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The Role of Residual Stresses in Particulate Composite with Glass Matrix

MAJER, Z. NÁHLÍK, L. HUTAŘ, P.

Originální název

The Role of Residual Stresses in Particulate Composite with Glass Matrix

Anglický název

The Role of Residual Stresses in Particulate Composite with Glass Matrix

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en

Originální abstrakt

The particulate composites with glass matrix are widely used in many engineering applications. The mismatch of coefficients of thermal expansion during the fabrication process usually causes the presence of the residual stresses around particles. The influence and the understanding of the effects of residual stresses on the material response is required. The main aim of the present paper was to create a two-dimensional finite element model to analyze the influence of residual stresses on micro-crack behavior of glass and ceramics-based particulate composites. The maximum tangential stress criterion (MTS) was used to predict the direction of the micro-crack propagation. The modelled material was a kind of Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramics (LTCC) containing alumina particles embedded in a glass matrix. The influence of the micro-crack length and magnitude of loading on the micro-crack propagation path were investigated. The finite element software ANSYS was used. Conclusions of this paper can contribute to a better understanding of the propagation of micro-cracks in particulate composites in the field of residual stresses.

Anglický abstrakt

The particulate composites with glass matrix are widely used in many engineering applications. The mismatch of coefficients of thermal expansion during the fabrication process usually causes the presence of the residual stresses around particles. The influence and the understanding of the effects of residual stresses on the material response is required. The main aim of the present paper was to create a two-dimensional finite element model to analyze the influence of residual stresses on micro-crack behavior of glass and ceramics-based particulate composites. The maximum tangential stress criterion (MTS) was used to predict the direction of the micro-crack propagation. The modelled material was a kind of Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramics (LTCC) containing alumina particles embedded in a glass matrix. The influence of the micro-crack length and magnitude of loading on the micro-crack propagation path were investigated. The finite element software ANSYS was used. Conclusions of this paper can contribute to a better understanding of the propagation of micro-cracks in particulate composites in the field of residual stresses.

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@article{BUT117311,
  author="Zdeněk {Majer} and Luboš {Náhlík} and Pavel {Hutař}",
  title="The Role of Residual Stresses in Particulate Composite with Glass Matrix",
  annote="The particulate composites with glass matrix are widely used in many engineering applications. The mismatch of coefficients of thermal expansion during the fabrication process usually causes the presence of the residual stresses around particles. The influence and the understanding of the effects of residual stresses on the material response is required. The main aim of the present paper was to create a two-dimensional finite element model to analyze the influence of residual stresses on micro-crack behavior of glass and ceramics-based particulate composites. The maximum tangential stress criterion (MTS) was used to predict the direction of the micro-crack propagation. The modelled material was a kind of Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramics (LTCC) containing alumina particles embedded in a glass matrix. The influence of the micro-crack length and magnitude of loading on the micro-crack propagation path were investigated. The finite element software ANSYS was used. Conclusions of this paper can contribute to a better understanding of the propagation of micro-cracks in particulate composites in the field of residual stresses.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications Ltd",
  chapter="117311",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.665.173",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications Ltd",
  number="1",
  volume="665",
  year="2016",
  month="january",
  pages="173--176",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications Ltd",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}