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Stress concentration at notches, Mykhaylo P. Savruk, Andrzej Kazberuk
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 This book compiles solutions of linear theory of elasticity problems for isotropic and anisotropic bodies with sharp and rounded notches. It contains an overview of established and recent achievements, and presents the authors? original solutions in the field considered with extensive discussion. The volume demonstrates through numerous, useful examples the effectiveness of singular integral equations for obtaining exact solutions of boundary problems of the theory of elasticity for bodies with cracks and notches. Incorporating analytical and numerical solutions of the problems of stress concentrations in solid bodies with cracklike defects, this volume is ideal for scientists and PhD students dealing with the problems of theory of elasticity and fracture mechanics. Stands as a modern and extensive compendium of solutions to the problems of linear theory of elasticity of isotropic and anisotropic bodies with sharp and rounded notches; Adopts a highly readerfriendly layout of tables, charts, approximation formulas suitable for use in research and engineering practice; Presents stress concentration factors calculated for blunt notches as well as smooth transition to the stress intensity factors for sharp notches; Includes a comprehensive survey of established and recent achievements in the field
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource
 Contents

 Preface; Contents; Acronyms; 1 Method of Singular Integral Equations in Application to Problems of the Theory of Elasticity; 1.1 Basic Relationships of the Plane Theory of Elasticity; 1.1.1 Basic Equations; 1.1.2 Complex Representation of General Solution for Equations of Plane Theory of Elasticity; 1.2 System of Curvilinear Cracks in Elastic Plane; 1.2.1 Selected Information Concerning the Theory of Analytical Functions; 1.2.2 Single Curvilinear Crack; 1.2.3 System of Curvilinear Cracks; 1.3 System of Curvilinear Holes and Cracks in Elastic Body; 1.3.1 Multiply Connected Region with Holes
 1.3.2 Multiply Connected Region with Holes and Cracks1.4 Numerical Solution of Singular Integral Equations; 1.4.1 Quadrature Formulas; 1.4.2 Integral Equation on an Open Contour; 1.4.3 Integral Equation on a Closed Contour; References; 2 Stress Distribution in Elastic Plane with a Semiinfinite Notch; 2.1 Methods for Stress Analysis in Notched Bodies; 2.2 Eigensolutions of Elasticity Theory Plane Problem for Wedge; 2.2.1 Characteristic Equations; 2.2.2 Stress Intensity Factors in VNotch Tip; 2.2.3 Constructing General Solution Using Eigenfunctions
 2.3 Semiinfinite Curvilinear Notches in Elastic Plane2.3.1 Parabolic Notch; 2.3.2 Hyperbolic Notch; 2.3.3 Curvilinear Notch of Special Shape; 2.4 Rounded VNotch Under Symmetrical Loading; 2.4.1 Problem Definition and Reduction to Singular Integral Equation; 2.4.2 Symmetrical Stress Distribution in Plane with Rounded VNotch; 2.5 Rounded VNotch Under Mixed Loading; 2.5.1 Antisymmetric Stress Distribution; 2.5.2 ComplexStressed State; References; 3 Elastic Plane with Semiinfinite Notch and Cracks; 3.1 Elastic Wedge with Edge Crack at Notch Tip
 3.1.1 Solutions Obtained Using Wiener  Hopf Method3.1.2 Approximate ClosedForm Solution for Symmetrical Loading; 3.2 Edge Crack System in Semiinfinite Rounded VNotch Tip; 3.2.1 Reduction of Problem to Singular Integral Equations; 3.2.2 Numerical Solution of Singular Integral Equations; 3.3 Symmetrical Edge Crack in Rounded VNotch Tip; 3.4 Two Symmetrical Edge Cracks in Rounded VNotch Tip; References; 4 Deformation Fracture Criterion for Bodies with Notches; 4.1 Fracture Criteria for Notched Solid Bodies; 4.2 Model of Plasticity Bands in Fracture Mechanics; 4.2.1 Plane Stress State
 4.2.2 Plane Strain State4.3 Infinite Wedge with Plasticity Bands; 4.3.1 Plane Stress State; 4.3.2 Plane Strain State; 4.4 Plasticity Band Near Rounded VNotch; 4.5 Two Plasticity Bands Near Rounded VNotch; References; 5 Stress Concentration Near Hole in Elastic Plane; 5.1 Elliptical Hole; 5.1.1 Stress Concentration Near Elliptical Hole; 5.1.2 Limit Transition to Parabolic Notch; 5.1.3 Stress Distribution Around Notch Tip; 5.2 Oval Hole; 5.2.1 Stress Concentration Near Narrow Slot; 5.2.2 Stress Concentration Near Oval Hole; 5.2.3 Limit Transition to TwoTip LensLike Hole; 5.3 Rhombic Hole
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 9783319445540
