2011
DOI: 10.1016/j.engfracmech.2011.08.009
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Assessment of notched structural components using Failure Assessment Diagrams and the Theory of Critical Distances

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“…In [7], the Creager-Paris distribution and FE results are compared, providing reasonably similar predictions of the stress field on the notch tip. Considering both the condition defining the PM (equation (3)) and the definition of the critical distance L (equation (2)), and establishing that failure takes place when K I is equal to K N c , equation (6) may be easily obtained [8]:…”
Section: Introdution: Notch Effect the Theory Of Critical Distances mentioning
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“…In [7], the Creager-Paris distribution and FE results are compared, providing reasonably similar predictions of the stress field on the notch tip. Considering both the condition defining the PM (equation (3)) and the definition of the critical distance L (equation (2)), and establishing that failure takes place when K I is equal to K N c , equation (6) may be easily obtained [8]:…”
Section: Introdution: Notch Effect the Theory Of Critical Distances mentioning
confidence: 88%
“…An analogous approach would be obtained if the notch correction were applied on the FAL expression (equation (10)), with totally equivalent results [7].…”
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