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eng
Author
Yoshihara, Hiroshi Faculty of Science and Engineering, Shimane University
Description
A three-point eccentric end-notched flexure test was conducted using specimens of western hemlock to determine the fracture mechanics properties under Mode II conditions while extending the crack length range for stabilising the crack propagation. The location of the loading point was varied during the test, and the effect of the loading point location on the initiation and propagation fracture toughness values was examined. With the proposed method, fracture mechanics properties were appropriately obtained at greater crack propagation lengths than in the conventional three-point end-notched flexure test when the loading point was not extremely close to the supporting point at the crack-free region.
Subject
Three-point eccentric end-notched flexure test
Solid wood
Initiation fracture toughness
Propagation fracture test
Resistance curve
Journal Title
Engineering fracture mechanics
Volume
141
Start Page
140
End Page
151
ISSN
00137944
Published Date
2015-06
DOI
DOI Date
2017-01-17
NCID
AA11526219
Publisher
Elsevier
NII Type
Journal Article
Format
PDF
Rights
© 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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著者版
Gyoseki ID
e29493
OAI-PMH Set
Department of Architecture and production Design Engineering, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering
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