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J and CTOD estimation equations for shallow cracks in single edge notch bend specimens

M. T. Kirk

J and CTOD estimation equations for shallow cracks in single edge notch bend specimens

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Published by Division of Engineering, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. [distributor in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fracture mechanics -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by M.T. Kirk, R.H. Dodds, Jr.
    ContributionsDodds, R. H., U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Engineering., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dept. of Civil Engineering., Naval Surface Warfare Center (U.S.). Annapolis Detachment.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvii, 18 p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14690764M

    On page T-4 of SCI P [1], Table G.1 Note 4 states that for double notched beams, the remaining depth of web is taken as the end plate is misleading and provides no information on single notched beams. This AD explains what notch dimensions were assumed and how the quoted shear resistances were calculated for single and double notched beams. The results show that for brittle materials a stress concentration at or near the notch tip will cause the specimens to fail in the original configuration. A modified version of the test has been developed, which involves the enlargement of the notch angle and the rotation of the beam so that it is loaded with the notches lying in the direction Cited by: 5. 3/16 in to in QW, QW for single pass or multipass welding in which any pass is greater than ½ in (13mm) thick, an increase in base metal thickness beyond times that of the qualification test coupon. Since a single pass weld is made that is greater than ½" . Experimental Investigation on the Effect of Specimen Size in Determining Fracture Parameters of Concrete This paper presents the experimental results in investigating the effect of specimen size (ratio of beam width to aggregate size) on the value of stress intensity factor (KIC) and fracture energy (GF) using three-point bend (TPB).Cited by: 3.

      This paper describes an original imaging technique, named Locadiff, that benefits from the diffuse effect of ultrasound waves in concrete to detect and locate mechanical changes associated with the opening of pre-existing cracks, and/or to the development of diffuse damage at the tip of the crack. After giving a brief overview of the theoretical model to describe the decorrelation of diffuse Cited by:


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Vol Issue 4 J and CTOD Estimation Equations for Shallow Cracks in Single Edge Notch Bend Specimens (Received 3 April ; accepted 8 January ) Cited by: @article{osti_, title = {J and CTOD estimation equations for shallow cracks in single edge notch bend specimens}, author = {Kirk, M T and Dodds, Jr, R H}, abstractNote = {Fracture toughness values determined using shallow cracked single edge notch bend, SE(B), specimens of structural thickness are useful for structural integrity assessments.

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[M T Kirk; R H Dodds; U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Engineering.; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Department of Civil Engineering.; Naval Surface Warfare Center (U.S.).

Fracture toughness values determined using shallow cracked single edge notch bend, SE(B), specimens of structural thickness are useful for structural integrity assessments. However, testing standards have not yet incorporated formulas that permit evaluation of J and CTOD for shallow cracks from experimentally measured quantities (i.e.

load. J and CTOD Estimation Equations for Shallow Cracks in Single Edge Notch Bend Specimens: Author(s): Kirk, M.T.; Dodds, Robert H., Jr. Subject(s): Finite element analysis Fracture toughness: Issue Date: Publisher: University of Illinois Engineering Experiment Station.

College of Engineering. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. M.T. Kirk, R.H. DoddsJ and CTOD estimation equations for shallow cracks in single edge notch bend specimens J Testing Evaluation, 21 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by:   This paper proposesJ and CTOD estimation schemes applied to fracture toughness testing, covering typical homogeneous and bi-material specimens.

Recommendations are based on the plastic limit analysis (either slip line field or finite element limit analyses), assuming the rigid plastic material behavior. The main outcome of the present study is that theJ and CTOD estimation schemes Cited by: 5.

The plastic part of crack tip opening displacement (CTOD) is derived from the plastic hinge model for deep-notched single edge-notch bend (SE(B)) specimens in BS, WES and ISO CTOD testing standards, and a typical plastic rotational factor is given by a constant value of This value is appropriate for deep-notched SE(B) specimens, but is not suitable for shallow-notched SE(B) by: 4.

Experimental J estimation equations for single-edge-cracked bars in four-point bend: Homogeneous and bi-material specimens Article in Engineering Fracture Mechanics 69(7) May with Author: Yun-Jae Kim.

Kirk MT, Dodds RH () J and CTOD estimation equations for shallow cracks in single edge notch bend specimens. J Test Eval – J Test Eval – ArticleCited by: 5. Taking the FE J results based on incremental plasticity using actual stress-strain data as the reference, the FE J results based on deformation plasticity using various R-O fits are compared with reference J values.

