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It is worth while emphasising at the outset, here, that very often cracks are shari compared with the overall size of the component, and they may be small compared with the characteristic stress gradients present. In these cases, it may be possible to ignore the presence of the free boundaries completely, and the solution for an infinite plane may be satisfactory. In other cases, where the crack has initiated at a free surface, the presence of other remote boundaries may not be important, and a half-space solution may be all that is required.
2. 35) representing 5See Appendix B for a brief description of the principles underlying the Gauss-Chebyschev, and other, numerical quadratures used in the treatment of singular integral equations. 2 are of the Gauss-Chebyshev type - those pertaining to cases II and III are of the more general Gauss-Jacobi type. 42 CHAPTER 2. 36) where the set of N discrete integration points are given by Si = 1) 2i cos ( 1f~ = L .. 37) L .. N-1. N. It is a straightforward task to programme the system of equations and to use a computer library routine to invert the resulting N x N matrix.
G. 3. +1 I Singular I Bounded I I Singular I I I III . Bounded. II IV . I . 2: Gauss-Chebyshev quadrature formulae for Cauchy kernels we should note that, more generally, the behaviour of the unknown function may be either singular or bounded at the crack tips (or at the end points of the interval of integration). 1: case I refers to singular behaviour at both ends, cases II and III refer to singular at one end and bounded at the other, whilst case IV refers to a bounded density at both crack tips.