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Titel: Fracture Kinetics of Crack Growth
Autor/en: A. S. Krausz
Autor/en: A. S. Krausz
'Mechanical Behavior of Materials'.
SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
30. September 1988 - gebunden - 196 Seiten
Over the past few years, we have made numerous presentations, delivered several series of lectures, and participated in many discussions on the processes of time-dependent crack growth. We felt that the understanding of these processes had reached a degree of maturity: the basic physical principles were established and their application to engineering practice was now feasible. We concluded that the best way to organize this knowledge was to write it up in a single, coherent system. Martinus Nijhoff kindly encouraged us and generously offered their collaboration. Hence, this book. The physical process of time-dependent subcritical crack growth is rigorously defined by statistical mechanics. If well presented, the principles can be readily understood by practitioners of fracture research and design engineers. We present the physical processes of crack growth in terms of atomic interactions that assume only a working knowledge of the standard engineering materials course contents. From this, we develop a framework that is valid for any type of material, be it metallic, polymeric, ceramic, glass or mineral - indeed, any solid. We also assume an elementary exposure to fracture mechanics. An appendix is provided that outlines those aspects of fracture mechanics that are needed for an introduction to fracture kinetics analyses; it also provides a common ground for concepts and terminology (see Appendix A). We proceed through theory to applications that are of interest in research, development and design, as well as in test and operating engineering practice.
1 The physical background of time- and temperature-dependent crack growth.
- 1.1 The Griffith theory.
- 1.2 Review of the physical processes.
- 1.3 Rate theory.
- 1.4 Comments and summary.- 2 Deterministic fracture kinetics theory and constitutive laws.
- 1. Deterministic fracture kinetics theory.
- 2.1 The energy-barrier model of fracture kinetics.
- 2.2 The principles of the kinetics analysis.
- 2.3 Comments and summary.
- 2. Deterministic constitutive laws.
- 2.4 Environment-assisted cracking.
- 2.5 Creep crack growth.
- 2.6 Corrosion fatigue.
- 2.7 The revised Griffith theory.
- 2.8 Internal stress field and microstructural effects.
- 2.9 Lifetime analysis.
- 2.10 Comments and summary.- 3 Probabilistic fracture kinetics theory and constitutive laws.
- 1. Probabilistic fracture kinetics theory.
- 3.1 The theory of probabilistic fracture kinetics.
- 3.2 Comments and summary.
- 2. Probabilistic constitutive laws.
- 3.3 Applications of probabilistic kinetics.
- 3.4 The random walk concept of crack growth.
- 3.5 Stress corrosion cracking.
- 3.6 Corrosion fatigue.
- 3.7 Composite materials.
- 3.8 Comments and summary.
- A. Review of fracture mechanics.
- B. Review of rate theory.
- C. The kinetics of crack growth controlled by consecutive energy barriers.
- D. Supplement to Section 3.5.
`... is a valuable addition to the literature on fracture kinetics of crack growth and is recommended to both researchers and practicing engineers.'
Applied Mechanics Review, 43:11, 1990
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