Effect Range of the Material Constraint-II. Interface Crack
AbstractThe selection of fracture behaviors used in the structure integrity assessment has significant implications on the accuracy of the assessment. The effect range of the material constraint is an important factor which effects the fracture behaviors of structures and exists in the different kinds of welded joints with the center crack. However, for the material constraint induced by an interface crack, which also appears widely in the welded joints, it is not clear whether the effect range exists or not. The further study of the effect range of the material constraint for the welded joints with interface crack is meaningful. Thus, in this study, different basic models with interface crack were designed, the fracture behaviors of these basic models under different material constraints were calculated, and the effect range of the material constraint induced by interface crack were studied. This study about the interface crack and the previous study about the center crack provide an additional basis for an accurate structure integrity assessment. View Full-Text
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Dai, Y.; Yang, J.; Wang, L. Effect Range of the Material Constraint-II. Interface Crack. Metals 2019, 9, 696.
Dai Y, Yang J, Wang L. Effect Range of the Material Constraint-II. Interface Crack. Metals. 2019; 9(6):696.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dai, Yue; Yang, Jie; Wang, Lei. 2019. "Effect Range of the Material Constraint-II. Interface Crack." Metals 9, no. 6: 696.
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