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Residual stress determination and subsurface microstructure in ground and polished alumina/silicon carbide nanocomposites and monolithic alumina ceramics

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The surface residual stress state induced by grinding and polishing an alumina/silicon carbide nanocomposite and monolithic alumina has been investigated using Hertzian indentation and fluorescence spectroscopy. Specimens were ground and then polished with diamond slurry with grit sizes ranging between 8 eta m and 1 mu m. The results show that the surface residual stress state in the nanocomposites is more sensitive to surface treatment than that in the monolithic alumina. Surfaces of both ce...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MPLS
Department:
Materials
Role:
Author
Publisher:
Materials Research Society
Journal:
NANOPHASE AND NANOCOMPOSITE MATERIALS III
Volume:
581
Pages:
303-308
Publication date:
2000-01-01
Event title:
Symposium on Nanophase and Nanocomposite Materials III held at the 1999 MRS Fall Meeting
ISSN:
0272-9172
Source identifiers:
9773
ISBN:
1558994890
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pubs:9773
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uuid:310e7866-4161-40cd-81bb-0499fb95e401
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pubs:9773
Deposit date:
2012-12-19

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