By Prof. Dietrich Munz, Dr. Theo Fett (auth.), Prof. Dietrich Munz, Dr. Theo Fett (eds.)
Ceramic fabrics are popular as parts in a good number of functions. they're beautiful as a result of their stable hot temperature power, excessive put on resistance, sturdy corrosion restistance and different specific actual homes. Their significant predicament is their brittleness and the big scatter of mechanical homes. This booklet describes failure phenomena in ceramic fabrics below mechanical loading, tools for settling on the cloth homes, and the foundations that one may still observe whilst choosing a fabric. The fracture-mechanical and statistical rules and their use in describing the scatter of energy and lifelong also are coated. specified chapters are dedicated to creep behaviour, multiaxial failure standards and thermal surprise behaviour.
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