Set. The Stress Intensity Factors Handbook was first published in 1987 as a two volume edition by the Committee on Fracture Mechanics of the Society of Materials Science, Japan. In 1992 the information contained in the first and second volumes was updated and published as a single volume edition. Since then a large number of additional stress intensity factors have been developed, and by 1999 the Committee on Fracture Mechanics felt it was time to publish a third edition in order to include this new information.
The handbook is considered by engineers and investigators in the field of Fracture Mechanics as the most comprehensive and reliable source of information available on stress intensity factors. This new edition provides this information in two volumes.
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