By André Zaoui (auth.), G. Beck, S. Denis, A. Simon (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9400911432

ISBN-13: 9789400911437

ISBN-10: 9401070075

ISBN-13: 9789401070072

Residual stresses are constantly brought in fabrics once they are produced, or after they endure non-uniform plastic deformation in the course of use. The conditions that may reason residual stresses are accordingly a variety of. Residual stresses exist in all fabrics and, reckoning on their distribution, can playa invaluable function (for instance, compressive floor tension) or have a catastrophic impact, specifically on fatigue behaviour and corrosion houses. the topic of residual stresses took shape round 1970 with the improvement of ways to degree macroscopic deformations in the course of the machining of fabrics or on an atomic scale by means of X-ray diffraction. those options have made substantial growth within the final twenty years. The conferences equipped in numerous international locations (Germany, France, Japan, and so on. ) have mostly contributed to this development, aided through the various exchanges of data and data to which they've got given upward thrust. reviews of the formation of residual stresses started extra slowly, yet have stepped forward with the emergence of more and more lifelike types of fabrics behaviour and with entry to ever extra strong codes for numerical calculations. successive conferences for discussing this subject were held in Europe. the 1st, held in 1982 in Nancy (France), consisted of 30 individuals from five nations. the second one was once held in Linkoping (Sweden) in 1984, with eighty individuals of sixteen nationalities. It used to be made up our minds to carry a primary foreign convention, ICRS, to deal with all elements of the matter. Held in 1986 in Garmisch-Partenkirschen (FRG), it was once an meeting of neady three hundred members from 21 countries.

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43 #200=SDC200N100B, #80=SDC80R100B Table 1 summarizes the bulk density and the elastic properties of materials. A1 203 with 99% purity and Si3N4 were ground with diamond wheels of #200 and #80 diamond grain-size numbers. These grinding conditions are here called 200HG and 80HG. The grinding condition and the roughness of the ground surface in the grinding direction are given in Table 2. Up-cut grinding was conducted pumping soluble-type grinding fluid (JIS W2-1) by 20 liter per minute. 4mm in beight, 4mm in width and 54mm in length.

Llo> <1l0>-1 = -1 <'l. ~0>-1 Saff (52) The internal stresses may be written .. = <0> - (B o _ eff eff Note that the exact determination of C or S needs the knowledge of the infinite set of the correlation f;;nc t ions""of c or s. I f this is not available, it is only possible to get upper and- lowe; bounds for the effective quantities associated with the partial knowledge of the correlation functions (up to the order n, say). For n = 1, we are left with the classical Voigt (uniform strain) and Reuss (uniform stress) first order bounds, using the volume fractions of the composite constituents only.

In the upper part of the figure, the volume fraction of m-Zr02 at the surface after grinding Is plotted as a function of the Ce02 content. Obviously, the tetragonal/monoclinic transformation Is the more pronounced, the smaller the Ce02 content Is. Consequently, increasing grinding residual stresses are expected with decreasing Ce02-content. The experimental findings In the lower part of fig. 10 agree weli with this ex- 34 pectatlon. The volume fraction of the transformed particles can also be controlled by varying the particle size of t-Zr02' In fig.

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