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Revisiting the Recommended Geometry for the Diametrally Compressed Ceramic C-Ring Specimen
Jadaan, Osama M.1  Wereszczak, Andrew A2 
[1]University of Wisconsin, Platteville
[2]ORNL
关键词: AMBIENT TEMPERATURE;    CERAMICS;    ELASTICITY;    FORECASTING;    GEOMETRY;    PROBABILITY;    ULTIMATE STRENGTH;    MEASURING METHODS;    WIDTH;    THICKNESS;   
DOI  :  10.2172/950808
RP-ID  :  ORNL/TM-2009/090
PID  :  OSTI ID: 950808
Others  :  Other: VT0504000
Others  :  CEVT013
Others  :  TRN: US200911%%256
Subject:84.1
美国|英语
来源: SciTech Connect
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【 摘 要 】
A study conducted several years ago found that a stated allowable width/thickness (b/t) ratio in ASTM C1323 (Standard Test Method for Ultimate Strength of Advanced Ceramics with Diametrally Compressed C-Ring Specimens at Ambient Temperature) could ultimately cause the prediction of a non-conservative probability of survival when the measured C-ring strength was scaled to a different size. Because of that problem, this study sought to reevaluate the stress state and geometry of the C-ring specimen and suggest changes to ASTM C1323 that would resolve that issue. Elasticity, mechanics of materials, and finite element solutions were revisited with the C ring geometry. To avoid the introduction of more than 2% error, it was determined that the C ring width/thickness (b/t) ratio should range between 1-3 and that its inner radius/outer radius (ri/ro) ratio should range between 0.50-0.95. ASTM C1323 presently allows for b/t to be as large as 4 so that ratio should be reduced to 3.
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