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However, cracks that develop in service are difficult to predict and account for preventing crack growth. 2 CHAPTER 3. LINEAR ELASTIC FRACTURE MECHANICS MODES OF LOADING A crack in a body may be subjected to three different types of loading, which involve displacements of the crack surfaces. 1. 2. MODES OF LOADING Here, analytically and 41 and are trigonometric functions to be derived was developed by Irwin . 1. This is analogous to unflawed components being loaded to various levels of the applied stress In fact, the parameters and are the polar coordinates of a plastic zone that forms ahead of the crack tip.
Adv. Sci. W. F. Riley, “Experimental Stress Analysis,” Third edition, McGraw-Hill, New York, (1991)  K. 1 INTRODUCTION The theory of elasticity used in Chapter 1 served the purpose of illustrating the close form of analytical procedures in order to develop constitutive equations for predicting failure of crack-free solids . However, when solids contain flaws or cracks, the field equations are not completely defined by the theory of elasticity since it does not consider the stress singularity phenomenon near a crack tip.
This is a very laborious work to perform, but theoretical approximations can be made in order to determine or calculate the stress required for fracture of atomic bonding in crystalline or amorphous crystals. 1 which predicts the simultaneous separation of atoms when the atomic separation reaches a critical value. 2. THEORETICAL STRENGTH 27 strength) equals to the theoretical (cohesive) tensile strength and then it decreases as atoms are further apart in the direction perpendicular to the applied stress.