Crack Growth Under Conditions of Creep and Damage
The dissipative criterion is introduced for slow crack growth under creep and damage. The crack length and damage are determined by a system of two ordinary nonlinear differential equations of the first order. An integrable combinations is obtained. An example is considered of a crack growing in the strip under tension.
KeywordsCrack Length Steady Creep State Ordinary Nonlinear Differential Equation Slow Crack Growth Plane Stress Problem
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