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Stress-rupture behavior of small diameter polycrystalline alumina fibers
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Stress rupture behavior of small ...|
|Statement||Hee Mann Yun, Jon C. Goldsby, and James A. DiCarlo.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 106256.|
|Contributions||Goldsby, Jon C., DiCarlo, James A., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. Stress-rupture behavior of small diameter polycrystalline alumina fibers. [Hee Mann Yun; Jon C Goldsby; James A DiCarlo; United States. Bend stress relaxation (BSR) tests were performed on a developmental yttrium-aluminum garnet (YAG) polycrystalline fiber.
The YAG fibers were 15 to 30 microns in diameter and were produced from. Tensile creep studies were conducted on polycrystalline Nextel and Fiber FP alumina fibers with grain sizes of and nm, respectively. Test conditions were temperatures from to The physical characteristics, fabrication methods, and key microstructural features of all ceramic fibers, both oxides and non-oxides, are tabulated in Table The characteristics of fibers that are commercially available are summarized in Tableincluding maximum use temperature, current uses, and current c oxide fibers (often referred to as oxide fibers) are composed of.
Pysher, D.J., and R.E. Tressler. Creep rupture studies of two alumina-based ceramic fibers. Journal of Materials Science – Pysher, D.J., and R. Tressler. Tensile creep rupture behavior of alumina-based polycrystalline oxide fibers.
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Mechanical testing—how to do it plus the fundamentals of elastic constants, etc. Figure is a compilation of flexural strength results for polycrystalline alumina at room temperature as a function of grain size.
Despite the considerable scatter in the data, there are clearly two distinct regions. (stress rupture) at ambient. Figure 2 presents specific stiffness and specific tensile strength of conventional structural metals (steel, titanium, aluminum, magnesium, and beryllium), two engineering ceramics (silicon nitride and alumina), and selected composite materials.
The composites are PMCs reinforced with selected continuous fibers—carbon, aramid, E-glass, and Cited by: 1. The first ceramic used in this application was alumina backed with a laminate of fiberglass and polyester resin called “Doron.” Boron carbide (B 4 C) ceramic armor was developed during the Vietnam War and used in the mids for both helicopter and infantry armor.
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