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(PDF) A Better Estimation of Plastic Zone Size at the Data for one heat of AISI 316 austenitic stainless steel at 20°C and 550°C showed that, if crack closure is taken into account, the cyclic plastic zone size is the most suitable correlating
Dugdale D S 1960 Yielding of steel plates containing slits. J. Mech. Phys. (0·06%C) steel sheets with CT specimens and using load-drop as a fracture criterion. Critical CTOD was
Application of a Cohesive Zone Model for Simulating A cyclic cohesive zone model is applied to characterize the fatigue crack growth behavior of a IN718 superalloy which is frequently used in aerospace components. In order to improve the limitation of fracture mechanics-based models, besides the predictions of the moderate fatigue crack growth rates at the Paris regime and the high fatigue crack growth rates at the high stress intensity
Author's personal copy - University of AkronIn 1960, Dugdale proposed a model to analyze yielding of steel sheets containing slits, in which the stress at the crack tip should not be in nite, thus the coef cient of the singular term must vanish. The strip yielding zone size was also determined from the non-singularity condition. Up to now, Dugdale model has been receiving intensive
Yielding of Steel Sheets Containing Slits. Journal of Mechanics and Physics of Solids (Vol. 8), pp. 100-104. F.J. Giessler, S.J. Duell, and R.F. Cook. (1981, February). Handbook of Guidelines for the Development of Design Usage and Environmental Sequences for United States Air Force Aircraft. AFWAL-TR-80-3156.
Effect of Cohesive Law Parameters on Instability of  Dugdale, D.S. Yielding of steel sheets containing slits, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, Vol 8, page 100-104 (1960).  Suo, Z., Bao, G., and Fan, B., Delamination R-curve phenomena due to damage, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, Vol 40, page 1-16 (1992).
Intro to Fracture Mechanics Engineering LibraryDugdale, D. S. (1962) Yielding in steel sheets containing slits, Journal of Mechanics and Physics of Solids, Vol. 8, 100-104. Elber, W. (1971) The significance of fatigue crack closure, in Damage Tolerance in Aircraft Structures , American Society for Testing Materials, Philadelphia, USA,
Jan 01, 1984 · Dugdale, D. S., Yielding of steel sheets containing slits, J. Mech. Phys. Sol., 8 (1960), pp. 100--4. APPENDIX Stress intensity factor for a surface crack in a plate The stress intensity factor for a surface crack in a plate under tension, after Newman and Raju,6 is given as Kr = aox/ na .
Numerical Determination of Crack Opening and Closure Fatigue Crack Propagation in Light Alloy Sheet Material and StructuresRandom Fatigue CrackGrowth with Retardation; Eng Yielding of Steel Sheets Containing Slits 861-878 J Schijve
THE MOST CITED SCIENTIFIC PAPERS IN SOLID AND DUGDALE DS, Yielding of steel sheets containing slits. JOURNAL OF THE MECHANICS AND PHYSICS OF SOLIDS 8 (2):100-104, 1960. Times Cited:1746; BIOT MA, Theory of propagation of elastic waves in a fluid-saturated porous solid. 1. Low-frequency range.
The hypothesis of a critical crack opening displacement to fracture has been examined experimentally using mild steel specimens of vastly differing dimensions. Subsidiary experiments have been carried out to define the factors responsible for the apparent effect of absolute size on the results.D. S. Dugdale, Yielding of Steel Sheets Containing Slits D. S. Dugdale, Yielding of Steel Sheets Containing Slits, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1960, pp. 100-104. - References - Scientific Research Publishing.