Analytical Solution of a Crack Problem in a Radially Graded FGM

@inproceedings{etin2009AnalyticalSO,
  title={Analytical Solution of a Crack Problem in a Radially Graded FGM},
  author={Suat Çetin and Suat Kadıoğlu},
  year={2009}
}
The objective of this study is to determine stress intensity factors (SIFs) for a crack in a functionally graded layer bonded to a homogeneous substrate. Functionally graded coating contains an edge crack perpendicular to the interface. It is assumed that plane strain conditions prevail and the crack is subjected to mode I loading. By introducing an elastic foundation underneath the homogeneous layer, the plane strain problem under consideration is used as an approximate model for an FGM… CONTINUE READING

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