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Publisher: Elsevier

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Volume 52, Number 3, October 1995

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Maximum strain theory for mixed mode crack propagation in anisotropic solids
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Hold time crack growth analysis at elevated temperatures
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The cyclic fatigue and fracture behavior of a titanium alloy metal matrix composite
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The use of notch stress intensity factor as a fatigue crack initiation parameter
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A study of stable crack growth in thin sec specimens of 304 stainless steel by computer vision
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Fracture prediction and necking analysis
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