Dynamic photoelastic studies of fracture
- James W. Dally
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Dynamic characterization of brittle fracture is possible by relating the instantaneous stress-intensity factorK(t) to the velocity of propagation of the crack. High-speed photographic systems are employed with photoelastic methods to obtain a sequence of isochromatic-fringe patterns representing the state of stress associated with the propagating crack. Methods for determiningK(t) from these isochromatic patterns are reviewed.
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