Development of a regression model for the life assessment of open-hole specimens with double through cracks utilizing stress intensity factor calculations via XFEM

2019-01-01
Shabestari, S. Sohrab Heidari
Kayran, Altan
Development of a regression model for the life assessment of open-hole specimens with double through cracks utilizing stress intensity factor calculations via XFEM

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Citation Formats
S. S. H. Shabestari and A. Kayran, “Development of a regression model for the life assessment of open-hole specimens with double through cracks utilizing stress intensity factor calculations via XFEM,” 2019, vol. 21, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/37526.