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Valentin, L. J. Gustafsson, A. Ranta-Maunus, S. Gowda, RILEM state-of-the-art report on fracture mechanics, VTT Report 1262, Espoo, Finland July 1991 4. 1. Introduction The always applied singularity approach of fracture mechanics contains no physical failure criterion for the ultimate state because stresses go to infinity at the singularity and therefore energy methods are necessary and additional models to constitute such failure criteria as for instance the J-integral to determine the strain energy release rate and the fictitious crack models to obtain finite ultimate stresses etc.
5 as follows from the test data given in . 7 and dowel diameters of 10 and 24 mm. 5 nc and not splitting but flow of the connection is determining for failure reaching the in  theoretical explained high embedding strength by hardening as to be expected for the always sufficient high spreading possibility of one- (or two-) dowel joints. The same applies for the 1 and 2 dowel joints of the Karlsruhe investigation. Splitting then is not the cause of failure but the result of post-failure behaviour due to continued extension by the testing device.
Wood with small defects, is the same as the failure criterion of notched wood, showing again that the small-crack extension towards the macrocrack tip is the cause of macro-crack propagation. This small-crack failure criterion thus delivers essential information on macro-crack behaviour. 2. 3). The second degree polynomial part of the failure criterion is shown to be the orthotropic critical distortional energy principle for initial yield  showing the start of 32 T. A. C. M. van der Put dissipation of elastic distortional energy as also confirmed by the orthotropic finite element calculation of .