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Effects of temperature dependent material properties on mixed mode crack tip parameters of functionally graded materials
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 Title & Authors
Effects of temperature dependent material properties on mixed mode crack tip parameters of functionally graded materials
Rajabi, Mohammad; Soltani, Nasser; Eshraghi, Iman;
 Abstract
Effects of temperature dependent material properties on mixed mode fracture parameters of functionally graded materials subjected to thermal loading are investigated. A domain form of the -integral method including temperature-dependent material properties and its numerical implementation using finite element analysis is presented. Temperature and displacement fields are calculated using finite element analysis and are used to compute mixed mode stress intensity factors using the -integral. Numerical results indicate that temperature-dependency of material properties has considerable effect on the mixed-mode stress intensity factors of cracked functionally graded structures.
 Keywords
temperature dependent material properties;functionally graded materials;stress intensity factors;thermal gradient;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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