A Comparison of Several Fracture Mechanics Methods for Measuring Interfacial Toughness with Microbond Tests

@inproceedings{Scheer1995ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Several Fracture Mechanics Methods for Measuring Interfacial Toughness with Microbond Tests},
  author={J{\"u}rgen Scheer and John A. Nairn},
  year={1995}
}
Several stress analysis methods were used to find the energy release rate for initiation of an interfacial crack in a microbond specimen. First, we used a recently derived variational mechanics analysis of the stresses in a microbond specimen. Previous studies for analysis of crack growth have used shear-lag methods. For a second analysis, we present a new, and more complete, shear-lag analysis of the microbond specimen. Third, we consider some previously published theories. For each of the… CONTINUE READING

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