This review article (Part II) is a sequel to an earlier one (Part I) that dealt with means of removal and interpretation of stress singularities in elasticity, as well as their asymptotic and numerical analysis. It reviews contributions to the literature that have actually effected asymptotic identifications of possible stress singularities for specific configurations. For the most part, attention is focused on 2D elastostatic configurations with constituent materials being homogeneous and isotropic. For such configurations, the following types of stress singularity are identified: power singularities with both real and complex exponents, logarithmic intensification of power singularities with real exponents, pure logarithmic singularities, and log-squared singularities. These identifications are reviewed for the in-plane loading of angular elastic plates comprised of a single material in Section 2, and for such plates comprised of multiple materials in Section 3. In Section 4, singularity identifications are examined for the out-of-plane shear of elastic wedges comprised of single and multiple materials, and for the out-of-plane bending of elastic plates within the context of classical and higher-order theory. A review of stress singularities identified for other geometries is given in Section 5, axisymmetric and 3D configurations being considered. A limited examination of the stress singularities identified for other field equations is given as well in Section 5. The paper closes with an overview of the status of singularity identification within elasticity. This Part II of the review has 227 references.

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