Topic: Shock compression of ceramics with microstructure

Shock compression of ceramics with microstructure

High crystal strength of metal-nonmetal compounds accentuates the importance of material composition and microstructure in the equation-of-state and dynamic-strength of ceramics in the shock-wave. This feature motivates the experimental assessment, analysis and theoretical modeling undertaken in the chapter. Shock wave data are examined, some of which are not readily available elsewhere. Theoretical modeling is undertaken that accounts for composition and microstructure effects in the shock compression process and is in turn used in the assessment of the experimental shock-wave data. Discussions focus on ceramics of aluminum oxide, boron carbide, silicon carbide, tungsten carbide, titanium diboride and zirconium dioxide among other.Get more news about Compression Ceramic Spring,you can vist our website!

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