In the present paper, a procedure is described whereby the elastic properties of a ceramic material are evaluated during a biaxial flexure test. The disk specimen is supported on three points and loaded by a uniform pressure on the opposite face. The whole displacement field undergone by the upper face, measured by a digital speckle interferometer, is approximated by a set of polynomials whose weights depend on the elastic properties. This dependence, previously determined by finite element analysis, is exploited to derive the values of the elastic properties from the displacement field experimentally detected. The procedure proposed was applied to a silicon carbide specimen.

In the present paper, a procedure is described whereby the elastic properties of a ceramic material are evaluated during a biaxial flexure test. The disk specimen is supported on three points and loaded by a uniform pressure on the opposite face. The whole displacement field undergone by the upper face, measured by a digital speckle interferometer, is approximated by a set of polynomials whose weights depend on the elastic properties. This dependence, previously determined by finite element analysis, is exploited to derive the values of the elastic properties from the displacement field experimentally detected. The procedure proposed was applied to a silicon carbide specimen.

A Full-Field Procedure for Evaluating the Elastic Properties of Advanced Ceramics

FURGIUELE, Franco;MUZZUPAPPA, Maurizio;PAGNOTTA, Leonardo
1997-01-01

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In the present paper, a procedure is described whereby the elastic properties of a ceramic material are evaluated during a biaxial flexure test. The disk specimen is supported on three points and loaded by a uniform pressure on the opposite face. The whole displacement field undergone by the upper face, measured by a digital speckle interferometer, is approximated by a set of polynomials whose weights depend on the elastic properties. This dependence, previously determined by finite element analysis, is exploited to derive the values of the elastic properties from the displacement field experimentally detected. The procedure proposed was applied to a silicon carbide specimen.
In the present paper, a procedure is described whereby the elastic properties of a ceramic material are evaluated during a biaxial flexure test. The disk specimen is supported on three points and loaded by a uniform pressure on the opposite face. The whole displacement field undergone by the upper face, measured by a digital speckle interferometer, is approximated by a set of polynomials whose weights depend on the elastic properties. This dependence, previously determined by finite element analysis, is exploited to derive the values of the elastic properties from the displacement field experimentally detected. The procedure proposed was applied to a silicon carbide specimen.
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