stress intensity

stress intensity

[′stres in‚ten·səd·ē]
(mechanics)
Stress at a point in a structure due to pressure resulting from combined tension (positive) stresses and compression (negative) stresses.
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Not only would a fracture mechanics approach help optimize structural design, but unnecessary weld repair operations could be avoided if it is determined that stress intensity factors of an existing crack would never get to their critical values.
For experimental testing of resistance to cyclic loading and dependencies of stress intensity factor range [DELTA]K vs.
In structural applications, combined standard loading conditions often involve simultaneously the stress intensity factors [K.
The stress intensity factor reached critical fracture toughness was failed eventually under ideal operating condition of shaft.
Niu and Glinka [12] investigated the effect of weld geometry on the stress intensity factor solutions for welded T-butt joints under a variety of loading conditions.
The advanced view should plot relative stress intensity distribution in the component pins, balls or leads, resulting from the simultaneous six axes of random vibration during vibration or linear static acceleration stress analysis.
In the end, the fields of stress intensity were obtained, which describe the development of shear strains in biomechanical composite structures.
The analysis in the design of strength failure criterion, strength evaluation to design stress intensity based on different stress according to different size and area of the kettle body deformation effect and influence, has different criteria.
Abstract: This paper presents the experimental results in investigating the effect of specimen size (ratio of beam width to aggregate size) on the value of stress intensity factor ([K.
Tezcan, "Strain gage methods for measurement of opening mode stress intensity factor," Eng.
3] modified the equation to measure Mode I stress intensity factor of the interlayer of a compact sandwich specimen put forward by Suo and Hutchinson [4].

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