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Fitness-for-Service Fracture Assessment of Structures Containing Cracks (Cód: 3028658)

Webster,Stephen; Zerbst,Uwe; Schödel,Manfred


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Fitness-for-Service Fracture Assessment of Structures Containing Cracks



The purpose of Fitness-for-Service Fracture Assessment of Structures Containing Cracks is to facilitate the use of fracture mechanics based failure assessment procedures for the evaluation and design of structures and components. All practical structures contain flaws and the optimum combination of cost efficiency and safety whilst achieving the required capability, can only be realised by using state of the art methods such as that represented by the European flaw assessment method SINTAP/FITNET to analyse the safety risk. This book is written by practitioners with extensive experience in both the development and use of integrity assessment methods and provides comprehensive information on the basic principles and use of analytical flaw assessment. It provides an introduction to the method, its background, how it can be applied, its potential and, importantly, its limitations. The explanations are complimented by using a large number of worked examples and validation exercises which illustrate all aspects of the procedure. In addition, for students and engineers who are new to the subject, a comprehensive glossary of basic terms used in fracture mechanics based integrity evaluations is included. The topics addressed include: Crack driving force (CDF) and failure assessment diagram (FAD) type analysesPreparation of the input parameters (crack dimensions, stress-strain properties, fracture toughness, statistical aspects)Determination of the model parameters, (stress intensity factor and yield load solutions)Treatment of combined primary and secondary loading, together with residual stress effectsAnalysis of the effect of constraint effects (treatment of small defects and section size effects)Treatment of mixed mode loadingConsideration of the influences of strength mismatchReliability aspectsComprehensive description of the use of structural integrity methods to optimise cost effectiveness and safetyDetailed description of how to evaluate the integrity of structures containing cracksValuable background information for understanding the methods, their potential and limitationsLarge number of worked examples, which demonstrate all aspects of the methodsDescriptive, readable writing styleApplicable to a wide range of interests, from the student (university or self study) to the expert who requires a 'apos;state of the art'apos; document


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Idioma 337
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Territorialidade Internacional
Formato Livro Digital Pdf
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Tamanho do Arquivo 5519
Início da Venda 22/10/2013
Código do Formato Pdf
Cód. Barras 9780080552835
Ano da edição 102007
Ano da Publicação 113
AutorWebster,Stephen; Zerbst,Uwe; Schödel,Manfred