Comprises two communications. Fracture Mechanics Technology presents contributions which cover the application of fracture mechanics
to hydro and electric machinery, offshore oil exploration equipment, pipelines and pressure vessels, nuclear reactor components, air,
land and sea vehicles, and many others. Mechanics and Physics of Fracture encourages publications on material damage leading
to crack growth or fracture in materials such as metal alloys, polymers, composites, rocks, ceramics, etc.