Axisymmetric crack problem of thick-walled cylinder with loadings on crack surfaces
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CitationAydın, L., and Artem, H. S. (2008). Axisymmetric crack problem of thick-walled cylinder with loadings on crack surfaces. Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 75(6), 1294-1309. doi:10.1016/j.engfracmech.2007.07.016
This study is concerned with the fracture of an infinite thick-walled cylinder. The inner surface of the cylinder is stress free and the outer is rigidly fixed. The cylinder having a ring-shaped crack located at the symmetry plane is subjected to distributed compressive load on its surfaces. The Hankel and Fourier transform techniques are used for the solution of the field equations. By applying the boundary conditions, the singular integral equation in terms of crack surface displacement derivative is derived. By using an appropriate quadrature formula, the integral equation is reduced to a system of linear algebraic equations. Numerical results are obtained for the stress intensity factors at the edges of the crack, surfaces of which are subjected to uniform, linear and parabolic load distributions.