## Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering MaterialsUpdated to reflect recent developments in our understanding of deformation and fracture processes in structural materials. This completely revised reference includes new sections on isostress analysis, modulus of rupture, creep fracture micromechanicsms, and many more. |

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E Critical temperature difference for crack instability - - -

from unstable crack with lo < lm The 100 at " . - - - Critical temperature difference

AT ( na ? E / 2y ) 2 27 10 - 2 lo 10 - 1 1 lp lm lm

E Critical temperature difference for crack instability - - -

**Crack length**resultingfrom unstable crack with lo < lm The 100 at " . - - - Critical temperature difference

AT ( na ? E / 2y ) 2 27 10 - 2 lo 10 - 1 1 lp lm lm

**Crack length**( l ) FIGURE 7 .Page 355

rising load conditions , it is possible for the material to experience slow stable

crack extension prior to failure , which makes it difficult to determine the maximum

stressintensity level at failure because the final

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rising load conditions , it is possible for the material to experience slow stable

crack extension prior to failure , which makes it difficult to determine the maximum

stressintensity level at failure because the final

**crack length**is uncertain . During...

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16 Growth of small cracks . ( a ) From hole with diameter 2r in infinitely wide plate

under stress o . ( b ) Edge crack in semi - infinite plate with remote stress equal to

ko . different ways . At one extreme , when the

16 Growth of small cracks . ( a ) From hole with diameter 2r in infinitely wide plate

under stress o . ( b ) Edge crack in semi - infinite plate with remote stress equal to

ko . different ways . At one extreme , when the

**crack length**l is small compared ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

CHAPTER 2 | 50 |

ELEMENTS OF DISLOCATION THEORY | 57 |

CHAPTER 13 | 62 |

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