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Chapter 47: Estimation of the properties porous structures by experiment and modelling

Originální název

Chapter 47: Estimation of the properties porous structures by experiment and modelling

Anglický název

Chapter 47: Estimation of the properties porous structures by experiment and modelling

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en

Originální abstrakt

Highly porous brittle materials form a unique group with a large ratio of surface to the volume of the material. The application of these materials is once applications where light, and, at the same time, strong, structures are needed. The paper is focused on two main problems. The first part describes the results of a tensile test development on highly porous materials known as very complicated to perform. The second part of the paper is dedicated to the modelling of the porous structure using finite element calculations. The image processing principle of micro computer tomography device data is described. In order to easily create finite element method models the software was developed. A complete algorithm of finite element model formation is also included. Commercially available ceramic foam 85%Al2O3-14%SiO2-1%MgO was used experiment part of the paper.

Anglický abstrakt

Highly porous brittle materials form a unique group with a large ratio of surface to the volume of the material. The application of these materials is once applications where light, and, at the same time, strong, structures are needed. The paper is focused on two main problems. The first part describes the results of a tensile test development on highly porous materials known as very complicated to perform. The second part of the paper is dedicated to the modelling of the porous structure using finite element calculations. The image processing principle of micro computer tomography device data is described. In order to easily create finite element method models the software was developed. A complete algorithm of finite element model formation is also included. Commercially available ceramic foam 85%Al2O3-14%SiO2-1%MgO was used experiment part of the paper.

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@inbook{BUT75649,
  author="Petr {Marcián} and Zdeněk {Majer} and Lukáš {Řehořek} and Zdeněk {Florian} and Ivo {Dlouhý}",
  title="Chapter 47: Estimation of the properties porous structures by experiment and modelling",
  annote="Highly porous brittle materials form a unique group with a large ratio of surface to the volume of the material. The application of these materials is once applications where light, and, at the same time, strong, structures are needed. The paper is focused on two main problems. The first part describes the results of a tensile test development on highly porous materials known as very complicated to perform. The second part of the paper is dedicated to the modelling of the porous structure using finite element calculations. The image processing principle of micro computer tomography device data is described. In order to easily create finite element method models the software was developed. A complete algorithm of finite element model formation is also included. Commercially available ceramic foam 85%Al2O3-14%SiO2-1%MgO was used experiment part of the paper.",
  address="DAAAM International Vienna",
  booktitle="DAAAM International Scientific Book 2011",
  chapter="75649",
  edition="10",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="DAAAM International Vienna",
  year="2011",
  month="november",
  pages="573--584",
  publisher="DAAAM International Vienna",
  type="book chapter"
}