Crack propagation analysis using boundary element method

S. Hirose, D. Inoue, T. Taniguchi

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Abstract

Static and dynamic crack propagation problems are solved by using a boundary element method (BEM). The BEM is based on the traction integral formulation, in which unknown terms are crack opening displacements distributed on the crack surface. In the BEM analysis, only the crack surface is divided into elements, and thus a crack growth process can be pursued by adding a new boundary element to a crack tip. Two numerical examples are presented. One is a quasi-static propagation of multiple fatigue cracks. The other is a dynamic propagation of a two-dimensional antiplane shear crack.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationComputational Mechanics
PublisherPubl by A.A. Balkema
Pages933-938
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)9054100311
Publication statusPublished - 1991
EventProceedings of the Asian Pacific Conference on Computational Mechanics - Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Duration: Dec 11 1991Dec 13 1991

Other

OtherProceedings of the Asian Pacific Conference on Computational Mechanics
CityHong Kong, Hong Kong
Period12/11/9112/13/91

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Boundary element method
Crack propagation
Cracks
Crack tips

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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Hirose, S., Inoue, D., & Taniguchi, T. (1991). Crack propagation analysis using boundary element method. In Computational Mechanics (pp. 933-938). Publ by A.A. Balkema.

Crack propagation analysis using boundary element method. / Hirose, S.; Inoue, D.; Taniguchi, T.

Computational Mechanics. Publ by A.A. Balkema, 1991. p. 933-938.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Hirose, S, Inoue, D & Taniguchi, T 1991, Crack propagation analysis using boundary element method. in Computational Mechanics. Publ by A.A. Balkema, pp. 933-938, Proceedings of the Asian Pacific Conference on Computational Mechanics, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 12/11/91.
Hirose S, Inoue D, Taniguchi T. Crack propagation analysis using boundary element method. In Computational Mechanics. Publ by A.A. Balkema. 1991. p. 933-938
Hirose, S. ; Inoue, D. ; Taniguchi, T. / Crack propagation analysis using boundary element method. Computational Mechanics. Publ by A.A. Balkema, 1991. pp. 933-938
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