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contributor.authorChu, M C-
contributor.authorCho, S J-
contributor.authorSarkar, D-
contributor.authorBasu, B-
contributor.authorYoon, G J-
contributor.authorPark, H M-
date.accessioned2006-06-26T04:03:39Z-
date.available2006-06-26T04:03:39Z-
date.issued2006-
identifier.citationJournal of Material Science (Accepted Postprint)en
identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2080/291-
descriptionCopyright for the Published Verision article belongs to Springer. This is accepted postprint author-versionen
description.abstractThe strength enhancement of non-oxide structural ceramics (carbides, borides etc) has always been a major challenge. To this end, the effect of pre-oxidation on strength of silicon carbide with ground surface, machined using diamond wheels with varying grit sizes of 127m, 64 m, 42 m, 32 m, was investigated. The experimental results showed that the room temperature strength of ground specimens was improved because both grinding-induced-cracks and pre-existing surface flaws were healed during oxidation in air. After heat-treating, the strength measurements indicated a constant value of about 470 MPa, independent of the surface condition. Moreover, the strength remained almost constant up to 14000C, when the ground specimen was heat-treated at 15000C for 50h in air.en
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language.isoen-
publisherSpringeren
subjectSilicon carbideen
subjectPre-oxidationen
subjectCrack-healingen
subjectStrengthen
subjectGrindingen
titleOxidation-induced strengthening in ground silicon carbideen
typeArticleen
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