Study of the tensile fracture of plates with a rigid linear inclusion
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The limit equilibrium of elastoplastic body is studied under the conditions of a plane problem. The body contains a linear inclusion, which is rigid but of finite rupture strength. The plastic or prefracture zones develop near the ends of the inclusion and are modeled by slip cracks along the matrix—inclusion interface. A new interpretation of the boundary conditions is proposed to solve a model problem for such a composition, and its analytical solution is derived. Two possible mechanisms of local fracture are considered: (a) fracture of the inclusion and (b) separation of the inclusion. The critical length of the inclusion is determined. This length together with the elastic and strength parameters of the composition determines the mechanism of local fracture. The limit loads are found for each mechanism of fracture.
KeywordsAxial Force Slip Band Local Fracture Rigid Inclusion Prefracture Zone
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