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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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Richmond, M.J. (author), de Koning, A.U. (author)
Utilising the NLR Stripyield cycle-by-cycle fatigue crack growth model a basic description of the time dependent effects associated with periods of constant load level has been added to model Fatigue-Creep interactions. An outline of the basic Creep model is given along with flow diagrams of the sub programs added to the Stripyield model. Other...
report 1993
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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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de Koning, A.U. (author)
This study deals with fracture mechanics aspects of mode 1 crack growth under montonically increasing (quasi-static) loads. Using the finite element method stable crack growth and the plastic deformation fields associated with this process are analyzed. A two parameter approach is proposed for a description of initiation and subsequent stable...
report 1985
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de Koning, A.U. (author), van der Linden, H.H. (author)
A model for the prediction of growth rates of fatigue cracks in aluminium alloys subjected to service loading conditions is presented. The model is based on an approximate description of the crack opening behaviour and was applied successfully in an analysis of effects of crack growth acceleration and retardation observed experimentally under...
report 1981
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Smith, J. (author)
A "measured-boundary-condition" method for determining 2D wall interference has been developed. It applies measured "wall" pressure distributions and a model representation to determine the 2D interference flow field associated with the presence of the test section walls. Special attention has been paid to the model representation. The...
report 1981
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Laan, J.N. (author), Schulten, J.B.H.M. (author)
The present status of a method to calculate the generation, transmission and radiation of fan noise is described. A steady uniform flow is assumed in the whole field. A hard-walled circular duct is considered which is terminated at the open end by an infinite baffle. The source mechanism is the impingement of wakes from an upstream blade row...
report 1978
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