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Relationship between mechanical strength and Youngs modulus in traditional ceramics

SOKOLÁŘ, R.

Originální název

Relationship between mechanical strength and Youngs modulus in traditional ceramics

Anglický název

Relationship between mechanical strength and Youngs modulus in traditional ceramics

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

A verification of theoretical linearity between mechanical strength and Youngs modulus was performed with quartz porcelain samples both green and fired. The experiments were carried out at the room temperature and at elevated temperatures up to 1000 C. The results obtained for green samples showed relatively scattered values around the linear function. A regression coefficient of the linear fitting ( ) is not sufficient for a clear linearity . The relationship is clearly linear for a fired sample and was confirmed in the temperature interval 20 – 1000 C. For this case, the regression coefficient of the linear fitting is 0.976.

Anglický abstrakt

A verification of theoretical linearity between mechanical strength and Youngs modulus was performed with quartz porcelain samples both green and fired. The experiments were carried out at the room temperature and at elevated temperatures up to 1000 C. The results obtained for green samples showed relatively scattered values around the linear function. A regression coefficient of the linear fitting ( ) is not sufficient for a clear linearity . The relationship is clearly linear for a fired sample and was confirmed in the temperature interval 20 – 1000 C. For this case, the regression coefficient of the linear fitting is 0.976.

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BibTex


@article{BUT90329,
  author="Radomír {Sokolář}",
  title="Relationship between mechanical strength and Youngs modulus in traditional ceramics",
  annote="A verification of theoretical linearity between mechanical strength and Youngs modulus was performed with quartz porcelain samples both green and fired. The experiments were carried out at the room temperature and at elevated temperatures up to 1000 C. The results obtained for green samples showed relatively scattered values  around the linear function. A regression coefficient of the linear fitting ( ) is not sufficient for a clear linearity . The relationship   is clearly linear for a fired sample and was confirmed in the temperature interval 20 – 1000 C. For this case, the regression coefficient of the linear fitting is 0.976.",
  address="Institute of metals and technology",
  chapter="90329",
  institution="Institute of metals and technology",
  number="4",
  volume="45",
  year="2011",
  month="october",
  pages="375--378",
  publisher="Institute of metals and technology",
  type="journal article - other"
}