Evaluation of power-logarithmic singularities, T-stresses and higher order terms of in-plane singular stress fields at cracks and multi-material corners

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The scaled boundary finite-element method is extended to analyze the in-plane singular stress fields at cracks and multi-material corners. A complete singular stress field is represented semi-analytically as a series of matrix power functions of the radial coordinate originating from the singular point. This method is capable of directly evaluating orders of singularity, stress intensity factors, T-stresses, higher order terms, angular distributions of stresses for each term and, if present, power-logarithmic singularities. In this method, the singular functions are represented analytically and are not evaluated close to the singular point. Numerical examples are calculated to demonstrate the simplicity and to evaluate the accuracy of the scaled boundary finite-element method.
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Song, Chongmin
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2005
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UNSW Faculty