Comparisons show that the proposed R-O fit provides more accurate J values for all cases, compared to existing methods for the R-O Cited by: Book. Feb ; Ashok Saxena J and CTOD Estimation Equations for Shallow Cracks in Single Edge Notch Bend Specimens Fracture toughness values determined using shallow cracked single edge.

Experimental J Estimation Formulas for Single Edge Notch Bend Specimens Containing Mismatched Welds: Author(s): Kirk, M.T.; Dodds, Robert H., Jr.

Subject(s): Fracture mechanics Weldments Finite element analysis: Abstract: This study addresses the effect of weld strength mismatch on] estimation formulas for single edge notch bend, SE(B), specimens. J and CTOD estimation equations for shallow cracks in single edge notch bend specimens.

Journal of Testing and Evaluation. ; DOI: /jtejAuthor: J.S. Kim, Young Jin Kim, S.M. Cho. Fracture toughness tests have been performed on five geometries of single-edge notched bend (SENB) specimens machined from a mm (in.) thick plate of ABS Grade EH36 steel, a normalized carbon-manganese steel.

Critical values of the J integral and the crack-tip opening displacement (CTOD) were measured as a function of by: 1.

The present paper provides experimental J estimation equation based on the load-crack opening displacement (COD) record for testing the circumferential through-wall cracked pipe under combined tension and bending. Based on the limit analysis and the kinematically admissible rigid-body rotation field, the plastic η-factor for the load-COD record is derived and is compared with that for the Cited by: 5.

The effect of strength mismatch on CTOD and J estimation procedures for weld metal fracture toughness determination, IIW Sub-Commission X-F Weld Mismatch Effect, GKSS, Geesthacht, Germany, 24 15 April [5] WANG, Y.

Y.: Development of fracture assessment and testing procedures for HAZ cracks Progress report Development of J and CTOD. J and CTOD estimation equations for shallow cracks in single edge notch bend specimens. J Test Eval ; – Google Scholar | Crossref | ISIAuthor: Goran Vukelić, Josip Brnić.

The fracture toughness resistance curve, i.e. the J-integral resistance curve (J-R curve) or the crack tip opening displacement resistance (CTOD-R) curves, is widely used in the integrity assessment and strain-based design of energy pipelines with respect to planar defects (i.e.

cracks). This thesis deals with issues related to the experimental determination of the J(CTOD)-R curves using the Author: Yifan Huang. For all beam specimens, two knife edges shall be glued using a quick-setting epoxy to the smooth surface of the beam, centered across the notch.

The shorter side of the knife edge should be placed against the concrete such that the long sharp edge is farthest from the concrete and spaced 10 mm ( inches) apart as shown in Figure 2. Fracture toughness tests were performed using single edge notched bend specimens, SE(B), with a crack length to width ratio: a/W=, and following the ASTM E standard.

Specimens were fatigue pre-cracked to the required nominal a/W using a load ratio. edge specimens, before the compression failure of the loaded part of the specimen. This figure shows, for two specimen sizes, the crack path of the trajec­ tories in the face of the specimen that was covered with a fluorescein film.

All cracks started on the corner of the notch tip that is most distantFile Size: KB. The chevron notched three-point bend test specimen is often used for measuring the fracture toughness of brittle materials such as ceramics.

Specimen sizes are often very restricted when testing advanced materials due to limited volume of material available or high material costs. Since the minimum chevron notch width is limited by the size of the cutting wheels or wire saw used to produce Cited by: CHARACTERIZATION OF SLIP LINES IN SINGLE EDGE NOTCHED TENSION SPECIMENS F.

Van Gerven 1, W. De Waele, D. Belato Rosado1 and S. Hertelé 1 Ghent University, Soete Laboratory, Belgium Abstract: The application of slip line analysis in weld failure assessment has not gained much attention to date.

The presented research aims to predict slip line patterns taking into account the Cited by: 1. The Role of Crack Formation in Chevron-Notched Four-Point Bend Specimens Anthony M. Calomino Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio and Louis J.

Ghosn Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio August (NASA-TM) THE ROLE OF CRACK FORMATION IN CHEVRON-NOTCHED FOUR-POINT BEND SPECIMENS (NASA. Lewis Research Center) 21 p N File Size: KB. represented by the possibility of obtaining a J-R curve frrom a single specimen test.

iln the present paper. the J-integral estimation scheme has been applied to C-Mn structural steel three-point bending specimens, both pre-cracked or containing a notch with a finite root radius instead of the fatigue precrack. J-R curves predicted by means of the.

presence of notch can reduce the fatigue life of components dramatically in some circumstances. The fatigue life of ∨-shape notch specimens under rotating bending by. analytical method was examined [6] Reference [7] also shows some rotating bending test results and a comparison between analytical and experimental results.

