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6). ref Two peaks appear in the temporal evolution of d(z h , z h ) (dotted line in Fig. 6). 5 crack propagation starts in data without the effect. Those peaks show the time when the difference in crack path starts. t = 10 t = 20 ref t = 30 t = 40 ref Fig. 5 u h − u h (upper) shows the difference of displacement u, and z h − z h the difference of phase field (crack shape) z (bottom) shows Phase Field Crack Growth Model with Hydrogen Embrittlement Fig. 2 0 0 10 20 time 30 40 50 5 Concluding Remarks A complex model of the crack growth is proposed, and shows some numerical results with some simple assumptions of the hydrogen embrittlement and faster diffusivity on crack surface.
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