Fast Fracture - Plate with an Edge Crack.xls

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The darker area characterised by beach marks shows how the crack has grown from repeated loading. This crack growth phenomenon is called fatigue.  When the crack gets to a critical size the part suffers a sudden fast fracture through the remaining section. This stress intensity calculation determines the critical crack size for fast fracture for a selection of metals, ceramics, polymers and composites.  The calculation works for the following systems of units Fundamental, SI, SI (mm), US Unit (ft) and US Unit (in).

Calculation Reference
Material Science and Engineering: An Introduction, 3rd Edition, William Calister
Mechanical Behavior of Materials: Engineering Methods for Deformation, Fracture, and Fatigue, Norman E. Dowling
Mechanical Behavior of Materials: Engineering Methods for Deformation, Fracture, and Fatigue, Norman E. Dowling
Physical Metallurgy Principles, Robert E. Reed-Hill

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13 Jan 2011
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John Doyle
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Comments: 2
JohnDoyle[Admin] 7 years ago
This download requires that our XLC software is installed. This would give rise to the #name errors you describe.
bzz 7 years ago
Hello, I'm getting the following error when I open the file:
"This workbook contains defined names that conflict with valid cell references. To correct this issues, underscores have been added to the defined names that conflict with the cell references..."
Then I get "NAME" errors in the calculation cells.
I don't see any obvious fixes and also don't see any underscores. Does anyone know how to fix this? Thanks.