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Residual Stress Determination Using Nanoindentation Technique

  • Zhi-Hui Xu
  • X.D Li
Chapter

7.1 Introduction

Residual stress is defined as the stress that remains in a material without an external load being applied to the material. It originates from the misfits between regions and exists widely in the devices and components for various engineering applications, such as thin films and lines deposited on substrates in microelectronic and optoelectronic devices and components, surface coatings designed to influence optical, magnetic, thermal, environmental, and tribological performance, and joined components [49, 67]. The existing residual stress field in these components has a strong effect on their performance and plays a vital role in their failure behavior. Thus, determination of residual stress field is very important in both scientific and technological perspectives.

Various methods have been developed to measure the residual stresses in materials, such as neutron and X-ray tilt [16], beam bending, hole drilling [12], layer removal [35], indentation crack [31] and...

Keywords

Residual Stress Elastic Recovery Indentation Load Residual Stress Measurement Residual Stress Field 
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Acknowledgement

Financial support for this work was provided by the National Science Foundation (Grant No. EPS- 0296165), the South Carolina Space Grant Consortium-NASA, the South Carolina EPSCoR grant, and the University of South Carolina NanoCenter Seed Grant. The content of this information does not necessary reflect the position or policy of the government and no official endorsement should be inferred.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of South CarolinaColumbiaUSA

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