Effect of Stress State on the Ductile Fracture Behavior of Large-Scale Specimens / E. Roos, U. Eisele, H. Silcher
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- It is well-known from experimental investigations that at specific test conditions and specimen dimensions a sudden fracture, that is, a fracture without or after very confined plastic deformation, can occur even for materials that are characterized by small-specimen results as ¿̐ưtough materials.¿̐ư This effect usually is defined as a constraint effect without further explanation as to how to describe constraint.
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