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Effect of the loading rate on the strength of self-bonded silicon carbide ceramic materials

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In this paper, the procedures for testing self-bonded silicon carbide ceramic materials under static and dynamic (impact) loading are described. The results of the investigations on the effect of the loading rate on the strength variation of ceramic materials used as elements of impact-resistant barriers are presented.

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Correspondence to G. V. Stepanov.

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Translated from Problemy Prochnosti, No. 3, pp. 79 – 88, May – June, 2010.

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Stepanov, G.V., Zubov, V.I., Maistrenko, A.L. et al. Effect of the loading rate on the strength of self-bonded silicon carbide ceramic materials. Strength Mater 42, 297–303 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11223-010-9218-0

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Keywords

  • silicon carbide
  • ceramic plate
  • loading rate
  • impact loading
  • fracture
  • strength