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Micro fibres containing laminates prepared by EPD: microstructure and fracture behaviour

Originální název

Micro fibres containing laminates prepared by EPD: microstructure and fracture behaviour

Anglický název

Micro fibres containing laminates prepared by EPD: microstructure and fracture behaviour

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Recently it was possible to prepare tailored laminates with perfect and strong interface of layers with precise thickness management. Tailoring of ceramic laminates to obtain optimal mechanical properties with enhanced fracture resistance is possible when predictions based on numerical calculations are employed. Extraordinary mechanical properties were achieved via high internal stresses development during material processing. The aim of this investigation can be seen in two directions. The enhanced crack free green bodies through incorporating small volume fraction of micro-fibres to the powders were prepared. Additionally, control of the crack propagation by incorporated directionally oriented micro-fibres both in the volume and in individual layers. In this contribution both alumina and zirconia micro-fibres were used to help eliminate drying defects in the green body stage before sintering. The co-deposition of ceramic micro-fibres and powder led to the preparation of microstructures having unique orthogonal fracture properties. Developed laminate with thin layers created by zirconia micro-fibres in the alumina matrix seems to be the most promising. This type of material exhibited potential of the crack trapping and deflection even when very small amount of micro-fibres was used.

Anglický abstrakt

Recently it was possible to prepare tailored laminates with perfect and strong interface of layers with precise thickness management. Tailoring of ceramic laminates to obtain optimal mechanical properties with enhanced fracture resistance is possible when predictions based on numerical calculations are employed. Extraordinary mechanical properties were achieved via high internal stresses development during material processing. The aim of this investigation can be seen in two directions. The enhanced crack free green bodies through incorporating small volume fraction of micro-fibres to the powders were prepared. Additionally, control of the crack propagation by incorporated directionally oriented micro-fibres both in the volume and in individual layers. In this contribution both alumina and zirconia micro-fibres were used to help eliminate drying defects in the green body stage before sintering. The co-deposition of ceramic micro-fibres and powder led to the preparation of microstructures having unique orthogonal fracture properties. Developed laminate with thin layers created by zirconia micro-fibres in the alumina matrix seems to be the most promising. This type of material exhibited potential of the crack trapping and deflection even when very small amount of micro-fibres was used.

BibTex


@article{BUT115997,
  author="Zdeněk {Chlup} and Hynek {Hadraba} and Daniel {Drdlík} and Ivo {Dlouhý}",
  title="Micro fibres containing laminates prepared by EPD: microstructure and fracture behaviour",
  annote="Recently it was possible to prepare tailored laminates with perfect and strong interface of layers with precise thickness management. Tailoring of ceramic laminates to obtain optimal mechanical properties with enhanced fracture resistance is possible when predictions based on numerical calculations are employed. Extraordinary mechanical properties were achieved via high internal stresses development during material processing. The aim of this investigation can be seen in two directions. The enhanced crack free green bodies through incorporating small volume fraction of micro-fibres to the powders were prepared. Additionally, control of the crack propagation by incorporated directionally oriented micro-fibres both in the volume and in individual layers. In this contribution both alumina and zirconia micro-fibres were used to help eliminate
drying defects in the green body stage before sintering. The co-deposition of ceramic micro-fibres and powder led to the preparation of microstructures having unique orthogonal fracture properties. Developed laminate with thin layers created by zirconia micro-fibres in the alumina matrix seems to be the most promising. This type of material exhibited potential of the crack trapping and deflection even when very small amount of micro-fibres was used.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications",
  chapter="115997",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.654.53",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications",
  number="1",
  volume="654",
  year="2015",
  month="july",
  pages="53--57",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}