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plane strain

[′plān ‚strān]
(mechanics)
A deformation of a body in which the displacements of all points in the body are parallel to a given plane, and the values of these displacements do not depend on the distance perpendicular to the plane.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Though more parameters used for quantifying the effect of crack in structural component plane strain fracture toughness is the frequently used one.
More recently, several numerical studies have also been carried out for circular tunnels, mainly confined to 2D plane strain analysis, to evaluate the dynamic response of underground structures subject to earthquakes (Hishashi, 2001 & 2005; Barla, 2008; Len et al.
where E' = E for plane stress condition and E' = E/(1 - [v.sup.2]) for plane strain condition, with ] representing the Poisson ratio.
(i) The borehole is drilled in an infinite geological body, so the problem can be regarded as a plane strain problem
2) were defined according to the guidelines of ASTM D5045-14 standard in order to satisfy the plane strain regime criterion.
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The analysis is performed under plane strain condition.
[15] developed a 2D micromechanistic model which considered intergranular cracks and intragranular cracks to predict the response of graphite under temperature changes and irradiation, and this model was appropriate for generalized plane strain condition.
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Allowing more rigorous treatment of pile surrounding soil, Novak [12] developed the plane strain model assuming an elastic soil layer consisting of independent infinitesimally thin horizontal layers extending to infinity.