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Modern Applied Fracture Mechanics

 Modern Applied Fracture Mechanics

Modern Applied Fracture Mechanics



Fracture Mechanics (FM) is a relatively new field (beginning in the 1940s) that has made a tremendous impact on our ability to predict and prevent structural failure. It will become increasingly important in the 21st century as scientists and engineers strive to develop custom-engineered materials at the nano-, meso-, and macro-levels, as well as fabrication processes that are more capable, sustainable, portable, and flexible. Additionally rapid advancement in processing speeds and computational methods will allow more efficient, programmable, and scalable FM applications.

This text is designed to provide undergraduate engineers with a basic introduction to Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics (LEFM) with an emphasis on modern applications, including current software elementary applications. Undergraduate engineering and science students who expect to work in areas in which critical structural or material failures occur – 

such as aerospace, petroleum, production, civil, biomedical,food processing (equipment), nuclear, mechatronics, mechanical, or manufacturing – will find the analytical tools and software process examples in this text particularly valuable. Practicing engineers, scientists, or technicians who were not exposed to FM as undergraduates can also utilize this text as a nuts-and-bolts resource for common approaches, and as an aid in developing a solid understanding of FM fundamentals with minimal mathematical complexity.


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