## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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Other, less accurate analyses employing a shear lag approach were used in the

past to characterize the stress distribution in front of cracks in

elastic and plastic matrixes. For elastic matrixes Hedgepeth (1961) and

Hedgepeth ...

Other, less accurate analyses employing a shear lag approach were used in the

past to characterize the stress distribution in front of cracks in

**laminates**withelastic and plastic matrixes. For elastic matrixes Hedgepeth (1961) and

Hedgepeth ...

Page 87

Schematic representation of a uniaxial

probability that a link or a strip of length 5 breaks when the applied stress is equal

to or less than a, then it follows directly that the probability G(a) for the failure ...

Schematic representation of a uniaxial

**laminate**as a chain of n links in series. theprobability that a link or a strip of length 5 breaks when the applied stress is equal

to or less than a, then it follows directly that the probability G(a) for the failure ...

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E. Size Effect in Tensile Fracture of

parallel layers of reinforcement coupled by interfacial tractions characteristic of

the behavior of the matrix, and given implicitly by Eq. (12) will, in general, depend

...

E. Size Effect in Tensile Fracture of

**Laminates**The strength of the**laminate**of Nparallel layers of reinforcement coupled by interfacial tractions characteristic of

the behavior of the matrix, and given implicitly by Eq. (12) will, in general, depend

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