JECTC  Vol.8 No.3 , September 2018
Failure Stress Energy Formula
Abstract: Goal: In the process of exploitation of ceramic composites often we encounter not only high mechanical stresses but also thermal loads and air-thermal shocks. These loads are transformed into failure/rupture stress energy, when strength of work-pieces is less than loads, which develops pluck from the crack top, resulting in destruction of objects. Considering such extreme operation conditions computation of energies which contribute to materials catastrophe seems rather interesting. Method: The formula parameters were selected on the basis of study and generalization of micro- and macro-mechanical characteristics of ceramic materials. Results: The formula covers the process of creation of energies as a result of mechanical and thermal loads affecting the work-piece and analyses of mechanisms of impact of these energies on the cracks existing in the material; results of energies affecting the existing cracks as a result of such loads and results of starting of mechanisms of spreading of energies developed inside the work piece, which lead material to the catastrophe. Conclusion: On the basis of crack development mechanisms the universal relationship of total energy of the work-piece and its mass was established considering crack developing speed under critical stress conditions. Failure stress energy formula has been offered.
Cite this paper: Kovziridze, Z. (2018) Failure Stress Energy Formula. Journal of Electronics Cooling and Thermal Control, 8, 31-47. doi: 10.4236/jectc.2018.83003.

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