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Mechanics of Creep Brittle Materials 1

Author: A C F Cocks; A R S Ponter
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1989.
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Failure of components which operate in the creep range can result either from the growth of a dominant crack or through the accumulation of 'damage' in the material. Conventional and nuclear power generating plant are generally designed on the basis of continuum failure, with assessment routes providing an indication of the effects of flaws on component performance. Another example where an understanding of creep  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Bibliographic data, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: A C F Cocks; A R S Ponter
ISBN: 9789400911178 9400911173 9789401069946 9401069948
OCLC Number: 840304396
Description: 1 online resource (310 pages)
Contents: 1. Crack Propagation in Creeping Bodies --
The brittle-to-ductile transition in silicon --
Stress redistribution effects on creep crack growth --
Contour integrals for creep crack growth analysis --
Modelling of creep crack growth --
Modelling creep-crack growth processes in ceramic materials --
On the growth of cracks by creep in the presence of residual stresses --
2. Deformation and Failure of Engineering Ceramics --
Creep deformation of engineering ceramics --
Statistical mapping and analysis of engineering ceramics data --
Indentation creep in zirconia ceramics between 290 K and 1073 K --
Ductile creep cracking in uranium dioxide --
Physical interpretation of creep and strain recovery of a glass ceramic near glass transition temperature --
3. Ice Mechanisms and Mechanics --
Ice loading on offshore structures: the influence of ice strength --
Ice forces on wide structures: field measurements at Tarsuit Island --
The double torsion test applied to fine grained freshwater columnar ice, and sea ice --
Ice and steel: a comparison of creep and failure --
A micromechanics based model for the creep of ice including the effects of general microcracking --
4. The Growth of Continuum Damage in Creeping Materials --
Continuum damage mechanics applied to multi-axial cyclic material behaviour --
Multiaxial stress rupture criteria for ferritic steels --
Segregation of impurities in a heat-affected and an intercritical zone in an operated 0.5Cr 0.5Mo 0.25V steel --
Effect of creep cavitation at sliding grain boundaries --
Creep fracture under remote shear.
Responsibility: edited by A.C.F. Cocks, A.R.S. Ponter.

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