JSME International Journal Series A Solid Mechanics and Material Engineering
Online ISSN : 1347-5363
Print ISSN : 1344-7912
ISSN-L : 1344-7912
Evaluation of Design Strength and Residual Stress in Ceramic/Metal Joint
Sun Chul HUHWon Jo PARKSung Ho PARK
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2006 Volume 49 Issue 1 Pages 48-52


Since the ceramic has excellent qualities in light weight, abrasion resistance and heat resistance etc, compared with the metal, it has been actively examined in order to apply for the structures such as gas turbine and turbo charger etc, which require high strength and heat resistance. But it is not desirable to be used for the structural material since the ceramic is fragile, so the join with the metal with abundant toughnees has been studied. However, during the cooling process, the joint residual stress develops on the ceramic/metal joint by the difference in thermal expansion coefficient between two materials and it affects the bending strength significantly. Also, in order to use the joint material as the structural material, the study about the fatigue of thermal cycle of actual use statement is necessary. Therefore, to ensure security and improvement of the bending strength of joint material, the state of residual stress distribution to the high temperature-thermal cycle, and studied the effects of thermal cycle and state of residual stress distribution on the strength of joint material as well.

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