Fractography of Advanced Ceramics III

Volume 409

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.409

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Authors: George D. Quinn

Abstract: The evolution of the science of fractography of brittle materials initially was driven by failure analysis problems. Early analyses focused...

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Authors: Roger Morrell

Abstract: Using a variety of advanced ceramic materials, a comparison has been conducted of fracture toughness test methods using the single edge...

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Authors: Richard C. Bradt

Abstract: Evidence regarding a fracture event is absolutely and definitively recorded by Nature during the fracture process. That record is in the...

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Authors: Robert Danzer, Markus Lengauer, Domagoj Rubeša, Walter Harrer

Abstract: For hot rolling wires of high-alloyed steels or superalloys tools are nowadays made of ce¬mented carbides. In service they suffer from...

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Authors: Dov Sherman

Abstract: The phenomena occurring during rapid crack propagation in brittle single crystals were studied by cleaving silicon specimens on the low...

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Authors: Jakob Kuebler

Abstract: A measuring cone made of borosilicate glass mounted in a flowmeter failed after a life¬time of only a few months. Therefore, a failure...

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Authors: Susanne S. Scherrer, Janet B. Quinn, George D. Quinn

Abstract: The dental community is using a variety of ceramic restorative materials such as porcelains (leucite or alumina based), glass-ceramics...

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Authors: Jürgen Malzbender, Rolf W. Steinbrech, Egbert Wessel

Abstract: Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFCs) with electrical efficiencies above 50 % are considered as very promising option for future decentralized...

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