Contact damage behavior of model dental bilayer = 취성 층상소재의 접촉손상 거동

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The mechanics of contact-induced damage in brittle layers on soft support substrates are of interest for their relevance to lifetime-limiting failures of technological laminate systems in concentrated loading. This is particularly true of biomechanical applications-dental crowns and hip prosthesis-which must withstand intense biting or body weight forces under exacting cyclic contact loading and in vivo environmental conditions. Such prostheses may consist of several different material types-ceramic, metal, polymer, and composite-in layered configurations. Other, more engineering-oriented layer applications include cutting tools, thermal barrier coatings, electronic multi-layer devices, car windscreens and eyeglasses. The recent advances in the understanding and analysis of damage initiation and evolution in brittle layer structures will be presented. The results of experiments model bilayer that enable in-situ viewing during loading with simple concentrated loads (spherical indenters) and yet simulate the essential features of damage in a wide range of engineering layer structures are described. The experiments reveal a competition between damage modes-cone cracks or quasiplasticity at the top (near-contact) brittle-layer surfaces and laterally extending radial cracks at the lower surfaces due to the brittle coating layer thickness. Brittle coating structures may be subjected to complex concentrated loading, including tangential component. Results of Hertzian contact tests investigating the effects of superposed tangential loads on the critical conditions for radial cracking at the undersurfaces of brittle coatings on compliant substrates are reported. Bilayer specimen is prepared from glass coating bonded to polycarbonate substrate and blunt indenter is load with tangential motion as well normal motion. In order to change the friction coefficient the loading geometry is changed to the inclined fixture. Changes in near-surface stress fields from tangential for...
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Kim, Do-Kyungresearcher김도경researcher
Description
한국과학기술원 : 재료공학과,
Publisher
한국과학기술원
Issue Date
2003
Identifier
181106/325007 / 000995298
Language
eng
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학위논문(박사) - 한국과학기술원 : 재료공학과, 2003.2, [ xii, 123 p. ]

Keywords

tangential; contact; layer; brittle; rate; 하중속도; 전단하중; 접촉손상; 층상소재; 취성

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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/50301
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http://library.kaist.ac.kr/search/detail/view.do?bibCtrlNo=181106&flag=dissertation
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MS-Theses_Ph.D.(박사논문)
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