## 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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It may be shown5 that under fixed load conditions (8- 16b)

conditions, the elastic energy release rate is the same (only the sign is reversed),

reflecting the fact that 9 is independent of the type of load application (e.g., fixed

grip, ...

It may be shown5 that under fixed load conditions (8- 16b)

**Note**that in bothconditions, the elastic energy release rate is the same (only the sign is reversed),

reflecting the fact that 9 is independent of the type of load application (e.g., fixed

grip, ...

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When the applied stress a <i ays, Eq. 8-47 reduces to By rearranging Eq. 8-48 in

the form of D(K/ays)2, it is encouraging to

between Eqs. 8-48 and 8-40 (i.e., D = ir/8 1/ir). (

...

When the applied stress a <i ays, Eq. 8-47 reduces to By rearranging Eq. 8-48 in

the form of D(K/ays)2, it is encouraging to

**note**the reasonably good agreementbetween Eqs. 8-48 and 8-40 (i.e., D = ir/8 1/ir). (

**Note**that 2 ry is used in Eq. 8-40...

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regime. Symbols correspond to different grain sizes: □, 5 um; A, 13 jim; O, 50 |im.

H We see from the above discussion that, when a approaches zero, irAoio, where

...

**Note**good correlation at high AKJf levels but considerable scatter exists in theregime. Symbols correspond to different grain sizes: □, 5 um; A, 13 jim; O, 50 |im.

H We see from the above discussion that, when a approaches zero, irAoio, where

...

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