## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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**fracture**process in strongly coupled composites in another way as well . By a linear**fracture**mechanics approach , it can be expected that for any level of applied stress a**fracture**instability is possible if ...Page 89

number r of adjacent

number r of adjacent

**fractured**elements , but do not depend on the scale factor C of the flaw distribution . ... The calculation of the probability F ( b ) of**fracture**in a strip of N parallel reinforcing elements of length s requires ...Page 110

of the strength maximum , the length of the critical crack for

of the strength maximum , the length of the critical crack for

**fracture**instability decreases with increasing exponent m ( decreasing element variability ) . This increase is partly due to the rise in the composite strength with ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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