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Transverse and longitudinal crushing of aluminum-foam filled tubes
Al-foam filled and empty tubes of aluminum, brass and titanium were compression tested laterally. The specific energy absorption in filled tubes increased greatly in terms of percentages, and was greatest in aluminum tubes. ...
Stress wave propagation effects in two- and three-layered composite materials
(SAGE Publications, 2004)
Multilayer materials consisting of ceramic and glass/epoxy composites have been subjected to high strain rate compression testing using the Split Hopkinson Pressure Bar. The samples were extensively strain gaged so that ...
Calcined and natural frustules filled epoxy matrices: The effect of volume fraction on the tensile and compression behavior
The effects of calcined diatom (CD) and natural diatom (ND) frustules filling (0–12 vol.%) on the quasistatic tensile and quasi-static and high strain rate compression behavior of an epoxy matrix were investigated ...
Foam glass processing using a polishing glass powder residue
The foaming behavior of a powder residue/waste of a soda-lime window glass polishing facility was investigated at the temperatures between 700 and 950 °C. The results showed that the foaming of the glass powder started at ...
Effects of compaction pressure and particle shape on the porosity and compression mechanical properties of sintered Ti6Al4V powder compacts for hard tissue implantation
(Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2007)
Sintered Ti6Al4V powder compacts potentially to be used in implant applications were prepared using commercially available spherical and angular powders (100-200 mum) within the porosity range of 34-54%. Cylindrical green ...