Linear Non-Elastic Fracture of Brittle Materials; Role Of Residual Stresses and Application on Refractories
Linear non-elastic fracture mechanics has been used to study thermal shock damage of two refractaires with the assumption that the non-elasticity is the consequence of the relaxation of residual thermal miss-match stresses through microcracking. The results are consistant with the behavior in conditions of use of these materials.
KeywordsResidual Stress Thermal Shock Process Zone Crack Extension Acoustic Emission Signal
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