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 Stress concentration at notches
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 Stress concentration at notches
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 Mykhaylo P. Savruk, Andrzej Kazberuk
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This book compiles solutions of linear theory of elasticity problems for isotropic and anisotropic bodies with sharp and rounded notches. It contains an overview of established and recent achievements, and presents the authors? original solutions in the field considered with extensive discussion. The volume demonstrates through numerous, useful examples the effectiveness of singular integral equations for obtaining exact solutions of boundary problems of the theory of elasticity for bodies with cracks and notches. Incorporating analytical and numerical solutions of the problems of stress concentrations in solid bodies with cracklike defects, this volume is ideal for scientists and PhD students dealing with the problems of theory of elasticity and fracture mechanics. Stands as a modern and extensive compendium of solutions to the problems of linear theory of elasticity of isotropic and anisotropic bodies with sharp and rounded notches; Adopts a highly readerfriendly layout of tables, charts, approximation formulas suitable for use in research and engineering practice; Presents stress concentration factors calculated for blunt notches as well as smooth transition to the stress intensity factors for sharp notches; Includes a comprehensive survey of established and recent achievements in the field
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 Savruk, Mykhaylo P
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 620.1126
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 no index present
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 TA409
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 non fiction
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 Fracture mechanics
 Stress concentration
 Integral equations
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 Stress concentration at notches, Mykhaylo P. Savruk, Andrzej Kazberuk
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 Preface; Contents; Acronyms; 1 Method of Singular Integral Equations in Application to Problems of the Theory of Elasticity; 1.1 Basic Relationships of the Plane Theory of Elasticity; 1.1.1 Basic Equations; 1.1.2 Complex Representation of General Solution for Equations of Plane Theory of Elasticity; 1.2 System of Curvilinear Cracks in Elastic Plane; 1.2.1 Selected Information Concerning the Theory of Analytical Functions; 1.2.2 Single Curvilinear Crack; 1.2.3 System of Curvilinear Cracks; 1.3 System of Curvilinear Holes and Cracks in Elastic Body; 1.3.1 Multiply Connected Region with Holes
 1.3.2 Multiply Connected Region with Holes and Cracks1.4 Numerical Solution of Singular Integral Equations; 1.4.1 Quadrature Formulas; 1.4.2 Integral Equation on an Open Contour; 1.4.3 Integral Equation on a Closed Contour; References; 2 Stress Distribution in Elastic Plane with a Semiinfinite Notch; 2.1 Methods for Stress Analysis in Notched Bodies; 2.2 Eigensolutions of Elasticity Theory Plane Problem for Wedge; 2.2.1 Characteristic Equations; 2.2.2 Stress Intensity Factors in VNotch Tip; 2.2.3 Constructing General Solution Using Eigenfunctions
 2.3 Semiinfinite Curvilinear Notches in Elastic Plane2.3.1 Parabolic Notch; 2.3.2 Hyperbolic Notch; 2.3.3 Curvilinear Notch of Special Shape; 2.4 Rounded VNotch Under Symmetrical Loading; 2.4.1 Problem Definition and Reduction to Singular Integral Equation; 2.4.2 Symmetrical Stress Distribution in Plane with Rounded VNotch; 2.5 Rounded VNotch Under Mixed Loading; 2.5.1 Antisymmetric Stress Distribution; 2.5.2 ComplexStressed State; References; 3 Elastic Plane with Semiinfinite Notch and Cracks; 3.1 Elastic Wedge with Edge Crack at Notch Tip
 3.1.1 Solutions Obtained Using Wiener  Hopf Method3.1.2 Approximate ClosedForm Solution for Symmetrical Loading; 3.2 Edge Crack System in Semiinfinite Rounded VNotch Tip; 3.2.1 Reduction of Problem to Singular Integral Equations; 3.2.2 Numerical Solution of Singular Integral Equations; 3.3 Symmetrical Edge Crack in Rounded VNotch Tip; 3.4 Two Symmetrical Edge Cracks in Rounded VNotch Tip; References; 4 Deformation Fracture Criterion for Bodies with Notches; 4.1 Fracture Criteria for Notched Solid Bodies; 4.2 Model of Plasticity Bands in Fracture Mechanics; 4.2.1 Plane Stress State
