Dynamic ductile crack propagation analyses of pre-existing circumferential through cracks in a large pipe subjected to uniaxial tension were conducted by a finite difference dynamic shell code. These dynamic results together with the results of previous dynamic ductile circumferential crack propagation suggest that crack propagation in the presence of large-scale yielding is controlled mainly by the rotary inertia of the two fracturing pipe segments.
Further Numerical Studies on Dynamic Circumferential Crack Propagation in a Large Pipe
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Awaji, H., Kobayashi, A. S., Emery, A. F., Love, W. J., Perl, M., and Kistler, B. L. (May 1, 1981). "Further Numerical Studies on Dynamic Circumferential Crack Propagation in a Large Pipe." ASME. J. Pressure Vessel Technol. May 1981; 103(2): 200–201. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3263387
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