## Fatigue of Engineering Plastics |

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3 ELEMENTS OF FATIGUE CRACK PROPAGATION ( FCP ) As was mentioned

in Section 3 . 1 , the kinetics of the fatigue crack propagation ( FCP ) process can

be examined by simply measuring the change in

3 ELEMENTS OF FATIGUE CRACK PROPAGATION ( FCP ) As was mentioned

in Section 3 . 1 , the kinetics of the fatigue crack propagation ( FCP ) process can

be examined by simply measuring the change in

**crack length**of a precracked ...Page 81

The fatigue crack growth rate per cycle da / dN is determined from such a curve at

any value of

specimen configurations , the crack growth rate increases with increasing crack ...

The fatigue crack growth rate per cycle da / dN is determined from such a curve at

any value of

**crack length**by graphical procedures or by computation . For mostspecimen configurations , the crack growth rate increases with increasing crack ...

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experience a cyclic stress of 3 MPa and contain an initial through - thickness

crack of length 2 . 5 cm , how ... 10 ) , it is first necessary to establish the limits of

integration by determining the critical

occurs .

experience a cyclic stress of 3 MPa and contain an initial through - thickness

crack of length 2 . 5 cm , how ... 10 ) , it is first necessary to establish the limits of

integration by determining the critical

**crack length**where unstable crackingoccurs .

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### Contents

Fatigue Crack Propagation | 74 |

Fatigue Fracture Micromechanisms in Engineering Plastics | 146 |

Composite Systems | 184 |

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