 4.2.2 Plane Strain State4.3 Infinite Wedge with Plasticity Bands; 4.3.1 Plane Stress State; 4.3.2 Plane Strain State; 4.4 Plasticity Band Near Rounded VNotch; 4.5 Two Plasticity Bands Near Rounded VNotch; References; 5 Stress Concentration Near Hole in Elastic Plane; 5.1 Elliptical Hole; 5.1.1 Stress Concentration Near Elliptical Hole; 5.1.2 Limit Transition to Parabolic Notch; 5.1.3 Stress Distribution Around Notch Tip; 5.2 Oval Hole; 5.2.1 Stress Concentration Near Narrow Slot; 5.2.2 Stress Concentration Near Oval Hole; 5.2.3 Limit Transition to TwoTip LensLike Hole; 5.3 Rhombic Hole
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 Label
 Stress concentration at notches, Mykhaylo P. Savruk, Andrzej Kazberuk
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 unknown
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references
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 online resource
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 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Color
 multicolored
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Preface; Contents; Acronyms; 1 Method of Singular Integral Equations in Application to Problems of the Theory of Elasticity; 1.1 Basic Relationships of the Plane Theory of Elasticity; 1.1.1 Basic Equations; 1.1.2 Complex Representation of General Solution for Equations of Plane Theory of Elasticity; 1.2 System of Curvilinear Cracks in Elastic Plane; 1.2.1 Selected Information Concerning the Theory of Analytical Functions; 1.2.2 Single Curvilinear Crack; 1.2.3 System of Curvilinear Cracks; 1.3 System of Curvilinear Holes and Cracks in Elastic Body; 1.3.1 Multiply Connected Region with Holes
 1.3.2 Multiply Connected Region with Holes and Cracks1.4 Numerical Solution of Singular Integral Equations; 1.4.1 Quadrature Formulas; 1.4.2 Integral Equation on an Open Contour; 1.4.3 Integral Equation on a Closed Contour; References; 2 Stress Distribution in Elastic Plane with a Semiinfinite Notch; 2.1 Methods for Stress Analysis in Notched Bodies; 2.2 Eigensolutions of Elasticity Theory Plane Problem for Wedge; 2.2.1 Characteristic Equations; 2.2.2 Stress Intensity Factors in VNotch Tip; 2.2.3 Constructing General Solution Using Eigenfunctions
 2.3 Semiinfinite Curvilinear Notches in Elastic Plane2.3.1 Parabolic Notch; 2.3.2 Hyperbolic Notch; 2.3.3 Curvilinear Notch of Special Shape; 2.4 Rounded VNotch Under Symmetrical Loading; 2.4.1 Problem Definition and Reduction to Singular Integral Equation; 2.4.2 Symmetrical Stress Distribution in Plane with Rounded VNotch; 2.5 Rounded VNotch Under Mixed Loading; 2.5.1 Antisymmetric Stress Distribution; 2.5.2 ComplexStressed State; References; 3 Elastic Plane with Semiinfinite Notch and Cracks; 3.1 Elastic Wedge with Edge Crack at Notch Tip
 3.1.1 Solutions Obtained Using Wiener  Hopf Method3.1.2 Approximate ClosedForm Solution for Symmetrical Loading; 3.2 Edge Crack System in Semiinfinite Rounded VNotch Tip; 3.2.1 Reduction of Problem to Singular Integral Equations; 3.2.2 Numerical Solution of Singular Integral Equations; 3.3 Symmetrical Edge Crack in Rounded VNotch Tip; 3.4 Two Symmetrical Edge Cracks in Rounded VNotch Tip; References; 4 Deformation Fracture Criterion for Bodies with Notches; 4.1 Fracture Criteria for Notched Solid Bodies; 4.2 Model of Plasticity Bands in Fracture Mechanics; 4.2.1 Plane Stress State
 4.2.2 Plane Strain State4.3 Infinite Wedge with Plasticity Bands; 4.3.1 Plane Stress State; 4.3.2 Plane Strain State; 4.4 Plasticity Band Near Rounded VNotch; 4.5 Two Plasticity Bands Near Rounded VNotch; References; 5 Stress Concentration Near Hole in Elastic Plane; 5.1 Elliptical Hole; 5.1.1 Stress Concentration Near Elliptical Hole; 5.1.2 Limit Transition to Parabolic Notch; 5.1.3 Stress Distribution Around Notch Tip; 5.2 Oval Hole; 5.2.1 Stress Concentration Near Narrow Slot; 5.2.2 Stress Concentration Near Oval Hole; 5.2.3 Limit Transition to TwoTip LensLike Hole; 5.3 Rhombic Hole
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 1 online resource
 File format
 unknown
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9783319445540
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 unknown
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 Quality assurance targets
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 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 ocn959618113
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