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Influence of Features of Interphase Boundaries on Mechanical Properties and Fracture Pattern in Metal-Ceramic Composites
S. Psakhie; V. Ovcharenko; B. H. Yu; E. Shilko; S. Astafurov; Y. Ivanov; A. Byeli; A. Mokhovikov
2013
Source PublicationJournal of Materials Science & Technology
ISSN1005-0302
Volume29Issue:11Pages:1025-1034
AbstractThe results of a theoretical study on the influence of strength of interphase boundaries in metal-ceramic composite on macroscopical characteristics of composite response such as strength, deformation capacity, fracture energy and fracture pattern are presented. The study was conducted by means of computer- aided simulation by means of movable cellular automaton method taking account of a developed " mesoscopical" structural model of particle- reinforced composite. The strength of interphase boundaries is found to be a key structural factor determining not only the strength properties of metaleceramic composite, but also the pattern and rate of fracture. The principles for achievement of the high- strength values of particle/ binder interfaces in the metaleceramic composition due to the formation of the wide transition zones (areas of variable chemical composition) at the interphase boundaries are discussed. Simulation results confirm that such transition zones provide a change in fracture mechanism and make the achievement of a high- strength and a high deformation capacity of metal-ceramic composite possible.
description.department[psakhie, sergey ; ovcharenko, vladimir ; shilko, evgeny ; astafurov, sergey] russian acad sci, siberian branch, inst strength phys & mat sci, tomsk 634021, russia. [psakhie, sergey] tomsk polytech univ, inst high technol phys, tomsk 634050, russia. [yu, baohai] chinese acad sci, inst met res, shenyang natl lab mat sci, shenyang 110016, peoples r china. [ivanov, yury] russian acad sci, siberian branch, inst high current elect, tomsk 634055, russia. [byeli, alexey] natl acad sci belarus, phys tech inst, minsk 220141, byelarus. [mokhovikov, alexey] tomsk polytech univ, yurga technol inst, yurga 652055, russia. ; shilko, e (reprint author), russian acad sci, siberian branch, inst strength phys & mat sci, tomsk 634021, russia. ; shilko@ispms.tsc.ru
KeywordMetal-ceramic Composites Particle-reinforced Composite Interphase Boundaries Discrete Element Based Analysis Strength And Fracture Energy Fracture Pattern Particle-reinforced Composites Movable Cellular-automata Electron-beam Treatment Matrix Composites Plastic-deformation Granular Assemblies Subsurface Layer Microstructure Interfaces Behavior
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Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/71428
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
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S. Psakhie,V. Ovcharenko,B. H. Yu,et al. Influence of Features of Interphase Boundaries on Mechanical Properties and Fracture Pattern in Metal-Ceramic Composites[J]. Journal of Materials Science & Technology,2013,29(11):1025-1034.
APA S. Psakhie.,V. Ovcharenko.,B. H. Yu.,E. Shilko.,S. Astafurov.,...&A. Mokhovikov.(2013).Influence of Features of Interphase Boundaries on Mechanical Properties and Fracture Pattern in Metal-Ceramic Composites.Journal of Materials Science & Technology,29(11),1025-1034.
MLA S. Psakhie,et al."Influence of Features of Interphase Boundaries on Mechanical Properties and Fracture Pattern in Metal-Ceramic Composites".Journal of Materials Science & Technology 29.11(2013):1025-1034.
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