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Question on Fatigue crack growth C and m Paris Law

Are m and C in the paris law equation dependant on the material property or geometry?

For example if using the same material with different thickness, do the C and m values change? For clarity assume centre notched plates, with different plate thicknesses but same material (steel or aluminium).

 

I appreciate your time.

 

 

Mike Ciavarella's picture

A seminar at Paris VI inst. d'alembert - One, no one, and one hundred thousand crack propagation equations: thursday June 5th. 1

Prof Jean -Baptiste Leblond (http://www.lmm.jussieu.fr/~leblond/)

kindly invited me to give a seminar at Inst. d'alembert - Paris VI

Thursday June 5th. 11h30am --- I take the chance to invite a few people: http://www.lmm.jussieu.fr/~neukirch/people/seminaire/


One, no one, and one hundred thousand crack propagation equations: have we learned the lesson of Barenblatt and Botvina?

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