International Standard Book Number (eBook - PDF) . In outlining the basic principles and applications of fracture mechanics, Paris, P.C., Gomez, M.P., and Anderson, W.P., ''A Rational Analytic Theory of Fatigue. Fracture Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications, Third Edition [Ted L. Anderson] on maroc-evasion.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. With its. Editorial Reviews. Review. An audience of engineers, researchers, and students will Fracture Mechanics: Fundamentals and Applications, Third Edition - Kindle edition by Ted L. Anderson, T. L. Anderson. Download it once and read it on.
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In addition to his best-selling book on fracture mechanics, Dr. Anderson has authored over papers and 3 book chapters. He founded a consulting and software company in , which was acquired by Quest Integrity in Recently, Dr.
Anderson returned to independent consulting. For more information about Dr. The fundamental concepts are frst described qualitatively, with a minimum of higher level mathematics.
This enables a student with a reasonable grasp of undergraduate calculus to gain physical insight into the subject.
For the more advanced reader, appendices at the end of certain chapters give the detailed mathematical background. In outlining the basic principles and applications of fracture mechanics, I have attempted to integrate materials science and solid mechanics to a much greater extent than in other fracture mechanics texts.
Although continuum theory has proved to be a very powerful tool in fracture mechanics, one cannot ignore microstructural aspects. Continuum theory can predict the stresses and strains near a crack tip, but it is the microstructure of a material that determines the critical conditions for fracture. Chapter 1 introduces the subject of fracture mechanics and provides an overview; this chapter includes a review of dimensional analysis, which proves to be a useful tool in later chapters.
Chapters 2 and 3 describe the fundamental concepts of linear elastic and elastic—plastic fracture mechanics, respectively. One of the most important and most often misunderstood concepts in fracture mechanics is the single-parameter assumption, which enables the prediction of structural behavior from small-scale laboratory tests. When a single parameter uniquely describes the crack tip conditions, fracture toughness, which is a critical value of this parameter, is independent of specimen size.
When the single-parameter assumption breaks down, fracture toughness becomes size dependent, and a small-scale fracture toughness test may not be indicative of the structural behavior.