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Andriamiharisoa, M. Habashi, J. Galland and P. Azou 1889 A criterion for hydrogen-induced fracture K. Akhurst 1899 C. Hydrogen (II) Influence of hydrogen on fracture toughness of high strength steels H. Kobayashi, K. Hirano, H. Kayakabe and H. 5 Zr alloy D. Lepoutre, A. M. Nomine and D. Miannay 1917 The role of non-metallic inclusions in hydrogen assisted cracking of steel T. V. Venkatasubramanian and T. J. Baker 1925 Hydrogen effect in static or dynamic fractures of martensite-carbides composite structures L.

To facilitate this process a stress analysis of the crack tip region involving nonlinear elastic-plastic material behavior is necessary. This topic will be mentioned later. 2654 The second observation that grows out of the numerical example is that the yield strength has a large influence upon the result even when the value K j c is un­ changed. Taking the allowable working stress as some appropriate fraction of the yield strength, ασ , where a < 1, it may be shown that the critical crack size, a c r , is proportional to the ratio ( K j c / a y s ) 2 .

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