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Tensile Properties of Open Cell Ceramic Foams

Originální název

Tensile Properties of Open Cell Ceramic Foams

Anglický název

Tensile Properties of Open Cell Ceramic Foams

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Tensile test methodology for ceramics foam has been developed and irst indings are described. The tested material was the commercially available alumina based ceramic foam. Two cell sizes were included into the study, namely 10 and 60 PPI. The test procedure critically depends on the fixation of the ceramic foam into aluminium pots by a suitable adhesive. Two specimen geometries with cross-section 10 * 10 and 15 * 15 mm were tested and results statistically analysed. Fractographic observations enabled to explain specimen behaviour during tensile loading.

Anglický abstrakt

Tensile test methodology for ceramics foam has been developed and irst indings are described. The tested material was the commercially available alumina based ceramic foam. Two cell sizes were included into the study, namely 10 and 60 PPI. The test procedure critically depends on the fixation of the ceramic foam into aluminium pots by a suitable adhesive. Two specimen geometries with cross-section 10 * 10 and 15 * 15 mm were tested and results statistically analysed. Fractographic observations enabled to explain specimen behaviour during tensile loading.

BibTex


@article{BUT48282,
  author="Ivo {Dlouhý} and Lukáš {Řehořek} and Zdeněk {Chlup}",
  title="Tensile Properties of Open Cell Ceramic Foams",
  annote="Tensile test methodology for ceramics foam has been developed and irst indings are described. The tested material was the commercially available alumina based ceramic  foam. Two cell sizes were  included  into  the study, namely 10 and 60 PPI.  The test procedure critically depends on the fixation of the ceramic foam into aluminium pots by a suitable adhesive. Two  specimen geometries with cross-section 10 * 10 and 15 * 15 mm were tested and results statistically analysed. Fractographic observations enabled to explain specimen behaviour during tensile loading.",
  chapter="48282",
  journal="Key Engineering Materials",
  number="4",
  volume="413",
  year="2009",
  month="august",
  pages="168--175",
  type="journal article - other"
}