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Interphase Inclusion and Crack in an Inhomogeneous Anisotropic Plane

  • Kostyantyn Arkhypenko
  • Oleksandr KryvyiEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Structural Integrity book series (STIN, volume 8)

Abstract

In the inhomogeneous anisotropic plane the problem about interaction between interphase crack and inclusion, which is in the conditions of full cohesion, was considered. Using the method of singular integral relations for interphase defects, the problem was reduced to the system of singular integral equations, and the method for its solution is proposed. As a result, the effect of the distance between defects, the loading applied to them and the properties of anisotropic materials on the features of the stress fields in the neighborhood of defects was investigated. In particular, the critical distance between the crack and the inclusion, according to which the mutual influence of the defects is significant, was established. It was also established under what loads it is advisable to remain within the singular statement of the problem without taking into account the contact zones of the crack edges.

Keywords

Inhomogeneous anisotropic plane Interphase crack and inclusion Systems of singular integral equations Stresses Stress intensity factor 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National University “Odessa Maritime Academy”OdessaUkraine

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