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A Cohesive model of fatigue crack growth

Nguyen, O. and Repetto, E. A. and Ortiz, M. and Radovitzky, R. A. (2001) A Cohesive model of fatigue crack growth. International Journal of Fracture, 110 (4). pp. 351-369. ISSN 0376-9429. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20171212-143333386

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Abstract

We investigate the use of cohesive theories of fracture, in conjunction with the explicit resolution of the near-tip plastic fields and the enforcement of closure as a contact constraint, for the purpose of fatigue-life prediction. An important characteristic of the cohesive laws considered here is that they exhibit unloading-reloading hysteresis. This feature has the important consequence of preventing shakedown and allowing for steady crack growth. Our calculations demonstrate that the theory is capable of a unified treatment of long cracks under constant-amplitude loading, short cracks and the effect of overloads, without ad hoc corrections or tuning.


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Additional Information:© Kluwer Academic Publishers 2001. Received 15 December 1999; accepted in revised form 15 January 2001. Support from the Office of the Naval Research through grant N00014-96-0068 is gratefully acknowledged. We are grateful to Dr Abe Askari of The Boeing Co. for helpful suggestions and discussions.
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Office of Naval Research (ONR)N00014-96-0068
Subject Keywords:Cohesive law, fatigue, finite elements, overload, short cracks
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Official Citation:Nguyen, O., Repetto, E., Ortiz, M. et al. International Journal of Fracture (2001) 110: 351. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1010839522926
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