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In many structures, cracks may appear during manufacturing process or in service. Stress intensity factor is used in fracture mechanics to more accurately predict the stress state (stress intensity) near the tip of the crack caused by remote load or residual stresses. In this work a rectangular plate with central hole & two cracks emanating from his hole is analyzed for remote tensile loading. Stress Intensity Factor is determined for this configuration using finite element based softwaredoi:10.9790/1684-15008020217-23 fatcat:nutpmu473reerb2pmlblngfkyi