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Em 388f - Fracture Mechanics

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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN EM 388F Fracture Mechanics Spring 2004 SYLLABUS UNIQUE NUMBERS 12165 TIME TTh 2 00pm 3 30pm ROOM WRW 312 INSTRUCTOR Rui Huang WRW 117D 471 7558 ruihuang mail utexas edu OFFICE HOURS Open SYNOPSIS Fracture involves processes at multiple time and length scales Fracture Mechanics is an interdisciplinary field of engineering and science requiring understanding from the viewpoints of solid mechanics material science physics and chemistry This course covers the basic topics including energy balance crack tip fields toughness dissipative processes and subcritical cracking Fracture processes are then examined as they occur in some modern technologies such as advanced ceramics coatings composites and integrated circuits PREREQUISITES None TEXTBOOKS Not required Recommended References M F Kanninen and C H Popelar Advanced Fracture Mechanics Oxford University Press 1985 B Lawn Fracture of Brittle Solids Cambridge University Press 1975 1993 J W Hutchinson and Z Suo Mixed mode cracking in layered materials Advances in Applied Mechanics 29 63 191 1992 Z Suo Reliability of Interconnect Structures pp 265 324 in Volume 8 Interfacial and Nanoscale Failure W Gerberich W Yang Editors Comprehensive Structural Integrity I Milne R O Ritchie B Karihaloo Editors in Chief to be published Preprint available at http www deas harvard edu suo Publication 139 Other References D Broek Elementary Engineering Fracture Mechanics Kluwer Academic Publishers R W Hertzberg Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials John Wiley L B Freund Dynamic Fracture Mechanics Cambridge University Press S Suresh Fatigue of Materials Cambridge University Press H Tada P C Paris G R Irwin The Stress Analysis of Cracks Handbook ASME Press R E Peterson Stress Concentration Factors John Wiley EM 388F Course Syllabus Unique No 12165 Spring 2004 TOPICS Elements of elasticity 3 Strength based design Field equations Stress concentration Energy balance 4 Griffith theory Surface



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