Long-term strength of ceramics under interrupted bending loading conditions
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Mathematical modeling is used to study the effect of stress redistribution within the cross section of a bent rod and the relaxation of residual stresses on the nature of the long-term-strength curves for structural ceramics when the load operates with interruptions.
KeywordsResidual Stress Creep Rate Crack Depth Stress Redistribution Structural Ceramic
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