Published October 1979
by Mcgraw-Hill College .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||935|
The book is a self-contained manual on the mechanics aspects of the theory of brittle fracture and fatigue. It includes a guided introduction to the linear theory of elasticity with pivotal results for the circular hole, the elliptical hole and the wedge leading up to the general problem of bodies containing by: Under the low-temperature and pressure conditions of Earth’s upper lithosphere, silicate rock responds to large strains by brittle fracture. The mechanism of brittle behavior is by the propagation of cracks, which may occur on all scales. We begin by studying this form of deformation, which is fundamental to the topics that follow. Engineering Applications of Fracture Mechanics. Mechanical damage and crack growth in concrete Plastic collapse to brittle fracture. Authors: Carpinteri, Alberto Editors: Editor-in-chief: Sih, George C. Free Preview. Buy this book eBook ,39 € price for Spain (gross)Brand: Springer Netherlands. Book Description. Originally published in , this advanced text for higher degree materials science students and researchers concerned with the strength of highly brittle covalent-ionic solids, principally ceramics, has been thoroughly revised and by:
The underlying theme of the book is the fundamental Griffith energy-balance concept of crack propagation. The early chapters develop fracture mechanics from the traditional continuum perspective, with attention to linear and nonlinear crack Cited by: The ArcGIS Book: 10 Big Ideas about Applying The Science of Where (The ArcGIS Books) Julie A. Bannantine. out of 5 stars 7. Paperback. $ # Fracture of Brittle Solids 2ed (Cambridge Solid State Science Series) Lawn. out of 5 stars 1. Paperback. $ # Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials. Animated publication. Fundamental of Fracture Ted L. Anderson, Ph.D., P.E., ASME Fellow, is an internationally recognized expert in fracture mechanics and fitness-for-service is the author of a best-selling book on fracture mechanics, which has been adopted as a required text .
The classic is Lawn's: Fracture of Brittle Solids (Cambridge Solid State Science Series): Brian Lawn: : Books Alan Zehnder's book was a good read. At some university, you probably can access a PDF version from Springer. Brittle fracture occurs by propagation of cleavage cracks, with little energy expenditure and plastic deformation at the crack tip (Fig. 3(a)). At higher temperatures, ductile fracture occurs by growth and coalescence of microvoids, requiring significant plastic deformation and large energy expenditure (Fig. 3(b)). Introduction to Fracture Mechanics David Roylance Department of Materials Science and Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA J Introduction ,Brittle Behavior of Engineering Structures, JohnWiley&Sons, The book covers such topics as: Basic principles of fracture mechanics underlying brittle material tests and analysis procedures. Theory and mechanisms of environmentally enhanced crack growth. Fracture mechanics tests to determine a material's resistance to fast fracture.