Damage Tolerant Design Handbook. A Compilation of Fracture and Crack Growth Data for High-Strength Alloys Including Data Sheets for the First Supplement.
Supplement no. 1.
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Fracture mechanics data have been compiled for high-strength alloys of the following alloy classes Aluminum alloys, alloy steels, stainless steels, titanium alloys, nickel-base alloy 718. The lists of alloys for each of these classes are presented. Separate lists are provided for aluminum alloys in thick-section and thin-section forms because some alloys andor tempers in this class are appropriate for only one of these forms. Furthermore, critical plane-strain stress intensity factors Klc and threshold stress intensity factors Klscc generally apply to thick-section components, while plane-stress and transitional stress intensity factors apply to thin-section or sheet products. Modified author abstract
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