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Stress intensity factor in cracked plate reinforced with a plate under mixed mode loading
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 Title & Authors
Stress intensity factor in cracked plate reinforced with a plate under mixed mode loading
Lee, Kang-Yong; Kim, Ok-Whan;
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 Abstract
The mode I and II stress intensity factors have been calculated theoretically for the cracked plate reinforced with a plate by symmetric spot welding under remote mixed mode loading. This is the extension of authors' previous work for the reinforced cracked plate under remote normal stress. Regardless of loading types, the reinforcement effect gets better as one joining spot is closer to the crack tip and the others are closer to the crack surface, and optimum number of the joining spots can be existed. For the present model, the remote loading parallel to crack surface produces the mode I stress intensity factor.
 Keywords
Spot Welding;Mixed Mode Loading;Stress Intensity Factor;Displacement Compatibility Conditon;Reinforcement Effect;
 Language
Korean
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