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Combustion, Explosion and Shock Waves

, Volume 30, Issue 2, pp 217–221 | Cite as

X-ray investigation of transformations in zirconium dioxide after explosive loading

  • T. S. Teslenko
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Abstract

Explosive loading of tetragonal ZrO2 with an ultradispersed structure increased the amount of the monoclinic phase. From the shape of the x-ray diffraction lines, conclusions were drawn on the domain structure of the ferroelastic phases of ZrO2 and how it changes during the explosion and after annealing. Adding 20% Al2O3 showed a stabilizing effect.

Keywords

Dioxide Zirconium Dynamical System Al2O3 Mechanical Engineer 
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