Standard: WRC BUL 130
ADVANCES IN FRACTURE TOUGHNESS CHARACTERIZATION PROCEDURES AND IN QUANTITATIVE INTERPRETATIONS TO FRACTURE-SAFE DESIGN FOR STRUCTURAL STEELS
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The state of knowledge of fracture-safe design for steels is examined in relation to the requirements for achieving practical solutions to general engineering problems. Analytical procedures evolved from fracture mechanics theory are demonstrated to provide for quantitative interpretations of engineering fracture toughness tests. It is thus possible to couple the procedural simplicity which is inherent to engineering tests with the analytical advantages of fracture mechanics theory. The coupling of these two approaches provides for practical advances in fracture-safe design which cover the totality of general engineering problems and requirements.
|Organization:||Welding Research Council|
|Document Number:||wrc bul 130|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|