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Elastic Compliance and Stress Intensity Factor Solutions for Compact Specimen Geometries

Report Number: AFWAL TR 82-4199
Author(s): V. Papaspyropoulos; J. Ahmad
Corporate Author: Battelle Columbus Laboratories
Date of Publication: 1983-02-01
Pages: 13
AD Number: ADA129560

Two-dimensional linear elastic finite element analyses of several compact tension test specimen geometries were performed. Eight noded isoparametric and singular stress triangular quarter-point elements were used. The results include stress intensity factors and compliance at selected locations as functions of crack length.

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