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Lattice Models of Fracture (University of Texas at Austin)
This dataverse contains code used to calculate properties of cracks in lattices
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Apr 6, 2019
Marder, Michael, 2019, "Mode I Fracture in Triangular Lattice",, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V2
This dataset contains code to compute properties of Mode I cracks running in steady state in a triangular lattice. This version of the code was used to prepare graphs for a submission in 2019 to Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A in honor of Leonid Slepyan. There a...
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This code computes the relationship between driving force (Delta, equivalently strip displacement, equivalently stress intensity factor) and steady crack speed
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Input file for kelvin_integrate
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These are some notes describing some errors in the main publication describing the theory behind this code. They were never really published.
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Needed by FFTW
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Main source file. To compile also need FFTW3
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Maxima file that produced much of the code
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Numerical Recipes supporting routine
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Numerical Recipes supporting routine
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