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Hoogenboom, P.C.J. (author), Van Weelden, C. (author), Blom, C.M.B. (author)
In this paper stress concentrations are studied around circular cylindrical openings or voids in a linear elastic continuum. The loading is such that a uniform shear stress occurs in the continuum, which is disturbed by the opening. The shear stress is in the direction of the centre axis of the opening. The stress distribution has been...
journal article 2010
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Leendertz, J.S. (author)
This study concerns the behaviour of the closed stiffener (trough) to crossbeam connection in orthotropic steel bridge decks and in particular, the connection where a continuous closed stiffener passes through the crossbeam. For this connection, the crossbeam in-plane and out-of-plane behaviour is analysed. The nominal stresses for unit loads on...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Panjeh Shahi, E. (author)
doctoral thesis 1995
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van Rijn, J.C.N. (author)
The stress distribution in the vicinity of a notch is investigated as a first step towards a more fundamental understanding of the blunt notch behaviour of fibre metal laminates. The applicability of several analytical methodologies for determination of the stress distribution in the vicinity of a notch in a finite width plate is assessed in...
report 1994
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van Rijn, J.C.F.N. (author)
The blunt notch behaviour of metal laminates has mostly been described using concepts which were developed to describe the blunt notch behaviour of metals. In the current work the applicability of fracture models which were developed for composites to describe the blunt notch behaviour of metal laminates is assessed. It is shown that three...
report 1992
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Laméris, J. (author), Minderhoud, P. (author)
The mechanical behaviour of mechanically fastened double lap carbon-epoxy joints has been investigated both by experiments (static tests) and by analysis. Several fastener types and joint geometries has been investigated. In the experimental programme the Fibredux 6376/T400H material was used. Two methods to analyze mechanically fastened...
report 1989
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Lof, C.J. (author)
Computer programs are described to be used for fracture control purposes. Crack growth lifetimes can be predicted for plane cracks in 3-D structures. Values for stress intensity (K-) distributions at crack fronts are derived from data being available from literature for a restricted number of simple configurations. For arbitrary configurations...
report 1986
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Schijve, J. (author), Jacobs, F.A. (author)
Fatigue tests were carried out on Redux and FM 123/5 bonded specimens at various stress levels, temperatures (RT to 65 C) and low and high test frequencies. Observations were made on the type of failure (bond line failure or sheet failure) and the significance of the adhesive squeezeout for crack nucleation. An analysis of the data and a...
report 1984
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Schijve, J. (author), Jacobs, F.A. (author)
Several simple crack stopping methods were evaluated In fatigue crack propagation tests on 2024-T3 Alclad sheet specimens. After precracklng until a crack of 40 mm was obtained crack stoppers were Installed and the fatigue test was continued. Crack stoppers Installed In stop holes were: a blind rivet, a hard driven rivet, a heavily tightened...
report 1984
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de Koning, A.U. (author)
In this report formulas are derived for a description of the deformation and stress fields near holes expanded by cold working. The results are compared with values obtained experimentally and calculated using the finite element method. The model of the material includes linear hardening and a yielding behaviour according to Tresca's criterion....
report 1982
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Lof, C.J. (author)
An application of linear elastic fracture mechanics to 3-dimensional crack growth prediction was developed in two phases. In the first phase finite element techniques for accurate stress intensity (S.I.) calculation were evaluated and the Virtual Crack Extension (V.C.E.)-method was selected for further work. In the second phase the process of...
report 1981
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Bartelds, G. (author)
The applicability of finite element methods to the analysis of cracks was studied in three phases. In the first phase the available methods for the calculation of elastic stress intensity data for cracks of arbitrary shape using finite element techniques were evaluated. The indirect energy release method using virtual crack front variation was...
report 1979
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't Hart, W.G.J. (author)
report 1977
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't Hart, W.G.J. (author)
Fatigue tests on unidirectional Ca/ep composite material have been performed to investigate whether previous fatigue loading did influence the residual static strength. Residual strength tests were carried out on (0, ± 45)2s and (± 45)2s laminates, while for the (O, ± 45)2s laminate the influence of previous tensile fatigue loading on the...
report 1977
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van Leeuwen, H.P. (author)
Internal hydrogen embrittlement, stress corrosion cracking and external hydrogen embrittlement of high strength steel are analysed. They are found to have lattice decohesion as a common source.
report 1976
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't Hart, W.G.J. (author), Jacobs, F.A. (author), Nassette, J.H. (author)
report 1975
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