Recently, nonlinear fracture mechanics was applied to analyze concrete structures more accurately, and new materials property such as fracture energy(Gf) was used for its application. The fracture energy was influenced by many parameters, especially the strength of concrete. Many researches on the relation between the strength of concrete and the fracture energy were performed. In spite of many researches on the relation between the strength of concrete and the fracture energy, there is no distinct conclusion. This research includes various the strength levels from low-strength of concrete to high-strength, and then intends to estimate relation between the strength of concrete and the fracture energy. Concrete used crushed sand is also included, which is going to be used much. In this research, the wedge splitting test method proposed by Prof. Linsbauer is adopted to investigate the fracture energy. Fracture behavior of concrete used natrual sand and crushed sand has the similar trend. In the strength range of 200~500 kg/, the fracture energy and the maximum splitting forces(F) increase as the strength of concrete increases. In the range of the higher strength, however, the maximum splitting forces(F) increases but the fracture energy decreases as the strength of concrete increases. Through this investigation the fracture energy of concrete was not proportional to the strength of concrete.