First results are provided for a comprehensive study of stress inhomogeneity in a ceramic surface layer. The stress-strained state of a ceramic surface layer based on zirconium dioxide under the action of a complex mechanical load is studied. High stress inhomogeneity is revealed in ceramic structural elements. A requirement is noted for considering stress inhomogeneity in describing a wear and failure mechanism, and also in designing objects of this ceramic for prescribed operating conditions.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 16, 2014
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