Dynamic Photoelasticity and Holography Applied to Crack and Wave Propagation
Part of the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences book series (CISM, volume 275)
The field of elastodynamics covers the class of problems in solid mechanics where the inertia term on the right hand side of the equations of motion
where e is the dilatation and ω is the in-plane rotation of an element, may not be neglected because of rapid changes of stress and displacement in time. These variations of the stresses are due to loads or displacements which change in time, or they are due to relatively sudden changes in the geometry of the body. From the broad field of elastodynamics only stress wave propagation, fracture propagation and their interaction, and penetration (high speed impact) problems will be highlighted here.
KeywordsRayleigh Wave Stress Wave Fringe Pattern Stress Wave Propagation Isochromatic Fringe Pattern
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