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Fracture Mechanics: Nineteenth Symposium
Oak Ridge National Laboratory mT «^ nntn ->-, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37831 Tl86 004821 The series of pressurized-thermal-shock experiments at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory was motivated by a concern for the behavior of flaws in reactor pressure vessels having welds or shells exhibiting low upper-shelf Charpy impact energies, ^8 J or less. Evaluations of overcooling accidents, however, involved consideration of other complexities that had not been explored under particularly realisticdoi:10.1520/stp33105s fatcat:tpzoz4kxmrhgffrze4w6fsf6hu