ZTA Ceramics Tensile Fracture Test Analysis under Ultrasonic Vibration Based on Nonlocal Theory

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The nonlocal theory was introduced to establish the nonlocal constitutive model and analyze the effect of ultrasonic on the tensile strength and fracture surface microstructure. ZTA ceramics tensile fracture experimental results show that the tensile stress obviously reduces and the fracture changes under ultrasonic vibration. The experimental results are coincided with theoretical analyses.

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Zhanqiang Liu, Yi Wan, Qinghua Song and Zhenyu Shi

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456-459

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B. Zhao et al., "ZTA Ceramics Tensile Fracture Test Analysis under Ultrasonic Vibration Based on Nonlocal Theory", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 723, pp. 456-459, 2012

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June 2012

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