Plastic strains and energy density in cracked plates - Part I-experimental technique and results To facilitate presentation of data and comparison to available theory, this paper is divided into two parts: the first is primarily concerned with experimental procedure and results; and the second is concerned with correlation of data to elastic theory and a discussion of ductile fracture in light of

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