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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 21, Number 11, 1 November 1998

Small Crack Growth and Fatigue Life Predictions for High-Strength Aluminium Alloys: Part I—experimental and Fracture Mechanics Analysis
pp. 1289-1306(18)
Authors: Wu, X.R.; Newman, J.C.; Zhao, W.; Swain, M.H.; Ding, C.F.; Phillips, E.P.

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The Development of an Inhomogeneous Damage Field in an Elastic-Plastic Model
pp. 1327-1335(9)
Authors: Li, H.L.; Bai, Y.L.; Xia, M.F.

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A Micromechanical Damage Theory for Brittle Materials with Small Cracks
pp. 1337-1349(13)
Authors: Zhan, S.; Wang, C.; Han, X.

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Effects of Stress–strain Conditions on Hydrogen-Induced Fracture
pp. 1351-1360(10)
Authors: Gao, H.; Cao, W.

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Numerical Analysis of Crack Propagation in Piezoelectric Ceramics
pp. 1371-1380(10)
Authors: Fang, D.; Qi, H.; Yao, Z.

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Plastic Damage Analysis for the Process Zone of a Fatigue Crack
pp. 1403-1414(12)
Authors: Zhao, J.; Zhang, X.

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Nucleation, Blunting or Propagation of a Nanocrack in Dislocation-Free Zones of Thin Crystals
pp. 1415-1423(9)
Authors: Chen, Q.Z.; Chu, W.Y.; Gao, K.W.; Gu, B.; Zhang, Y.

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