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The Dugdale model for a semiinfinite crack in a strip of twodimensional decagonal quasicrystals
Journal of Mathematical Physics
(Impact Factor: 1.18).
05/2011;
52(5):0535120535125.
DOI: 10.1063/1.3589242
ABSTRACT The problem of a semiinfinite crack in a strip is useful in materials science and engineering. The paper proposes a Dugdale model for the configuration of twodimensional decagonal quasicrystals. Through the complex variable method, we obtain the exact solution of the problem. The plastic zone and the crack tip opening displacement and the most important physical quantity, stress intensity factor, can be expressed in quite a simple form.

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