Applied Abstract Algebra by Joyner D., Kreminski R., Turisco J.

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2 (a) Schematic of the parameterized description of the interface traction profile in the process zone, where the length of the arrows indicate the magnitude of the traction. e. tc, xc, and x0, where x0 is the position at the interface of first deviation from elastic interface behavior, while tc is the maximum traction, which occurs at interface position xc and which corresponds to the critical opening delta. The CTOD profile (d) results directly from the optimized displacement field reconstructed by the I-GDIC algorithm.

Because of this, the signal received by the sensor placed on top of the delaminated part will be affected by the length of the crack as it propagates. The latter implies that mode conversion could be potentially very informative for continual monitoring of crack growth. However, as mentioned above, the knowledge of the pre-stressed condition of the sample caused by the applied loads might be also important for the analysis of guided wave propagation. Recently, the acoustoelasticity theory was employed in a number of studies to investigate the influence of uniform axial stresses on GW signals in beams and plates [10, 11].

2) ! u 2[ 5 Integrated Global Digital Image Correlation for Interface Delamination Characterization 29 Fig. 2 (a) Schematic of the parameterized description of the interface traction profile in the process zone, where the length of the arrows indicate the magnitude of the traction. e. tc, xc, and x0, where x0 is the position at the interface of first deviation from elastic interface behavior, while tc is the maximum traction, which occurs at interface position xc and which corresponds to the critical opening delta.

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