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11. A Novel Multiaxial Wear Tester for Accelerated Testing of Materials
Topic: Ceramics
Published: 12/1/1999
Authors: M C Shen, Stephen M. Hsu, John A Tesk, A Christou
Abstract: A versatile wear tester has been designed and built. The initial study showed that that with this tester, tes procedures can be developed to achieve clinically relevant simulations in a short time. With the continuously monitored force traces, this ...

12. A Novel Test Method for Measuring Mechanical Properties at the Small-Scale: The Theta Specimen
Topic: Ceramics
Published: 9/1/2005
Authors: George David Quinn, Edwin R. Fuller, Dan Xiang, Ajitkumar Jillavenkatesa, L -S Ma, D BEALL Smith

13. A Novel Test Method for Measuring Mechanical Properties at the Small-Scale: The Theta Specimen
Topic: Ceramics
Published: 6/9/2005
Authors: George David Quinn, Lin-Sien H Lum, Dan Xiang, Ajitkumar Jillavenkatesa, Li Ma, Douglas T Smith
Abstract: A test method has been developed for measuring mechanical properties of material structures at the small-scale. Round or hexagonal rings are compressed vertically on their ends thereby creating a uniform tension stress in a horizontal crossbar that ...

14. A Port of the NIST Structural Ceramics Database Version 3.0 to the World Wide Web (WebSCD)
Topic: Ceramics
Published: 6/1/1998
Authors: E F. Begley, R G Munro
Abstract: The NIST WWW Structural Ceramics Database (WebSCD available at: http://www.ceramics.nist.gov/srd/scd/scdquery.htm) provides evaluated materials property data for a wide range of advanced ceramics known variously as structural ceramics, engineering ce ...

15. A Predictive Ionization Cross Section Model for Inorganic Molecules
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 6768
Topic: Ceramics
Published: 7/1/2001
Author: John W Hastie
Abstract: To resolve a long-standing lack of experimental data for electron impact ionization cross sections for inorganic molecules, or the availability of a reliable predictive method, we have developed a modified classical model. The model relies on the k ...

16. A Re-Examination of a Specific Surface Area Research Material
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Author: Dennis Brooke Minor
Abstract: Specific surface area(SSA) analysis is one of the most common, quick, and inexpensive techniques used in analytical laboratories to characterize a variety of solid materials using a variety of gases. The technique is not labor intensive, can yield re ...

17. A Report on the 1999 American Crystallographic Association (ACA) Annual Meeting
Topic: Ceramics
Published: Date unknown
Author: Winnie K Wong-Ng
Abstract: The 1999 ACA Annual meeting took place at the Buffalo convention center, New York, from May 22 to 27. This meeting was held in conjucntion with the American Association for Crystal Growth. A brief description of the scientific and social program of ...

18. A Standard Reference Material for Vickers Hardness of Ceramics and Hardmetals
Topic: Ceramics
Published: 12/29/2004
Authors: George David Quinn, R J. Gettings, L K Ives

19. A Study of the Packing Density and Molecular Orientation of Bimolecular Self-Assembled Monolayers of Aromatic and Aliphatic Organosilanes on Silica
Topic: Ceramics
Published: 4/12/2007
Authors: M B Smith, K Efimenko, Daniel A Fischer, S E Lappi, P E Kilpatrick, Jan Genzer
Abstract: Bimolecular self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) of aromatic and aliphatic chlorosilanes were self-assembled onto silica and their characteristics were established by contact angle measurement, near-edge X-ray adsorption fine structure spectroscopy, and ...

20. A Universal Relation for Edge Chipping From Sharp Contacts in Brittle Materials and It's Use as a Simple Means of Toughness Evaluation
Topic: Ceramics
Published: 11/24/2006
Authors: Herzl Chai, Brian Ronald Lawn
Abstract: An analysis of chipping fracture in brittle solids is presented. Cracks are introduced into the edges of selected materials, including soda-lime glass and fine-grain ceramics, using a Vickers indenter in monotonic loading. The ensuing chip morpholo ...

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