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R e n- , = d "a d e + \ a d A* sin(0 + \P) Jo )nd sim/'cosfl Ie cos^sin0 sin(0 + 0) 7 f V <* 7 + f JO 8lIc (5a) 1 r d A2 J ndcoti L (5b) Note that 5 Ic and 5 I Ic are not material constants as they depend on the ratio r/cr. When 6 = 0° Eq. (1) is recovered from Eq. (5a) and is the mode I specific essential work of fracture. When 6 = 90° Eq. (5b) represents the pure mode II specific essential fracture work. Out of plane ductile tearing or mode III fracture of thin section materials can be best conducted on a 2-leg geometry as shown in Figure 4.
9) and (10). One important condition for these techniques to be valid is that the ligament length (in mode I and mixed mode I/II) or the leg width (in mode III) must be fully yielded before crack initiation and/or propagation takes place. There are other geometric conditions which need also to be satisfied and they are given in earlier publications [1-10]. For the specific essential work of fracture to be a material property we have also shown that with varying specimen geometries so that the plastic work term is varied the same specific essential work is obtained on extrapolating to zero ligament length .
K. Lange and G. Du, Proceedings NAMRC, 17,1989. 11. S. Kobayashi, S. I. Oh and T. Altan, "Metal Forming and the Finite Element Method", Oxford University Press, 1989. 12. Beom-Soo Kang, J. Materials Processing Technology, 27,213 (1991). 13. Metals Handbook, Forming and Forging, American Society of Metals. Ninth Edition, H, 94. B. V. All rights reserved. 49 ON THE PLANE STRESS ESSENTIAL FRACTURE WORK IN PLASTIC FAILURE OF DUCTILE MATERIALS Yiu-Wing Mai Centre for Advanced Materials Technology Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Sydney Sydney 2006, Australia ABSTRACT In plane stress ductile fracture the irreversible work dissipated inside the fracture process zone (FPZ) is a material constant for a given sheet thickness and is called the specific essential fracture work (w e).