Perturbative simulations of crack front waves

  title={Perturbative simulations of crack front waves},
  author={John W. Morrisseya and James R. Riceb},
  • John W. Morrisseya, James R. Riceb
  • Published 1999
Willis and Movchan [Willis, J.R., Movchan, A.B., 1995. Dynamic weight functions for a moving crack I. Mode I loading. J. Mech. Phys. Solids 43, 319.] devised weight functions for a dynamic mode I fracture, within the singular crack model, using a ®rst order perturbation of in-plane crack motion from the 2D results. Ramanathan and Fisher [Ramanathan, S., Fisher, D.S., 1997. Dynamics and instabilities of planar tensile cracks in heterogeneous media. Phys. Rev. Lettr. 79, 877.] reformulated the… CONTINUE READING


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