Stresses near an arbitrarily oriented inclusion in a half-space

Gürsoy, Alpaslan


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© 2022 Elsevier LtdThis article presents analytical solution procedures for moving Hertzian contact problems involving multi-layer and functionally graded coatings. A frictional circular punch is assumed to slide down the surface of the coating with a specified velocity. Formulation is based on wave equations of plane elasticity, and reduced to a singular integral equation by Galilean and Fourier transformations. Developed procedures are verified through comparisons to the findings available in the literatu...
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In this paper, general closest point projection algorithm is derived for the elastoplastic behavior of a cross-section of a beam finite element. For given section deformations, the section forces (stress resultants) and the section tangent stiffness matrix are obtained as the response for the cross-section. Backward Euler time integration rule is used for the solution of the nonlinear evolution equations. The solution yields the general closest projection algorithm for stress resultants plasticity model. Al...
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Stresses and deflections of abutments induced by various loadings were analyzed with a two-dimensional finite element model. The biomechanic system consisted of the mandibular posterior three-unit fixed partial denture (FPD). Four different loading types were analyzed: (1) a distributed force of 600 N; (2) concentrated nonaxial and (3) axial 300 N forces at the marginal ridge of the molar; and (4) a concentrated vertical 300 N force at the center of the pontic. All computations were conducted for three diff...
Cracks faster than the shear wave speed
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Classical dynamic fracture theories predict the surface wave speed to be the limiting speed for propagation of in-plane cracks in homogeneous, Linear elastic materials subjected to remote Loading. This report presents experimental evidence to the contrary. Intersonic shear-dominated crack growth featuring shear shock waves was observed along weak planes in a brittle polyester resin under far-field asymmetric loading. When steady-state conditions were attained, the shear cracks propagated at speeds close to ...
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A. Gürsoy, “Stresses near an arbitrarily oriented inclusion in a half-space,” Middle East Technical University, 1990.