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This course contains the theory of principles and application of fracture mechanics. The fracture mechanics have a wide range of engineering design applications, including the analysis of brittle fracture of low-toughness structural materials and many non-metallic, and quantitative prediction of fatigue crack growth in a wide range of engineering materials. It will emphasize on the mathematical principles of linear elastic fracture mechanics and their application to engineering design. Student will conduct laboratory work with experiments using servo hydraulic fatigue testing machines and scanning electron microscopy.
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