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Mixed Mode I/III fatigue fracture characterization of Polyoxymethylene

GOSCH, A. BERER, M. HUTAŘ, P. SLÁVIK, O. VOJTEK, T. ARBEITER, F. PINTER, G.

Originální název

Mixed Mode I/III fatigue fracture characterization of Polyoxymethylene

Anglický název

Mixed Mode I/III fatigue fracture characterization of Polyoxymethylene

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en

Originální abstrakt

The crack growth behaviour of thermoplastic polymers is a relevant topic in current research. While a dominant portion of studies in fracture mechanics investigates Mode I loading situations, very little is done to better understand Mixed Mode crack growth, which can be equally important to accurate live time predictions of polymer parts. In this research, fatigue tests on cylindrically notched specimens were performed in Mixed Mode I/III loading and compared via the so called equivalent stress intensity factor. Under these loading conditions, a significant reduction of the cycles to fracture occurred compared to pure Mode I

Anglický abstrakt

The crack growth behaviour of thermoplastic polymers is a relevant topic in current research. While a dominant portion of studies in fracture mechanics investigates Mode I loading situations, very little is done to better understand Mixed Mode crack growth, which can be equally important to accurate live time predictions of polymer parts. In this research, fatigue tests on cylindrically notched specimens were performed in Mixed Mode I/III loading and compared via the so called equivalent stress intensity factor. Under these loading conditions, a significant reduction of the cycles to fracture occurred compared to pure Mode I

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@article{BUT159490,
  author="Anja {Gosch} and Michael {Berer} and Pavel {Hutař} and Ondrej {Slávik} and Tomáš {Vojtek} and Florian {Arbeiter} and Gerald {Pinter}",
  title="Mixed Mode I/III fatigue fracture characterization of Polyoxymethylene",
  annote="The crack growth behaviour of thermoplastic polymers is a relevant topic in current research. While a dominant portion of studies in fracture mechanics investigates Mode I loading situations, very little is done to better understand Mixed Mode crack growth, which can be equally important to accurate live time predictions of polymer parts. In this research, fatigue tests on cylindrically notched specimens were performed in Mixed Mode I/III loading and compared via the so called equivalent stress intensity factor. Under these loading conditions, a significant reduction of the cycles to fracture occurred compared to pure Mode I",
  address="Elseiver Ltd",
  chapter="159490",
  doi="10.1016/j.ijfatigue.2019.105269",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Elseiver Ltd",
  number="130",
  year="2020",
  month="january",
  pages="1--11",
  publisher="Elseiver Ltd",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}