The Influence of Microstructure on Glass Strength
There is an increasing number of reports of glasses which have distinct microstructures, in contrast to homogenous but random liquid type structures. Evidence is presented that the nature of these microstructures may be influenced by the melting conditions, as well as by composition, and that the microstructure has a dominating influence on glass strength.
KeywordsFatigue Furnace Dioxide Depression Silicate
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.M. Watanabe, T. Moriya, Rev. Elec. Com. Lab. 9 50–71 (1961).Google Scholar
- 2.T. Moriya, Bull. Tokyo Inst, of Tech., 47–64 (1955).Google Scholar
- 3.G. E. Rindone, Glass Ind. 50 138–143 (1969).Google Scholar
- 5.J.F. Sproull, Ph.D. Thesis, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, (1972).Google Scholar
- 8.W.A. Weyl, Presented at Internat. Comm. Glass Annual Meeting, Toronto (1969).Google Scholar
- 10.C. Kennedy, Ph.D. Thesis, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, (in progress).Google Scholar
- 11.R.V. Caporali, M.S. Thesis, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, (1964).Google Scholar
- 12.W.B. Hillig, Modern Aspects of the Vitreous State, J.D. Mackenzie, ed., Butterworths, London (1962) 152–194.Google Scholar
- 13.J.G. Morley, P.A. Andres, I. Whitney, Phys. Chem. Glasses 5 1–10 (1964).Google Scholar