The Universal Journal of Fracture Mechanics covers activity and development in the field of fracture mechanics in industrial, academic and government organizations. Research of the fracture behavior of conventional and new engineering material systems, like for example new technology composites, mechanics and materials science of fracture and fatigure related to fracture mechanics is included. Contributions can be either analytical, experimental or numerical. Newly computational methods of fracture mechanics, as well as microscopic and macroscopic models are of prime interest. The papers published should present innovative analytical and numerical methods and novel experimental methods, as well as non-linear methods and results, which should be far beyond the current "state of art".

 

Volume 1 (2013)

1. Fracture Mechanics Analysis by the Universal Stress Intensity Factors for Next Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft

 Pages 1-16

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Universal Fracture Mechanics by the Generalized Sokhotski - Plemelj Formulas for Finite-Part Singular Integrals

 Pages 17-26

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Cracks with Interfacial Bonds Bending of a Strip (Beam) by Non-linear Singular Integrodifferential Equations

 Pages 27-40

 V.M. Mirsalimov, R.A. Allahverdiyev

 

 

Volume 2 (2014)

1. Universal Fracture Mechanics for Future Spacecraft with no Speed Limits

 Pages 1-19

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Next Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft by Universal Fracture Mechanics

 Pages 20-38

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Application of the Peak-Load Method to CT and WS Tests for Determining Non-linear Fracture Parameters of Concrete

 Pages 39-51

 R. Ince

 

 

Volume 3 (2015)

1. Universal Mechanics & Universal Fracture Mechanics for the Stress Intensity Factors of the Future Aircraft & Spacecraft

 Pages 1-19

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Universal Stress Intensity Factors for New Century Spacecraft

 Pages 20-38

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Non-linear Singular Integral Equations for Porous Medium Analysis in Hydraulic Fracturing

 Pages 39-50

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

Volume 4 (2016)

1. Four-dimensional Porous Medium Analysis by Non-linear Singular Integral Equations in Hydraulic Fracturing

 Pages 1-12

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Relative Stress Intensity Factors by Universal Fracture Mechanics for Next Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft

 Pages 13-31

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Relative & Universal Stress Intensity Factors for Next Generation Spacecraft with no Speed Limits

 Pages 32-50

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

4. Universal Fracture Mechanics for Non-linear Frames

 Pages 51-69

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

5. Thermomechanical Coupling & Dynamic Crack Propagation

 Pages 70-85

 Z. Soumahoro, H. Maigre

 

 

Volume 5 (2017)

1. Non-linear Singular Integral Equations used in Petroleum Hydraulic Fracturing by 4-D Porous Medium Analysis

 Pages 1-12

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. New Generation Aircraft & Spacecraft by Universal Fracture Mechanics

 Pages 13-31

 E.G.Ladopoulos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 

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