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In-situ x-ray monitoring of damage accumulation in SiC/RBSN tensile specimens
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|Statement||George Y. Baaklini and Ramakrishna T. Bhatt.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 103733., AVSCOM technical report -- 91-C-019., AVSCOM technical report -- 91-C-19.|
|Contributions||Bhatt, Ramakrishna T., United States. Army Aviation Research and Technology Activity., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
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In Situ X‐Ray Monitoring of Damage Accumulation in SiC/RBSN Tensile Specimens. Get this from a library. In-situ x-ray monitoring of damage accumulation in SiC/RBSN tensile specimens. [George Y Baaklini; Ramakrishna T Bhatt; United States.
Army Aviation Research and Technology Activity.; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Results from 1, 3, 5, and 8 composite specimens, showed that x-ray film radiography can monitor damage accumulation during tensile loading. Matrix cracking, fiber-matrix debonding, and fiber pullout were imaged throughout the tensile loading history of the specimens.
Further, in-situ film radiography was found to be a. Matrix cracking, fiber-matrix debonding, and fiber pullout were imaged throughout the tensile loading history of the specimens.
Further, in-situ film radiography was found to be a helpful and practical technique for estimating interfacial shear strength between the SiC fiber and the RBSN matrix by the matrix crack spacing : Ramkrishna T. Bhatt and George Y.
Baaklini. Load/unload/reload tensile tests were performed and in-situ AU measurements were made over the entire stress range. After analyzing the AU parameters, the overall sensitivity of the AU technique to material change or damage was quantified and shown to correlate well with the observed damage mechanisms for both material : Andrew L.
Gyekenyesi, Gregory N. Morscher, Laura M. Cosgriff. Alignment of the laminate with the applied loads is critical. For example, a  8 layup will provide good fatigue resistance only if the applied load is uniaxial and parallel to the fibers.
Any off-axis loading will reduce the fatigue life until, in the limit, the life is reduced to the  8fatigue life.
With this in mind, the mechanical response, damage development and acoustic emission activity during monotonic tensile testing of a BMAS glass-ceramic matrix reinforced with SiC fibres have been investigated. Damage initiation and propagation were easily detected and evaluated using the acoustic emission by: In situ observations by computed X-ray tomography during tensile tests of a single tow of a SiC-SiC composite  have shown that the surface observations do not fully characterise damage.
Abstract. Since its development in the s (Hounsfield, Br J Radiol 46()–, ) , X-ray tomography has been used to study the three dimensional (3D) structure of nearly every type of material of interest to science, both in the laboratory (Elliott and Dover, J Microsc (2)–, )  and at synchrotron facilities (Thompson et al., Nucl Instrum Methods Phys Res Cited by: 2.
In situ monitoring of the internal structure has been used to characterize drastic changes in the internal structure of nonwoven mats under tensile loads, and optical microscopy has been used to investigate simultaneous structural changes occurring during controlled deformation .Cited by: Infrared thermography is a powerful non-destructive testing technique which can be used for the detection of damage in advanced materials such as ceramic matrix composites.
The purpose of this study is to apply a non-destructive methodology for analyzing, in real-time, the thermal effects in ceramic matrix composites caused by cyclic by: The mechanical behavior of continuous fiber-reinforced SiC/RBSN composites with various fiber contents is evaluated.
Both catastrophic and noncatastrophic failures are observed in tensile specimens. Damage and failure mechanisms are identified via in-situ monitoring using NDE techniques throughout the loading by: 3. In situ monitoring of damage process in SiC f /SiC + B 4 C composites under stress is simultaneously carried out via the acoustic emission (AE) technique.
Results show that composites with Al 2 O 3 can improve the surface cracking resistance after oxidizing at °C in O 2 /H 2 O atmosphere since the retention rates of σ min and σ onset. Novel Sol‐Gel Coating Techniques for Ceramic Tows: In‐Situ Curing vs Reaction Bonding (Pages: ) D.
Hazlebeck; Dynamic Fatigue Property of Silicon Carbide Whisker‐Reinforced Silicon Nitride (Pages: ) In Situ X‐Ray Monitoring of Damage Accumulation in SiC/RBSN Tensile Specimens (Pages: ).
After every step of force, the specimen including the ongoing damage evolution was scanned using the XCT device. Table 1 shows the relative tensile stress applied and the specimen integrity status.
The specimen broke after six force steps after the application of 99% of the average tensile strength. For investigating the static tensile and dynamic fatigue behaviors of bulk materials, a miniaturized device with separate modular tensile and fatigue actuators was developed.
The fatigue actuator presented good compatibility with the tensile actuator and mainly consisted of a special flexure hinge and piezoelectric stack. In situ fatigue tests under scanning electron microscope or Cited by: The room-temperature tensile testing of silicon carbide fiber reinforced reaction-bonded silicon nitride (SiC/RBSN) composite specimens was monitored by using in-situ X-ray film radiography.
This paper reviews progress using X-ray computed tomography to study damage accumulation. Since its introduction, X-ray microtomography has been used to diagnose the presence of damage.
In this review, a wide range of damage-accumulation mechanisms are covered including cavitation, fracture, microcracking, fatigue cracking, and stress corrosion cracking.
In this regard, the advantages of Cited by: Advances in In situ microfracture experimentation techniques: A case of nanoscale metal–metal multilayered materials - Volume 34 Issue 9 - Hashina Parveen Anwar Ali, Arief BudimanCited by: 2. Purchase Radiation Damage of Structural Materials, Volume 79 - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNFormat: Ebook. Structural health monitoring (SHM), an emerging technique developed from NDT, combines advanced sensor technology with intelligent algorithms to interrogate thestructural ‘health’ condition. Different from NDT, the real-time and on-line damage detection via in-situ sensors can be achieved in by: In-situ x-ray reflectivity measurement of the interface roughness of tantalum pentoxide thin film during rf magnetron sputtering deposition.
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