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12) adjust a bilinear cohesive law to compact tension specimen made of carbon fiber reinforced polymer cross ply laminate composite.
Compact Tension (C(T)) and Middle Tension (M(T)) specimen configurations are supported in a variety of sizes.
The compact tension (CT) specimen is widely used in determining the fracture toughness of bone and other biomaterials.
IC] was measured using compact tension testing, in which the notch effect can be eliminated.
All tension fatigue experiments were performed using compact tension specimens.
IC], were determined using a compact tension (CT) sample according to a modified ASTM E399-83 procedure for one-crack propagation (7).
Compact tension specimens and dynamic mechanical 3-point bend specimens were machined from the rectangular castings.