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    Title: Interface Cracks in a Layered Solid Subjected to Contact Stresses
    Authors: 劉昭華;Liu, Chao-hwa;Chen, I.-feng
    Contributors: 淡江大學機械與機電工程學系
    Keywords: Fracture (Materials);Stress;Shear (Mechanics);Boundary element methods;Compression;Tension
    Date: 1996-06
    Issue Date: 2010-03-26 20:00:12 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: New York: A S M E International
    Abstract: A boundary element technique has been developed to analyze interface cracks in a layered solid. The loading applied on the solid may be tension, compression, shear, or an arbitrary combination of these. Crack surfaces may be open, closed, or partially open and partially closed. In all these cases, energy release rates can always be determined by using this technique. Crack-tip conditions are determined by an iterative procedure so that they themselves are parts of the solutions of a problem. The numerical technique is utilized to analyze subsurface interface cracks in a layered solid. Results are shown for various materials and under various loading conditions.
    Relation: Journal of Applied Mechanics 63(2), p.271-277
    DOI: 10.1115/1.2788860
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Mechanical and Electro-Mechanical Engineering] Journal Article

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