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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 22, Number 5, 1 May 1999

The characterization of fatigue crack growth behaviour by constant ΔK control testing
pp. 383-392(10)
Authors: Zheng, Z.; Powell, B.E.; Byrne, J.; Hussey, I.W.

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Effect of tempering treatment on hydrogen-induced cracking in high-strength steel
pp. 393-398(6)
Authors: Nakatani, Y.; Higashi, T.; Yamada, K.

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J estimation for shallow semi-elliptical surface cracks in wide plates under pure bending
pp. 399-408(10)
Authors: Boothman, D.P.; Lee, M.M.K.; Luxmoore, A.R.; Sumpter, J.D.

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How defects in an adhesive layer influence the fatigue strength of bonded steel-sheet specimens
pp. 421-426(6)
Authors: Melander, A.; Linder, J.; Stensiö, H.; Larsson, M.; Gustavsson, A.; Björkman, G.

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Probabilities of occurrence and detection of damage in airframe materials
pp. 427-436(10)
Authors: Harlow, D.G.; Wei, R.P.

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The influence of cross-sectional thickness on fatigue crack growth
pp. 437-444(8)
Authors: Guo, W.; Wang, C.H.; Rose, L.R.F.

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