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Analysis Of Thermal Shock Restistance Of Solids Based On The Nonlocal Elastic Theory, Part II: Thermal Shock Cracking And Thermal Shock Resistance

Li, J.E. and Wang, B. (2014). Analysis Of Thermal Shock Restistance Of Solids Based On The Nonlocal Elastic Theory, Part II: Thermal Shock Cracking And Thermal Shock Resistance. In: Yang, G. 3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials and Information Technology Processing, AMITP 2013, Los Angeles, CA, 1 - 2 October 2013.

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Author Li, J.E.
Wang, B.
Title Analysis Of Thermal Shock Restistance Of Solids Based On The Nonlocal Elastic Theory, Part II: Thermal Shock Cracking And Thermal Shock Resistance
Conference Name 3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials and Information Technology Processing, AMITP 2013
Conference Location Los Angeles, CA
Conference Dates 1 - 2 October 2013
Conference Publication Title Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials and Information Technology Processing (AMITP 2013)
Editor Yang, G.
Place of Publication United Kingdom
Publisher WIT Press
Publication Year 2014
Volume Number 87
ISBN 9781845648534   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
ISSN 1743-3533   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Start Page 229
End Page 238
Total Pages 10
Abstract This is the continuity of the Part I of this research. In this part, the thermal shock resistance behavior of a plate subjected to a sudden thermal load will be studied. Two types of crack problems are solved: an edge crack under cold shock and a center crack under hot shock. Both the fracture mechanics-based criterion and stress-based criterion are used to obtain the maximum thermal shock temperature. Influences of the nonlocal parameter on the transient thermal stress intensity factors and the maximum thermal shock resistance are studied. It is found that the nonlocal effect has a profound influence on the thermal shock cracking behavior of the medium.
Keyword Fracture mechanics
Nonlocal elastic theory
Thermal shock resistance
 
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