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URČOVÁNÍ MODULŮ PRUŽNOSTI TENKÝCH VRSTEV

Original Title

URČOVÁNÍ MODULŮ PRUŽNOSTI TENKÝCH VRSTEV

Czech Title

URČOVÁNÍ MODULŮ PRUŽNOSTI TENKÝCH VRSTEV

Language

cs

Original Abstract

The authors present a measuring method for tension and compression elasticity moduli evaluation at materials used in thin layers. The method is based on a four-point-bending test realized using a beam with rectangular cross section. Strains are measured on the upper and lower sides of the beam using electric resistance strain gauges. A mathematical theory was derived enabling to evaluate elasticity moduli in tension and compression from the measured strains by a solution of a system of two algebraic equations. The method is convenient for evaluation of elastic moduli at plasmatic coatings where a inter-layer must be created between the plasmatic coating and the basic material in some cases, as well.

Czech abstract

The authors present a measuring method for tension and compression elasticity moduli evaluation at materials used in thin layers. The method is based on a four-point-bending test realized using a beam with rectangular cross section. Strains are measured on the upper and lower sides of the beam using electric resistance strain gauges. A mathematical theory was derived enabling to evaluate elasticity moduli in tension and compression from the measured strains by a solution of a system of two algebraic equations. The method is convenient for evaluation of elastic moduli at plasmatic coatings where a inter-layer must be created between the plasmatic coating and the basic material in some cases, as well.

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@inproceedings{BUT10443,
  author="Jiří {Burša}",
  title="URČOVÁNÍ MODULŮ PRUŽNOSTI TENKÝCH VRSTEV",
  annote="The authors present a measuring method for tension and compression elasticity moduli evaluation at materials used in thin layers. The method is based on a four-point-bending test realized using a beam with rectangular cross section. Strains are measured on the upper and lower sides of the beam using electric resistance strain gauges. A mathematical theory was derived enabling to evaluate elasticity moduli in tension and compression from the measured strains by a solution of a system of two algebraic equations. The method is convenient for evaluation of elastic moduli at plasmatic coatings where a inter-layer must be created between the plasmatic coating and the basic material in some cases, as well.",
  address="UTAM?",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 40th International Conference Experimental Stress Analysis 2002",
  chapter="10443",
  institution="UTAM?",
  year="2002",
  month="june",
  pages="111",
  publisher="UTAM?",
  type="conference paper"
}