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 Title & Authors
The investigation crack problem through numerical analysis
Yaylaci, Murat;
 Abstract
This paper presents a comparative study of finite element method (FEM) and analytical method for the plane problem of a layered composite containing an internal perpendicular crack in literature. The layered composite consists of two elastic layers having different elastic constants and heights. External load is applied to the upper elastic layer by means o a rigid punch and the lower elastic layer rests on two simple supports. Numerical simulations are realized by the world wide code ANYS software. Two dimensional analysis of the problem is carried out and the results are verified by comparison with solutions reported in literature. Main goal of the numerical simulation is to investigate the normal stress (0, y), stress intensity factors at the crack factor and the crack opening displacements.
 Keywords
fracture mechanics;crack;stress intensity factor;FEM;
 Language
English
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