Typical stress factors

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  • In this paper, an interaction integral method for calculating the T-stress for two-dimensional crack problems using the extended radial point interpolation method (XRPIM) is presented. Typical advantages of RPIM shape function are the satisfactions of the Kronecker’s delta property and the high-order continuity.

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  • The three-dimensional crystal structure of recombinant annexin Gh1 fromGossypium hirsutum(cotton fibre) has been determined and refined to the finalR-factor of 0.219 at the resolution of 2.1 A ˚ . This plant annexin consists of the typicalannexin fold and is similar to the previously solved bell pepper annexinAnx24(Ca32), but significant differences are seen when compared to the structure of nonplant annexins.

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  • Composites or composite materials are a combination of materials which provide different physical characteristics than either material separately. Composite material research within mechanical engineering typically focuses on designing (and, subsequently, finding applications for) stronger or more rigid materials while attempting to reduce weight, susceptibility to corrosion, and other undesirable factors. Carbon fiber reinforced composites, for instance, have been used in such diverse applications as spacecraft and fishing rods....

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  • In this present, apply an extended meshfree radial point interpolation method (XRPIM) for analyzing crack behaviour in 2D orthotropic materials models. The thin plate spline (TPS) radial basis function (RBF) is used for constructing the RPIM shape functions. Typical advantages of using RBF are the satisfaction of the Kronecker’s delta property and the high-order continuity.

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