Evaluation of interfacial properties of fiber-reinforced ceramic composites

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The mechanical behavior of fiber-reinforced ceramic composites is closely related to their interfacial properties. The application of a single-fiber push-out test to evaluate these interfacial properties is addressed, and the stress-displacement relation during the push-out process is analyzed. The interfacial bonding, Coulomb friction at the debonded interface, Poisson`s effect of the loaded fiber, residual stresses, and the interfacial roughness effect are included in the analysis. Closed-form analytical solutions are obtained. Based on these analytical solutions, a methodology is established to extract the interfacial properties from the experimental fiber push-out curve.

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Hsueh, Chun-Hway October 1, 1996.

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The mechanical behavior of fiber-reinforced ceramic composites is closely related to their interfacial properties. The application of a single-fiber push-out test to evaluate these interfacial properties is addressed, and the stress-displacement relation during the push-out process is analyzed. The interfacial bonding, Coulomb friction at the debonded interface, Poisson`s effect of the loaded fiber, residual stresses, and the interfacial roughness effect are included in the analysis. Closed-form analytical solutions are obtained. Based on these analytical solutions, a methodology is established to extract the interfacial properties from the experimental fiber push-out curve.

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  • Workshop on synergy ceramics, Nagoya (Japan), 18-19 Nov 1996

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  • Report No.: CONF-961183--1
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