Application of direct methods is an alternative to the standardized methods of determining J-R curves. In direct methods, J-R curves are obtained from the load versus load-line displacement measured data, without simultaneous measurement of crack length.

In this paper, a graphical-analytical direct. chined notch of inch depth is strain cycled so that the nominal longitudinal strain range is A€ 1.

If the strain concentration factor is KE, the localized strain range at the root of the notch is then KE A€ It will be assumed that the crack will be initiated in a number of cycles dependent only on the localized strain range at the root of the notch.

Characterization of crack-tip field and constraint for bending specimens third parameter is ambiguous, i.e. whether this third parameter (k 2) is a constraint parameter, a loading parameter, or simply a numerical fit is unclear.

Likewise, Karstensen et al. () also modified the J − Q scheme by decomposing the parameter Q into two. various combinations of the notch tip radius, opening angle and notch tilt angle. The static strength of the considered specimens is assessed through an approach based on the strain energy density averaged over a control volume.

The center of the control volume is located on the notch edge, where the principal stress reaches its maximum by: Clamped single-edge notched tension tests and simulations have been performed on base metal and welded specimens.

Extensive deformation analyses reveal the evolution of slip line trajectories as the specimen deforms. Observed slip lines in base metal specimens are initially close to. An unloading compliance method was used to obtain J-resistance curves from short cracked three-point-bend (3PB) specimens.

The method can be used to obtain J-R curves for 3PB specimens with a/W values as small as The eta factor used to calculate the plastic component of J decreases rapidly for a/W less than J-Integral resistance curves of a high-strength steel pipe base metal were measured using a single-specimen technique with clamped singleedge tension (SE(T)) specimens.

The procedure is described in a format similar to that of ASTM E for singCited by: Estimation of Constraint Factor on the Relationship Between J Integral and CTOD for Offshore Structural Steel Weldments Assessment of Brittle Fracture for Single Edge Notched Bend Specimens With Different Machined-Notch Depth.

Tsutomu Iwashita, Ryohei Effects of Crack Front Curvature on J and CTOD Determination in Fracture Toughness. EFNARC Three Point Bending Test on Square Panel with Notch ENC FTC V_ 4 L length of test specimen M bending moment Mj bending moment value, j = 1, 2, 3 or 4 ML bending moment corresponding to the load at LOP b width of test specimen fR,j residual flexural tensile strength, j = File Size: KB.

So, in this paper, fatigue tests are made on the notched cast iron specimens without work hardened layer and the obtained results are discussed based on the linear notch mechanics. 1 Introduction In most cases, fatigue or fracture of machines and structures is brought by the stress concentration due to the existence of a notch or a : H.

Nisitani, S. Tanaka, T. Teranishi, T. Takeno. In geotechnical engineering, determination of the bearing capacity of a shallow foundation in nonhomogeneous soil is an intriguing task. In the present study, an effort was made to evaluate the ultimate bearing capacity of shallow strip footing using the limit-equilibrium method in a.

The suprasternal notch, also known as the fossa jugularis sternalis, or jugular notch, is a large, visible dip in between the neck in humans, between the clavicles, and above the manubrium of the sternum.

Clinical significance. Intrathoracic pressure is measured by using a transducer held in such a way over the body that an actuator engages the soft tissue that is located above the FMA:.

v. saouma, j. bolander and e. landis (eds) 1. component wedge-splitting/bending test of notched specimens with various crack-tip constraint conditions: experiments and simulations.

vÁclav veselÝ *, ildiko merta †, hana ŠimonovÁ *, andreas schneemayer †, stanislav seitl †† and zbynĚk kerŠner * *.In this study, the effect of two cases of non-circular initial notch geometry, i.e., (a) an asymmetric circular notch (Case I) and (b) an elliptical notch (Case II), of the CNB specimen on the fatigue lifetime is investigated using finite element by: 9.mm.

The depth ratio of the notch was taken as a 0/W as suggested by Oh et al. (), hence, the depth of the notch is a mm. Two types of U and V-notch were used and positioned at the center of beam specimen.

The specifications of beam specimen can be referred in Figure a) U-notched beam specimen b) V-notched beam specimen.