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Mechanical response of novel SiOC glasses to high temperature exposition

Originální název

Mechanical response of novel SiOC glasses to high temperature exposition

Anglický název

Mechanical response of novel SiOC glasses to high temperature exposition

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The presented work describes mechanical properties of materials prepared by the pyrolysis of polysiloxane resins. The polymeric precursors have different chemical composition. Materials under investigation are predetermined for high temperature resistant applications usually in composite form, i.e. accompanied by some reinforcement. Instrumented hardness tests were employed for material characterisation. The Vickers hardness, Martens hardness and indentation elastic modulus were the key parameters, determined either from the standard optical technique or load–indentation depth curves. The influence of mechanical properties on the monomers ratio was established. The exposition to the temperature between 1200 C and 1500 C in air was applied to observe damage caused by these severe conditions.

Anglický abstrakt

The presented work describes mechanical properties of materials prepared by the pyrolysis of polysiloxane resins. The polymeric precursors have different chemical composition. Materials under investigation are predetermined for high temperature resistant applications usually in composite form, i.e. accompanied by some reinforcement. Instrumented hardness tests were employed for material characterisation. The Vickers hardness, Martens hardness and indentation elastic modulus were the key parameters, determined either from the standard optical technique or load–indentation depth curves. The influence of mechanical properties on the monomers ratio was established. The exposition to the temperature between 1200 C and 1500 C in air was applied to observe damage caused by these severe conditions.

BibTex


@article{BUT101122,
  author="Martina {Halasová} and Zdeněk {Chlup} and Adam {Strachota} and Martin {Černý} and Ivo {Dlouhý}",
  title="Mechanical response of novel SiOC glasses to high temperature exposition",
  annote="The presented work describes mechanical properties of materials prepared by the pyrolysis of polysiloxane resins. The polymeric precursors have different chemical composition. Materials under investigation are predetermined for high temperature resistant applications usually in composite form, i.e. accompanied by some reinforcement. Instrumented hardness tests were employed for material characterisation. The Vickers hardness, Martens hardness and indentation elastic modulus were the key parameters, determined either from the standard optical technique or load–indentation depth curves. The influence of mechanical properties on the monomers ratio was established. The exposition to the temperature between 1200 C and 1500 C in air was applied to observe damage caused by these severe conditions.",
  chapter="101122",
  number="16",
  volume="32",
  year="2012",
  month="december",
  pages="4489--4495",
  type="journal article - other"
}