Mechanical Properties and Microstructure of Glass Ceramics and Phase Separated Glasses
The mechanical properties of glass-ceramics depend not only on the nature of the precipitated phases and the glassy matrix but also on the microstructure (texture) of the material. It is the aim of this paper to review:
Experimental techniques available to characterise glassceramics; and,
Theories correlating their mechanical strength and microstructure.
KeywordsGlass Ceramic Crack Nucleation Glassy Phase Glassy Matrix Petch Relationship
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