Fracture strength and damage resistance of slip cast Y-TZP/Ce-TZP layered composites
Park, H. C., Yang, T. Y. and Stevens, R., 2003. Fracture strength and damage resistance of slip cast Y-TZP/Ce-TZP layered composites. Journal of Materials Science, 38 (3), pp. 561-564.
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Asymmetric, three- and symmetric five-layer Y-TZP/Ce-TZP composites have been prepared by sequential slip casting and pressureless sintering at 1400-1600degreesC in air. The three- layer material sintered at 1500degreesC showed the maximum fracture strength (534 MPa), measured by a diametral compression test and failed by the triple-cleft mode of fracture. Contact damage resistance was superior in three- layer composite compared with five-layer, possibly due to the development of relatively large residual compressive stress. (C) 2003 Kluwer Academic Publishers.
|Creators||Park, H. C., Yang, T. Y. and Stevens, R.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
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