Analysis and Mechanics. Fourth International Conference on by D.M. R. Taplin

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1 h initial crack tip I 30 20 25 A I DISTANCE FROM CENTRE OF CRACK, x (mm) Figure 6 Shape of the crack as measured after 40 percent crack growth 31 Fracture 1977, Volume 3, ICF4, Waterloo, Canada, June 19 - 24, 1977 SELF-SIMILAR PRESSURE PROFILES IN THE SYMMETRICALLY EXTENDING PLANE CRACK Finn Ouchterlony* INTRODUCTION Much of the author's recent work has involved Fracture Mechanics analysis of rock destruction. In one case, the different stages of the breaking process in rock blasting were modelled by various static radial crack systems in [1].

VL 2 (v)f(v) . (18) The squared factor in equation (17) is denoted I(v,q) and must be evaluated numerically. 000 and that confirms equation (3). It is also possible to deduce other limiting forms for g(v,q). From equation (12) there follows that for an infinitely peaked pressure dis­ tribution the normalized energy release rate is given by lim g(v,q) = ^ q-*» [M(v)/L(v)-l]2/f(v) . (19) For a s t a t i c crack the r e s u l t s of Sih et al [13] y i e l d the formula [ oo -. 2 Cq+1) Z ( - l ) k ( l / 2 ) k / ( q + l / 2 ) k + 1 , where the expression ( ) ^ denotes the Pochhammer's symbol.

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