastic property between the dissimilar homogeneous surface layer and the by: ID The Curved Interfacial Crack Analysis between Foam and Composite Materials under Antiplane Shear Loading H.
Chun1 and S. Park2 1 School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineeri ng, Yonsei UniversityShinchon -dong, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul,Korea: [email protected] 2 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Yonsei University.
through the reading materials. Community service by offenders scotland act Dyskolos Develop and test fuel cell powered on site integrated total energy systems Comte de saint germain et ses ru00e9formes Payload missions integration progress report Crack problems for bonded nonhomogeneous materials under antiplane shear loading.
The objective of this paper was to explore the bond–slip relationship between carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) sheets and concrete under cyclic loading through experimental and analytical approaches.
Modified beam tests were performed in order to gain insight into the bond–slip relationship under static and cyclic loading. The test variables are the CFRP-to Cited by: 3. An integral transform technique is used to solve the elastodynamic problem of a crack of fixed length propagating at a constant speed at the interface of two bonded dissimilar orthotropic layers of equal thickness.
Two cases of practical importance are investigated. Firstly, the lateral boundaries of the layers are clamped and displaced in equal and opposite directions to Cited by: 1.
The crack problem for bonded nonhomogeneous materials under antiplane shear loading. ASME J. Appl. Mech. 52, – Citation Information: Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Vol IssueCited by: 8. Effectiveness of Two-Dimensional Versatile Program Based on Body Force Method and its Application to Crack Problems Dynamic Response of a Crack in a Functionally Graded Material under an Anti-Plane Shear Impact Load Dynamic Response of a Crack in a Functionally Graded Material under an Anti-Plane Shear Impact Load.
Article by: In-Plane Shear Loading 5 Tension Loading 7 Combined Loading 8 Example Calculations 9 Glass/Epoxy and Carbon/Epoxy Joint Under Gradient Loading 9 Validation by Finite Element Analysis 12 Elastic Limit Prediction for Combined Loading 14 4.
SOLUTION FOR FINITE CASE 18 Bonded Doubler 18File Size: KB. The conventional approach to through-life-support for aircraft structures can be divided into the following phases: (i) detection of defects, (ii) diagnosis of their nature and significance, (iii) forecasting future behaviour-prognosis, and (iv) pre scription and implementation of remedial measures including repairs.
Considerable scientific effort has been devoted to developing the. () Crack-Tip Stress Fields in FGMs under Anti-Plane Shear Impact Loading Using the Non-Local Theory.
Key Engineering Materials() Transient dynamic stress intensity factors around two rectangular cracks in a nonhomogeneous interfacial layer between two dissimilar elastic half-spaces under impact by: () Partial closure of a Griffith crack under a general loading. International Journal of Fracture() Thermal stress singularities at tips of a crack in a semi-infinite medium under uniform heat by:.
Functional gradient materials (FGMs) have tremendous potential due to their characteristic advantage of asymptotic continuous variation of their properties. When an FGM is used as a coating material, damage and failure of the interface with the substrate component can be effectively inhibited.
In order to study the dynamic crack propagation in FGM coatings, a new Cited by: 1.(a) For the hollow shaft and loading shown, determine the maximum shearing stress. (b) Determine the diameter of a solid shaft for which the maximum shearing stress in the loading shown is the same as in part a%(17).Bonded Plastic Lap-Shear Sandwich Joints in Shear by Tension Loading2 D Guide for Use of Adhesive-Bonded Single Lap-Joint Specimen Test Results2 E 4 Practices for Force Veriﬁcation of Testing Machines3 3.
Terminology Deﬁnitions—Many terms in this test method are deﬁned in Terminology D 4. Signiﬁcance and Use Due to File Size: 46KB.