The Dynamic Strength of ZrO2-Based Ceramic Materials Manufactured by Additive Technology
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Some specimens of zirconia-based ceramic and ceramic composite materials were manufactured by additive technologies. The experimental studies of the manufactured specimens under shock-wave loading were performed. Using an analysis of the full wave profiles recorded for these specimens on a laser interferometer in the process of their shock compression with an amplitude of 6.8 and 13.8 GPa, the Hugoniot elastic limit and spallation strength of ceramics were determined.
Keywords:additive technologies ceramic strength dynamic loading.
The work on the manufacturing and study of nanostructured ceramic specimens was supported by the Russian Scientific Foundation, project no. 18-79-00153. The work on the dynamic loading of specimens was performed within a state order (state registration no. 0089-2014-0016) according to the Program of the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences “Condensed Matter and Plasma at High Energy Densities,” the research area “Fast Physicochemical Transformations and Destruction of Solids and Liquids,” on the equipment of the Moscow Regional Explosion Center of Collective Use of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
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