MECHANCS OF FRACTURE & FATIGUE

Section

Professor

Raimondo Betti

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Course Information

Prerequisite: Undergraduate mechanics of solids course. Elastic stresses at a crack; energy and stress intensity criteria for crack growth; effect of plastic zone at the crack; fracture testing applications. Fatigue characterization by stress-life and strain-life; damage index; crack propagation; fail safe and safe life analysis.

Department: Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics(CEEM)

Subject: Engineering Mechanics(ENME)

School: Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Division: School of Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate

Course ID: 4114