Interaction of a crack with a cylindrical inclusion in heating and tension of a body
We consider the plane deformation of an infinite body with a cylindrical inclusion whose mechanical and thermophysical characteristics differ from those of the material of the body for a heat flow and tensile forces given far from the inclusion. Stress intensity factors in the vicinity of a crack located on the continuation of the diameter of the inclusion are determined by the solution of a singular integral equation using the method of mechanical quadratures. We investigate the ratio of the length of the crack to the distance between it and the inclusion at which the regular kernel of the integral equation can be neglected in calculations. In this case, analytic formulas for the determination of the stress intensity factors are obtained.
KeywordsStress Intensity Factor Stress Intensity Factor Singular Integral Equation Linear Thermal Expansion Coefficient Thermophysical Characteristic
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