By Prof. Dietrich Munz, Dr. Theo Fett (auth.), Prof. Dietrich Munz, Dr. Theo Fett (eds.)

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Later rising R-curves were found for many other materials. Examples are shown in Sect. 1. The occurrence of a rising R-curve was originally found for macrocracks. It has to be investigated in which way the R-curve-effect will also influence natural small flaws. This question will be addressed in Chap. 4. ISb) the influence of the crack length is completely included in the geometric function Y*(a/W). The most problematic part of specimen preparation is to create a crack and to measure its size. Subsequently, several specimens and methods of creating starter cracks are described.

A superimposed shear loading, however, leads to a Kn stress intensity factor. 68) n with the friction coefficient fl. For an < 0 we have t eff < t. Only a few results are available for mode-TTl loading. 2. 2 Failure under mixed-mode conditions (asym. 4PB = asymmetric four-point bending tests). Material Specimen Notch KJc K IIe KI/KIIe Ref. Fig. 29 Interrelation between K(c and K llc from literature data. Squares: A1 20 3, circles: Si 3N 4, triangles: glass, asterisks: Zr02' Open symbols: specimens with slot, solid symbols: precrack and chevron notch.

2. In this section experimental and computational methods as well as the responsible mechanisms will be outlined in more detail. 1 Experimental Observation A crack of initial size ai starts to extend at a critical value of the stress intensity factor KJO or of the energy release rate 010' During further crack extension KIR or 0IR increases until a plateau value is reached. a = a - ai' In a plot of KIR versus the crack length a the same form of the curves would be expected starting at different initial crack lengths ai' It will be shown that this is not in agreement with experimental observations.

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