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Alternatively, the essential work of fracture (EWF) concept has gained credibility as a method for evaluating the fracture properties of ductile polymers and tough composite materials because it requires less rigorous criteria and simple test protocol.
In this paper, essential work of fracture (EWF) tests for five polyethylene blown films are conducted.
Strength of fracture and work of fracture of cooked samples were adversely affected (pless than0.
The EWF approach separates the total work of fracture Wf into essential and inessential work components.
The total work of fracture is taken as the area under the stress-strain curve for a given specimen.
EWF approach, (first developed by Broberg (16) is based on the assumption that the total work of fracture.
In the past decades, the essential work of fracture (EWF) concept has been increasingly used to evaluate the plane stress toughness of ductile polymers, microcomposites, and nanocomposites (30), (31).
The concept of essential work of fracture (EWF) that was first proposed by Broberg (1) and later formulated by Cotterell and Reddel (2) has been increasingly used to determine plane-stress fracture toughness, especially for thin metal sheets.
The essential work of fracture (EWF) [1-5] is a concept for material toughness evaluation.