Volume headings and selected papers: Preface. Volume 1: Failure Analysis, Remaining Life Assessment, Life Extension and Repair. Linking scales in fracture mechanics (J.W. Hutchinson). Creep-fatigue crack growth in power-plant materials and components (A. Saxena). Design for cyclic loading in transport (R.A. Smith). Experimental and numerical investigations on ductile-to-brittle transition in a carbon steel (Cheng Yan, Yiu-Wing Mai, Shang-Xian Wu). Interaction between hydrogen diffusion and crack growth in hydrogen assisted cracking (J. Toribio, V. Kharin). The role of oxidation on the creep behaviour of a commercial purity nickel (M.C. Pandey, S. Srinivas). Prediction of fatigue interaction from static creep and high frequency fatigue crack growth data (K. Nikbin, J. Radon). Failure analysis of adhesively bonded joints (C.H. Wang, L.R.F. Rose). Volume 2: Failure of Multiphase and Non-Metallic Materials. Analyses of debonding in metal ceramic systems (V. Tvergaard). Interface and deformation micromechanisms in composite materials (Sri Bandyopadhyay). Fracture of fiber-reinforced ceramics at elevated temperatures (J. Llorca, M. Elices). Failure of cohesive granular materials (S. Van Baars). Fracture behaviour of reinforced ultra high strength concrete beams with stirrups (J.P. Ulfkjoer et al.). Analysis of contact stresses in ceramic laminates (X.Z. Hu, H. Wang). Volume 3: Fatigue of Metallic and Non-Metallic Materials and Structures. On the growth of fatigue cracks in advanced ceramics and intermetallics (R.O. Ritchie). Fatigue design in engineering materials (J.F. Knott). Fatigue and fracture retardation using a thermo-mechanical method (Y.C. Lam). Fatigue crack growth in particle-reinforced metal matrix composites (F. Ellyin). Influence of moist atmospheres on fatigue crack propagation (J. Petit et al.). Probabilistic mechanics modeling of fatigue crack growth and fracture (A.B.O.