Advanced Ceramic Matrix Composites: esign Approaches,Testing and L
Advanced ceramic composites are the focus of intense research and development today because these materials offer a unique mix of properties that make them useful and economical for major engineering applications. As part of this R&D effort, new tools for characterization, evaluation and testing have been developed and are in current use.
This book brings together leading materials researchers to report on these developments. In-depth reports cover evaluation and test methods as they relate to the design of specific advanced ceramic composite materials and their applications. The reports are supplemented with extensive test result data and illustrated with numerous micrographs and schematics.
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Modeling Subcritical Crack Growth
BURNER RIG THERMAL FATIGUE OF SIC CONTINUOUS
ACOUSTIC MICROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION
Results and Discussions
NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF CERAMIC
NDE for Degradation
Discussion and Summary
acoustic analysis annealed as-HIPed Batdorf theory brittle burner rig thermal c-scan carbon CARES/LIFE ceramic components ceramic composites ceramic materials coefficient compression constant applied stress contrast creep and creep creep behavior creep deformation creep rate crossply CT reconstruction Cumulative distribution function cylinder density disk engine Equation estimated experimental data fatigue parameters fiber and matrix fiber volume filter flaw flexure fracture mechanics Gas Turbine geometry global CT global reconstruction heat high-temperature impinged interfacial shear strength laminated layer load matrix composites MAXIMUM RESONANCE MARGIN mechanical Metal Matrix Composites modulus NASA nondestructive power law Prediction probabilistic probability of failure radiograph Rayleigh wave RBSN reflection coefficient region rig thermal fatigue samples shear strength shown in Figure silicon carbide Silicon Nitride specimen Structural Ceramics subcritical crack growth surface T/BEST technique Technology temperature tensile thermal cycling tion ultrasonic uniaxial variable variations Weibull Weibull distribution X-ray Young's modulus