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Volume 54, Number 5, July 1996

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Boundary element analysis of orthotropic delamination specimens with interface cracks
pp. 601-615(15)
Authors: Andrew, C.; Pfurtscheller, G.; H., E.A.; Torrance, J.E.; C., L.T.

Screw dislocations near a crack penetrating through an interface
pp. 629-637(9)
Authors: Noel, P.; Ozaki, I.; desmedt, J.E.; Hao, O.; Sanboh, L.

Energy considerations in the boundary collocation method applied in fracture
pp. 639-652(14)
Authors: Tsamasphyros, G.; Eftaxiopoulos, D.A.

Harmonic thermal fracture of multiple crack system and the stability of cracks in RCC arch dam
pp. 653-665(13)
Authors: Shils, J.L.; Litt, M.; Skolnick, B.E.; Stecker, M.M.; G., X.Z.; G., T.L.; Y., W.

Application of a weight function based method to assess partially closed cracks
pp. 679-691(13)
Authors: Christ, G.; de Koninck, J.; Hebert, M.; Carrier, J.; Lamarche, C.; Dufour, S.; Montenegro, H.L.; Cisilino, A.; Otegui, J.L.

An improved method of collocation for the problem of crack surface subjected to uniform load
pp. 731-741(11)
Authors: Wada, M.; Ogawa, T.; Sonoda, H.; Sato, K.; Zhu, Z.M.; Ji, S.C.; Xie, H.

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