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GENETİK PROGRAMLAMA KULLANILARAK YAYGIN ÇATLAK TİPLERİNİN J-İNTEGRALİNİN BİRLEŞİK FORMÜLASYONU

UNIFIED FORMULATION OF J-INTEGRAL FOR COMMON CRACK TYPES USING GENETIC PROGRAMMING

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This study proposes Genetic Programming (GP) as a new tool for the analysis and formulation of the J-integral for the opening mode of fracture mechanics. The proposed GP formulation is based on extensive Finite Element (FE) results. A GP based J-integral formulation for the three different geometries which are commonly used in fracture mechanics has been obtained. The results of this study are very promising.
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Bu çalışmada, kırılma mekaniğinde açılma moduna göre J-integralin analiz ve formülasyonu için yeni bir araç olarak Genetik Programlamadan (GP) faydalanılmıştır. Önerilen GP formülasyonu kapsamlı Sonlu Eleman (SE) sonuçlarına dayanmaktadır. Kırılma mekaniğinde yaygın kullanımı olan üç farklı geometri için GP’ ya bağlı bir J-integral formülü elde edilmiştir. Çalışmanın sonuçları oldukça ümit vericidir.

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