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1Lecture 01: Theoretical StrengthDownload
2Lecture 13: Ductile Fracture Mechanisms_TunnelingDownload
3Lecture 02: Stress Based Approach (Inglis)Download
4Lecture 03: Energy Based Approach (Griifith)Download
5Lecture 04: Mode of Deformation and Stress Distribution Ahead of Crack TipDownload
6Lecture 05: Stress TriaxialityDownload
7Lecture 06: Plastic Zone SizeDownload
8Lecture 07: Plastic Zone Size and Shape (contd.)Download
9Lecture 08: Stress Intensity Factors for Different GeometriesDownload
10Lecture 09: Fracture ToughnessDownload
11Lecture 10: Fracture Toughness MeasurementDownload
12Lecture 11: Fracture MechanismsDownload
13Lecture 12: Ductile Fracture MechanismsDownload
14Lecture 14: Cleavage FractureDownload
15Lecture 15: Fracture Mechanisms (Images)Download
16Lecture 16: Fatigue (Stress Parameters)Download
17Lecture 17: Fatigue Testing (S-N curve)Download
18Lecture 18: Low and High Cycle FatigueDownload
19Lecture 19: Fatigue Crack InitiationDownload
20Lecture 20: Fatigue Crack PropagationDownload
21Lecture 21 : Fatigue Striations, Beachmarks and ImagesDownload
22Download
23Lecture 23 : Deformation of Composites - ContinuedDownload
24Lecture 24 : Toughening of CeramicsDownload
25Lecture 25 : Fracture in PolymersDownload
26Lecture 26 : Creep FundamentalsDownload
27Lecture 27 : Creep ModelsDownload

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7Lecture 06: Plastic Zone SizePDF unavailable
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9Lecture 08: Stress Intensity Factors for Different GeometriesPDF unavailable
10Lecture 09: Fracture ToughnessPDF unavailable
11Lecture 10: Fracture Toughness MeasurementPDF unavailable
12Lecture 11: Fracture MechanismsPDF unavailable
13Lecture 12: Ductile Fracture MechanismsPDF unavailable
14Lecture 14: Cleavage FracturePDF unavailable
15Lecture 15: Fracture Mechanisms (Images)PDF unavailable
16Lecture 16: Fatigue (Stress Parameters)PDF unavailable
17Lecture 17: Fatigue Testing (S-N curve)PDF unavailable
18Lecture 18: Low and High Cycle FatiguePDF unavailable
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21Lecture 21 : Fatigue Striations, Beachmarks and ImagesPDF unavailable
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23Lecture 23 : Deformation of Composites - ContinuedPDF unavailable
24Lecture 24 : Toughening of CeramicsPDF unavailable
25Lecture 25 : Fracture in PolymersPDF unavailable
26Lecture 26 : Creep FundamentalsPDF unavailable
27Lecture 27 : Creep ModelsPDF unavailable


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