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# FRACT-108

Course Number: MECH 471, Fall 2009

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FRACTURE, FATIGUE AND MECHANICAL RELIABILITY PART I An Introduction to Fracture Mechanics by James W. Provan Spring 2008 Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Victoria Victoria, BC, Canada Part I-1 1. INTRODUCTION Materials used in the construction of most engineering components are chosen according to their mechanical (as well as their chemical and electrical) properties so that they may...

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