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“…) denotes the Gamma function and ~( Hence, ~(tl) has the following form: The kernel of (33) is the same as that obtained by [9]. (1) is obtained.…”

confidence: 78%

“…) denotes the Gamma function and ~( Hence, ~(tl) has the following form: The kernel of (33) is the same as that obtained by [9]. (1) is obtained.…”

confidence: 78%

“…In terms of ¢i (i = 1,2) the stresses can be expressed as: 1,2), are governed by the (9) (lO) (11) (12)…”

confidence: 99%

“…A recent paper by Yum and Hong [15] uses the same method for the mixed mode fracture problem, where an inclined crack parallel to the fiber direction is considered. Satapathy and Parhi [17] determined stress and displacement fields for the case of a crack situated symmetrically and oriented normal to the edges of an orthotropic elastic strip by using a reduction to Fredholm integral equations. A similar study is provided by Gyekenyesi and Mendelson [16] for a rectangular orthotropic center-cracked plate.…”

confidence: 99%

“…Problems with Griffith cracks in orthotropic elastic materials were considered by Erdogan et al [7], Dhaliwal [6], Satpathy and Parhi [18], Piva and Viola [13], Cinar and Erdogan [3], Lowengrub and Srivastava [11], De and Patra [5], Kassir and Tse [9], and others. Analytical studies of crack interaction problems can be found in Sneddon and Lowengrub [19], Rose [14], Lam et al [10], Brencich and Carpinteri [1], Chudnovsky and Kachanov [2], Rubinstein [16], Horii and Nasser [8], and so forth.…”

confidence: 99%