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  • International Journal of Fracture

    CONTENTS OF VOLUME 75 (1996)

    381

    Vol. 75, No. 1, 1996

    Foreword

    COD of off-centred cracks in pipes under bending load: a geometrical solution N. BONORA

    Variation of stress intensity factor and crack opening displacement of semi-elliptical surface crack

    N.-A. NODA and S. MIYOSHI

    Growth behavior of internal delaminations in composite beam/plates under compression: effect of the end conditions

    G.A. KARDOMATEAS and A.A. PELEGRI

    Analysis of direct current potential field around multiple random cracks

    N. TADA, Y. HAYASHI, T. KITAMURA and R. OHTANI

    Order of the singular stress fields of through- thickness cracks A.Y.T. LEUNG and R.K.L. SU

    1-18

    19-48

    49-67

    69-84

    85-93

    Vol. 75, No. 2, 1996

    Analysis of stable crack growth in brittle materials. Part I: A process zone model D.K.M. SHUM

    Analysis of stable crack growth in brittle materials. Part II: A bridge zone model D.K.M. SHUM

    Finite-element analysis of selectively SiC fibre- reinforced titanium composites

    N. WANG, D.C. CARDONA and P. BOWEN

    Comments on mixed-mode fracture in adhesive joints

    R. DUER, D. KATEVATIS A.J. KINLOCH and J.G. WILLIAMS

    Near-tip fields and intensity factors for interfacial cracks in dissimilar anisotropic piezoelectric media H.G. BEOM and S.N. ATLURI

    95-114

    115-136

    137-155

    157-162

    163-183

  • 382 International Journal of Fracture

    VoL 75, No. 3, 1996

    Mode II fracture testing method for highly orthotropic materials like wood

    S. XU, H.W. REINHARDT and M. GAPPOEV 185-214

    Edge delamination of residually stressed thin films: viscoelastic effects A. KRISHNA 215-228

    Antiplane interaction of an anisotropic elliptic inclusion with an arbitrarily oriented crack C.K. CHAO and T.F. CHIANG 229-245

    Characterization of 2-dimensional crack propagation behavior by simulation and analysis

    B.-N. KIM, S. WAKAYAMA and M. KAWAHARA 247-259

    Dynamic stresses around two cracks placed symmetrically to a large crack S. ITOU 261-271

    Size effect predictions by fracture models for a refractory ceramic

    M.A.J. VAN GILS, L.J.M.G. DORTMANS, G. DE WITH, W.A.M. BREKELMANS and J.H.P. DE VREE 273-283

    VoL 75, No. 4, 1996

    Mode I fracture modeling of elastomer- toughened polymers

    M. TOHDOH, S.K. CHATURVEDI and R.L. SIERAKOWSKI 285-306

    Plastic zones in an orthotropic plate of finite width containing a Griffith crack

    H.T. DANYLUK, B.M. SINGH andJ. VRBIK 307-322

    The use of contstraint-modified failure assessment lines in failure assessment diagrams

    B.A. BILBY, I.C. HOWARD and Z.H. LI 323-334

    Bridge-toughening analysis of the penny crack in a fiber-reinforced composite with interfacial effect Z.J. WU and S.W. YU 335-346

    Fracture resistance to the crack propagation in wood

    S.E. STANZL-TSCHEGG, D.M. TAN and E.K. TSCHEGG 347-356

    Logarithmic singular stress field in a semi- infinite plate consisting of two edge-bonded wedges subjected to surface tractions D.-H. CHEN 357-378

    Author index 379