Comparison of static and dynamic energy release rates for different fracture specimens
Date of Original Version
Static and dynamic energy release rates were utilised to study energy losses away from the crack tip in three different fracture specimens during a dynamic fracture event. The method of analysis utilizes an energy balance in the system. The results show that a substantial amount of energy is lost away from the crack tip. Moreover the energy loss is found to be dependent on the specimen geometry and material. © 1983.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics
Shukla, Arun. "Comparison of static and dynamic energy release rates for different fracture specimens." Engineering Fracture Mechanics 18, 3 (1983): 725-730. doi:10.1016/0013-7944(83)90063-2.