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Extra resources for Advances in Joining of Ceramics: Proceedings of the symposium held at the 104th Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic Society, April 28-May1, 2002 in ... Transactions (Ceramic Transactions Series)
The crack kink angle is shown as a h c t i o n of equivalent stress intensity factor for a S a y e r joint, for 5 different layer thicknesses. It is apparent that a dramatic transition in behavior occurs for fayer thicknesses between 2 and 3 mm.
The dotted curve of “Diffusion 70%”means that the contribution of diffusiond mechanisms (interface and volume diffusion) is 70% to the total bonding rate, The solid curve with an asterisk (named as “equi-contributivecurve”) means creep :diffusion = 50 :50 in the contribution to the total bonding rate, The time contour curve for each bonding time t gives the bond-ratio S achieved in the bonding time t. It has been accepted in the general diffusion bonding that the dominant bonding (void shrinkage) mechanism gradually changes from creep deformation to diffusion as S increases.
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