Engineering Transactions, 31, 2, pp. 203-211, 1983

Experimental Study of Cracked Knee of Frame

H.P. Rossmanith
Institute of Mechanics and Institute of Statics and Strength of Materials, Technical University of Vienna, Vienna
Poland

R.J. Beer
Institute of Mechanics and Institute of Statics and Strength of Materials, Technical University of Vienna, Vienna
Poland

Fracture mechanics and photoelastic methods are utilized to determine correction functions for stress intensity factors for cracked knees of frame. A simple engineering method of analysis is demonstrated.

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